The Potions and Midlife Notions Bundle – Leah R Cutter
As an older woman, I find that I seek out stories that are told about people like me. Fortunately, there's an entire genre of these sorts of stories. It's called Paranormal Woman's Fiction.
Now, a lot of these books are romances. For me, that isn't a selling point. I much prefer for the stories I read to merely have romantic elements, and perhaps a slow building romance that occurs over several books.
So what else do you have?
All of these books focus more on the mysteries that these older women have been forced into. Or voluntarily stepped into, depending. They have resources that younger women don't have. They don't care as much about what other think. Instead, they get things done.
And the acts described in these books will astound and delight you.
I really enjoyed diving into this genre with both feet. It was so thrilling to me to be offered Throwing Shade by Deborah Wilde, as that had been one of the first books I'd read in the genre.
Another book that I'd already read was Jennifer Stevenson's Coed Demon Sluts Amanda. I mean, who doesn't want to live to the ripe old age of 98 and then get another chance at life?
There's a lawyer thrown into the mix, with Murder Casts a Spell, which is a fun take on the legal side of things in a world where magic exists. Then there's The Case of the Night Mark from Arizona Tape where we have a private investigator taken from her mundane life into that of magic. And even a bail bondsman, well, hunter, in Lia Davis and L.A. Boruff Bitten in the Midlife.
There are stories that take place in mythical lands, like Rebecca Shelley's The Enchanted Hills. And then there's Ghost of a Chance that is just as fun and chaotic as the real world.
My story follows some of the same lines, about a woman who's entire normal existence is now upended not merely with midlife and menopause but with magic. Books one and two of this series are available as part of this storybundle, The Witch is Inn and To Scratch a Witch. These novels are exclusive to the bundle, and won't be available until sometime next year (with the third novel in the series, Witches and Waterways already finished, and a fourth, Grilled Sand and Witches planned.)
Plus, in addition to all these great novels is a new anthology, part of the Cutter's Final Cut series. Crones. It's all contemporary urban fantasy with older women doing their thing. This anthology is also exclusive to the bundle.
These books should at least momentarily slate your hunger for high-quality paranormal women's fiction. A lot of them are the first books in continuing series, so you should be able to continue reading for quite some time!
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