Feel free to skip my comments, below, to get directly to the reading, followed by details of the book from which the reading was taken. This episode of Story Time comes to you from my own short story, Under A Hunter’s Moon, the first of several in the Shadows Over Seattle: Prequels series. Each story can be read on it’s own, but might reference events from other stories in the collection. Each of these stories explores events in the lives of some of the characters who’ll be appearing in my first novel, Of Wolves & Men: Shadows Over Seattle Book One. I don’t have a release time-table for this book. So, why not check out this sample reading from the story that started it all?

Title: Series: Rating: Author: Format(s): Pages: Description: Nite Fire: Flash Point Nite Fire 9.8/10 C. L. Schneider eBook, Paperback, Hardcover, Audiobook 400 Not all things born in the shadows are meant to be pulled into the light. Slated for execution, shapeshifting assassin, Dahlia Nite, flees her world to hide in the human realm. As payment for the shelter they unknowingly provide, Dahlia dedicates herself to protecting humans from what truly lives in the shadows. Moving from town to town, she hunts the creatures that threaten an unsuspecting human race; burying the truth that could destroy them all. But the shadows are shifting. The lies are adding up. And when Sentinel City is threatened by a series of bizarre brutal murders, light is shed on what

Title: Series: Rating: Author: Format(s): Pages: Description: A Thousand Faces A Thousand Faces: Book 1 8.7/10 Janci Patterson eBook, Paperback 292 In her debut YA science fiction novel, Janci Patterson presents a thriller that #1 NYT bestseller James Dashner calls “a fantastic book” and #1 NYT bestseller Brandon Sanderson calls “hands down one of my favorite novels of the year.” In the world of high-stakes espionage, it pays to be able to change your face. And that’s just what sixteen-year-old Jory and her family of shape-shifting spies can do—alter their faces and bodies to look like anyone. Jory is in training to be a full member of the family business—when she can convince her parents to let her help with their elaborate cons. But when