Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Book Recommendations from the Staff of WH

February 16-19th 2012

Welcome to the Wiccan Haus Blog Stop. Here we will give you the book recommendations from those at the Wiccan Haus. As you can imagine their recommendations lean towards the Paranormal imprint of Thalia.

Sarka Rowan (co owner of the Wiccan Haus) likes her books dark. Her picks are The Inheritance by R.S. Ramdial, The Red Girl by Luke Walker and any book that has Vampire Killing is a good book for her The Disciple by Jemma Chase tops her list.

Cyrus Rowan(co owner of the Wiccan Haus) likes his books with Serial Killers and Murders. He recommends Maniac by Patrick Whittaker, Above Hadis Notch by Keith Pyeatt and The Thing Down the Road by T.L. Smith.

Sage Rowan (co owner of the Wiccan Haus) likes it all from dark women's lit to lite romance and recommends Annabel Horton The Lost Witch of Salem by Vera Jane Cook, She Walks the Shore by Lisa Greer and The Handsomest Prince By Cindi Meyers.

Cemil Rowan(co owner of the Wiccan Haus) likes his reading both spicy and intriguing, recommends Prodigal by A.M. Arthur, The Jackal Dreaming by J.A. Caselberg and Pygmalion Unbound by Sam Kepfield.

Rekkus (head of Security for the Wiccan Haus) likes short stories that he can read when he has a second of down time. Recommends Identity Thief by Milo James Fowler and the Penumbra eMag.

Dana Recommends House and Garden by Deb Victoroff and Shaala, Made of Stone by Marshiela Rochwell.

Myron Recommends Day Dreamer by Devin Hodgins and Goldie by KC Shaw.

Trixie recommends The Coffee House By Lauren Hunter When Josie Comes Home A.E. Stanton *Gini Koch*.

Huge list I know :)


Look through the list of books and tell us which staff member you most connect with reading style wise. 2 Lucky winners will win a copy of Shifting Hearts The Wiccan Haus Book 1 and A Wiccan Haus Medalian *Sorry US residents only for the Medalian, non us residents may choose the book of their choose from the staff member they related too*

Shifting Hearts

Sometimes it takes losing everything to find the one thing you need.

The last of his kind…

Rekkus is the last of the great Black Tiger weres and he is happy to stay that way. Working as security for the Wiccan Haus, a magical spa for inner healing, he has enough danger – and women – to keep him busy. Unfortunately, the Fates are not content with him being comfortable.

Alone and discouraged…

Dana has walked away from all she has known, her fiancĂ©, family, apartment, and job. Now, having a ticket to the Wiccan Haus may be the only way she can move on. But what she finds isn’t what she expects, nor is it what she thought she was looking for.

Meet the unusual residents of the Wiccan Haus. The staff can get a little hairy and not all of the guests eat what’s served in the dining hall. But the proprietors always do what they can to make the resort into a place of healing and peace, using all of their years of practice. At the Haus, where humans and Paras reside side-by-side, everyone in need of the Rowan siblings’ services are welcome.


Thank you for hopping by and please keep hopping for more chances to win.


  1. Oh no. I want all of these reads. LOL. Don't worry about the prize. Give it to someone else and I'm in the UK anyway, but I'm glad I stopped by (or may not -- mountainous TBR pile looming).

  2. Wow, that's a lot of books to read! Sound interesting, too. I'm thinking Trixie and I share tastes, because When Josie Comes Home sounds like the kind of story I would enjoy. Thanks for the hop. It's a fun way to spend a morning.

  3. A lot of great picks. I can't pick one person either. Just popping in to say hey :) This hop has been awesome! I will get a few added for sure.

  4. I have read several of the WH picks - and LOVED them all! I have to say I am most looking forward to the next Wiccan Haus books to come. LOVED Shifting Hearts so much and can't wait to see what the next authors do with the world!

  5. I have to say this about the staff and residents at the Wiccan Haus. They have great taste in books! I'm admiring my Wiccan Haus medallion right now, and we all know I've spent plenty of time lusting after Rekkus, so keep my name out of the contest so someone else has a chance to win and enjoy these great prizes!

  6. I want to spend a weekend at that Wiccan Haus. No - I want to live forever in that Wiccan Haus. Stock it with those Musa books (start with The Eastwick collection) and I'll be happy. Some donuts every morning would be nice too... anyway, can't linger. Hopping off to the next blog. This is a great way to see what everyone is doing!

  7. Now this sounds my speed of book. So many to choose from here I guess I am closest to Sage.

  8. Well, I've heard fabulous things about so many of these books and I love reading different genres, but generally my reading tastes are closest to Sage's. :-)

  9. This was a great idea for a blog hop, Dom!

  10. The recommendations look wonderful. I recently read The Red Girl and loved it. Now I can add many more to my To Be Read list.

    Also, thanks to Cyrus Rowan for recommending my novel, Above Haldis Notch.

  11. Stopped by to have a look and show my support. :)

  12. I'm thinking Rekkus and I have the most in common reading wise. I like things I can put down and pick up and want to pick up again :) Love the little pretty being offere! So cute!

    Stephanie Beck

  13. Myron & Trixie....

  14. i have most in common with Sarka Rowan i'm a vampire girl and i like dark stories.

    <3, Terri Dion

  15. I think probably Sage because she recommended the Lost Witch of Salem and I am reading it now and loving it. That being said, I have been eyeing the Coffee House for a while and that was on a different list. I found a whole new batch of books for my TBR list! Thanks so much!


  16. What a great list of recommendations. Thanks Wiccan Haus.

  17. Even though I'm primarily a romance reader (as I'm very big on at least a HFN ending vs. the bittersweet variety), I have to say that Cemil Rowan's picks sounded the most interesting to me. The description "likes his books both spicy and intriguing" drew me first. And, I don't normally pick up a book that doesn't have at least 50K words and two of his picks were longer. AND they definitely sounded intriguing. Thanks for the peeks, Cemil!

  18. Thanks Cyrus, for the serial killer nod. I didn't get over here until today, but have it saved to my favorites now.

  19. I'd have to go with Sage's picks :) And of course Shifting Hearts is da bomb!

  20. I haven't read any of these but they r right up my alley :D