Azreya, Aztec Priestess: An Illustrated Mythology Legend by Tricia Copeland, Illustrated by Matt Maes

Azreya, Aztec Priestess: An Illustrated Mythology Legend by Tricia Copeland, Illustrated by Matt Maes
Genre – YA, Mythology, Native American
Page Count – 248

At the age of three, Azreya is placed in the care of a shaman, Nukpana, who promises to protect her. Servitude to the man who vowed to keep her dark side from emerging seemed a small price to pay until a special client visits. But Azreya’s inner compass clashes with Nukpana’s wishes and her rage boils over.

With the demon just under the surface, she has no choice but to flee, only to find her own family refuses to take her in. Still unable to stand by and witness her people’s demise, Azreya pursues a quest to enlighten them. She faces many challenges—not the least of which is the monster hiding under her own skin.

Can Azreya control her inner beast and convince her people to break from age-old patterns, or will the Aztecs be vanquished by the enemy?

Journey back in time to unlock the secrets of the Aztec. 

This book contains the manuscript, maps, illustrations as well as bonuses like images of the handmade drawings that were used to create the cover and other images in the book.


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Tricia believes in finding magic. She thinks magic infuses every aspect of our lives, whether it is the magic of falling in love, discovering a new passion, a beautiful sunset, or a book that transports us to another world. An avid runner and Georgia native, Tricia now lives with her family and four-legged friends in Colorado. Find all her titles from contemporary romance and fantasy, to dystopian fiction at


Matt Maes of Quantum Keyhole Studio is a Mythical Painter and Creative Educator. His mission is to enhance the creative aspect in as many lives as possible. He aims to create art for people who share his love of myth and creativity. He’s driven by an urge to pursue joy, excellence, wisdom, and meaningfulness in everyday life, and invites everyone to join in the dance. Some of his favorite ways to share his craft are through festivals, workshops, newsletters, streaming media, live painting, or connecting with new people along his travels. He and his romantic partner, Helena, have created ‘Immersive Art Meditation’, a deeply focused art-centered experience through the lens of guided meditation. He invites you to join in exploring worlds of wonder within the doorways of our spirits.

Author Interview with Tricia Copeland






Piasa (Legends Series Book 3) by Maggie Adams

Piasa (Legends Series Book 3) by Maggie Adams
Genre – Paranormal, romance, native American folklore
Page Count – 157 pages
Cover Designer – Maria Vickers

Delta Malone, shaman, shop owner and unbeknownst to her, destined soulmate of the rarest dragon, is about to embark on the greatest adventure of her life – she will attempt to pit the most powerful vampire against the fiercest dragon in an effort to control her own destiny and prevent the elimination of mankind.
Jackson Thibeadoux, the last of the great Piasa Bird Dragons, has come home to die. Or at least, that what he thinks until he meets the beautiful, soulful, Delta, saves her from an evil sorceress, and realizes she is his fated mate. He knows she has secrets, but it’s nothing he can’t handle, right? After all, he’s the fiercest dragon of all time with the most powerful friends in the shifter world.
But when he learns his soulmate’s secret, it’s up to him and his friends to convince her to throw caution to the wind and damn her destiny in favor of love, or else all of them are doomed.




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International bestselling author Maggie Adams lives in St. Louis, Missouri with her husband, two kids, and four of the sweetest, smartest, and most talented grandchildren ever to grace God’s green earth.  She began writing at a young age, concentrating on creative writing of poetry, short stories, and comics. It wasn’t until she read her first historical romance novel at the age of fourteen that she found the romance genre gave wings to her writing soul. She finds humor in everyday life, as her books often reflect, and believes in happy ever afters, no matter what the circumstances.

Her first novel, Whistlin’ Dixie, debuted in the top 100 of several book lists and made the tiny town of Grafton, Illinois, a reader’s romantic escape. There are five more books available in the series: Leather and Lace, Something’s Gotta Give, Love, Marriage & Mayhem, Forged in Fire, and Cold as Ice. She also released a companion cookbook featuring the recipes from the series as well as tried and true comfort food from generations past entitled, The Coalson Cookbook of Memories.

In addition to the Tempered Steel series, she is the author of the spinoff paranormal romance series, Legends. The first novel, Legends: Catori, garnered her recognition in the USA Today’s Happily Ever After section of Lifestyles. Legends: Kermode, followed in 2019 and Legends: Piasa is coming in 2021 along with the final book, Legends: Amarok, is coming 2022.

In 2019, Maggie also began releasing her over-forty series, Hell on Heels. The first two books in the series, Minx and Jinxed are widely available. Look for Sphynx, the next book in the series, to be released in Fall of 2022.

She has collaborated on several charitable anthologies and has enriched older stories into stand-alone novels, including her women’s erotica bundle, Lustful Legacy.

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Author Interview With Maggie Adams