Eleven years ago, atheist Malcolm Romero met a god. Now he’s a demon-hunting voodoo priest armed with a holy machete named Hounacier.
After the murder of his mentor, Malcolm returns to New Orleans to catch the killer. But more is at stake when he finds himself betrayed, and his holy blade stolen. Now Malcolm’s only hope to save his soul and to recover Hounacier, is the Valducan knight sent to kill him, Matt Hollis, the wielder of the holy revolver Dämoren.
HOUNACIER is Book Two of the VALDUCAN SERIES.
2016 APA Audie Finalist for Best Paranormal Audiobook
AudioFile Magazine Earphones Award Winner
“Narrator R.C. Bray lends his expertise to this darker entry in the Valducan series, which features demon-hunting knights in New Orleans… Tension builds steadily as the stakes increase and Bray keeps listeners on the edge of their seats.” (AudioFile)
“If you enjoyed book one, don’t hesitate to continue on. Recommended.” (AudioBook Reviewer)
2 thoughts on “Hounacier”
Dear Mr. Skorkowsky,
A friend suggested your YouTube Channel to me a while back, and I’m really enjoying watching all your call of cthulhu adventure reviews. When I found out you’re also a writer, I bought Dämoren as an e-book in Google Books. I am just finishing the last pages of it.
I was wondering: how much of the ebook price goes to you as the author? And does it matter at which company I purchase the ebook in respect to how much you earn from it?
I ask this because I would like to maximize the amount you earn from Hounacier when I buy the ebook. If there was a way to purchase it directly from you I would.
I hope you find the time to answer my question. Thank you in advance and thanks a lot for the awesome time I had reading Dämoren.
All the best,
I’m glad you’ve enjoyed Dämoren enough to pick up Hounacier. As far as which ebook distributor doesn’t really matter all that much. Just go with whichever place you normally buy your ebooks. What will make a big difference is ratings and/or reviews on Goodreads, Amazon, and the like. Those help a lot. So if you enjoyed Dämoren, please leave a review or simply a rating, and I’ll be grateful. Otherwise, hope you enjoy Book II.
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