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Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Armageddon has arrived and the kings of hell are out for her blood - Decimation (Angels & Demons #3) by Tich Brewster

When she rescues a frightened little boy, she gets more than she bargained for. He is the host body for Liehijon and Liehijon is the key to finding Satan.


Published: March 29th, 2016

Armageddon has arrived and the kings of hell are out for Hannah’s blood.

Hannah is the only one that can destroy hell and save the world from destruction. She diligently trains with her father in preparation of her final battle with evil. The task of slaying demons in the few short months that she’s been a Devada has changed her — she’s no longer the scared, innocent girl she once was.

When she rescues a frightened little boy, she gets more than she bargained for. He is the host body for Liehijon and Liehijon is the key to finding Satan.


I don’t have the traditional office that sits at the back of the house away from the noise with a door that closes and locks. My office is set up in what is actually the family room (or second living room) and there are absolutely no doors to shut off the noises from the kids. This can be very distracting when I’m busy writing but at the same time I have five kids that need my attention. 

I think of writing as a job. The reason? If you think of writing as just a hobby then you are only writing occasionally, or whenever the urge to write hits. Thinking of it as a job and planning my days accordingly helps me to keep the creative juices flowing, resulting in daily writing and publishing more often. My daily goal is to write at least 1000 words a day. Some days I just barely make that word count and other days I go well beyond it. I work for an hour or two and then take a ten-minute break to stretch my legs and give my eyes time to rest from the screen. 

When I sit down to start a new book. I like to plan out the basic story on paper. I grab one of my many notebooks and a pencil then begin mapping out my story. I start by giving my main characters a name and a brief description of appearances and likes and dislikes. When I decide on a city I like to google a map so I have an idea of streets and maybe a few surroundings. The next thing I like to do is write a paragraph or two describing the key points for the beginning of the book, a paragraph or two to describe the key points for the middle, and I do the same for the ending key points. By the time I’m done with this process, I’ve usually filled up an extra three or four pages with notes. These notes may consist of a dancing scene I want to take place somewhere during the book or a fighting scene, etc. I also get a lot of ideas while in the shower, I love to talk out these ideas to help get a good visual…and yes, those get added to the notebook as well.

About the author:
Tich is an Oklahoma resident and the mother of five. Her passion for reading started at an early age when her Aunt Vicky gave her the novel Heidi for Christmas. She didn't start writing until middle school, after being inspired by her best friend's short stories. "Genny's stories weren't just great but they inspired me to put my pen and paper to good use." Tich never thought of publishing her works until working with Teresa on the Royal Blood series.

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kim hansen said...

The word Armageddon. Books with that word get me reading.

Stephanie LaPlante said...

This book sounds super awesome!! I love intense and supernatural!

Jan Lee said...

I'm intrigued by the fact there's a little boy that gets rescued. What happens then? Does he grow up? What does the girl do while he's growing, if he is? I guess I'll have to read the book to find out :)

Judy Thomas said...

I'm intrigued by the plot, it sounds awesome.

Unknown said...

The storyline sounds great .

LauraJJ said...

Oh this book sounds so good! I cannot wait to read and find out what happens with Hannah and the little boy she rescues...and if she is able to save the world!

Richard Brandt said...

I'm intrigued by the title. It's been my experience that most people don't understand what the word "decimation" actually means.

Unknown said...

The summary completely grabbed me! Definitely on my to-read list. :)

Unknown said...

Anything involving angels and demons has me hooked!! :)

Unknown said...

I really enjoyed the description. I'm looking forward to learning more about the book. Thank you.

Dan Denman said...

The plot of this book sounds great! I think that I will like the characters in the story!

Bridgett Wilbur said...

I just love the plot and would love to read this book.

Audrey Stewart said...

I have enjoyed this entire post, so I know I'd enjoy this book. A must read on my summer TBR list. (jozywails@gmail.com)