Shadow Blade RT review

I finally got a copy of the February RT, and flipped to see my color ad (back cover, yea!) and the text of my review.  I thought I’d share it with y’all since I rarely toot my own horn but this sure made me giggly:

“Glass’ latest seizes the reader’s attention and holds it captive. The author cunningly and masterfully injects details about gods who supervise and/or orchestrate what happens in the lives of humans, immortals and beings in between. The suspense is almost overwhelming, the intense action palpable. Glass creates a story you’ll want to keep reading, even when there are no more pages.”

The next high moment will definitely be holding the book in my hot little hands.  (insert evil laugh)

Shadow Chase cover

Thanks to Google alerts, I found who has the cover (in grayscale) of book two of the Shadowchasers series, Shadow Chase. You can see the cover here.  Soon as I get the full size color version, I’ll be sure to post it here.

I’ll also be posting an excerpt and further information as soon as I can.   Meanwhile, head on over to and check out the gorgeous cover, and check out the back cover copy below:

In a job like this, one mistake can cost you everything.

As a Shadowchaser, Kira Solomon has been trained to serve the Light, dispatch the Fallen, and prevent the spread of chaos. It’s a deadly job, and Kira knows the horror of spilling innocent blood. But now she has a new role, as the Hand of Ma’at, the Egyptian Goddess of Truth and Order, and an assignment that might just redeem her.

A fellow Shadowchaser has gone missing, and so has a unique artifact imbued with astonishing magic. Unless the Vessel of Nun is returned, it will cause destruction beyond anything the modern world has seen. Kira’s got a team at her back, including Khefar, a near-immortal Nubian warrior who’s already died for her once. But as complicated as her feelings for him are, they’re nothing compared to the difficulties of the task she faces. And the only way to defeat the enemy at hand is to trust in a power she can barely control, and put her life—and her soul—on the line.