My Books

These are my babies… I mean, my books. More are coming (books, not babies), so keep checking. Better yet, subscribe and receive 3 FREE books!

If you post a rating for one of the first four Society for Paranormals books, let me know and I’ll send you a free short story that gives background information and secrets not revealed in the main series!

Christmas Lites III

Christmas Lites III

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Series: Christmas Lites, Book 3
And we're back again, for another fun-filled, charity-supporting collection of Christmas-related stories. From the paranormal to the peculiar, from romance to thriller, you'll find it all in this collection.  More info →
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Christmas Lites VI

Christmas Lites VI

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Series: Christmas Lites, Book 6
Magic creatures want to wish you a Merry Christmas. The Fae sprinkle their fairy dust to ensure your light never fades. Assassins and adventures alike keep the spirit of life alive. Even the mob brings their family to the dinner table for glorious feasts. Feel the magic of the season, the spirit of giving, the love of friends and family. Discover bright new worlds, blood-pumping adventures, true love and heartbreak as you explore the stories inside these covers. So get ready to enjoy a diversity of stories and styles, knowing that as you do, you are helping those in need. All proceeds go to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. More info →
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18 comments on “My Books
  1. Tammy Harold says:

    When can I get Book 7?? Have read the others and am addicted!!

  2. These books are fabulous! With tongue firmly in cheek, Mrs. Beatrice Knight bravely and cheerfully researches oddities, fights monsters and always manages to keep her Victorian unflappability. A treat to read, and as addictive as the cream cakes at a tea party – you just have to reach for another one (and another, and another…)!

    • Vered says:

      Hi Wanda – I’m so glad you enjoyed the books. Let me know if you are able to leave any reviews. I give away short stories for reviews of the first four books, because every review really is important!

      Cheers

      Vered

  3. Renee w Castor says:

    I enjoyed your paranormal society series and look forward to the next book. Weaving mythological lore with historical time periods are among my favorite stories as well as strong female heroines. Among recommending books the “Parasol Protectorate ” is another similar series I have enjoyed. While I am American the lore of our Irish decent was taught to us and a song belief to never dismiss it as complete fantasy, that all legends grow from a seed of truth. This I am sure is why I am drawn to stories written in that manner. Keep up the good work and I look forward to your next book.

  4. Frank Palermo says:

    Just finished the Beatrice Knight books – good fun. A little steampunk thrown in as well as a heroine I could fall for if I were living at the right time and the right country!
    I’m keeping an eye open for Book 7.
    Keep it up 🙂

  5. Maria says:

    I stumbled across Ghosts of Tsavo in related reads in one of the books I was reading. It was free so I thought what the hey. Absolutely loved it! Really addictive and can’t wait for the next one.

  6. Barbara Leskie says:

    Where can I get Murder for Tea

    • Vered says:

      Hi Barbara – Murder for Tea will be released mid this year. If you want to know the exact date, the best thing is to sign up to my newsletter. You get a few free stories as a bonus, and you’ll be the first to know when the next book is launched.

  7. Dee Dodge says:

    I love your books, they are so much fun. I can’t wait for the new series to come out. Keep me posted!

  8. Mira says:

    Looking forward to the Cozy Tea Shoppe mysteries!

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