Daughters of Destiny – Release

Part of the massive box set release for Daughters of Destiny, I’m welcoming Alesha with her stand alone novel today –


Alesha Escobar writes fantasy to support her chocolate habit. She enjoys reading everything from Tolkien and Dante, to the Dresden Files and Hellblazer comics.

She resides in California with her partner-in-crime, Luis Escobar, a 20-year art veteran on The Simpsons television show. Alesha is the author of The Gray Tower Trilogy, an action-packed supernatural spy thriller set in an alternate 1940’s. The trilogy books have hit several bestsellers lists for Historical Fantasy. The Tower’s Alchemist, the first book of the trilogy, is now being adapted to screenplay.

Her upcoming novella, House of Diviners (The Diviners #1), will be released in the limited edition “Daughters of Destiny” box set in March 2017 and as a stand-alone April 10, 2017.


House of Diviners (The Diviners #1)


Release Date – March 15, 2017 (Daughters of Destiny Boxed Set)
April 10, 2017 (stand alone)

Kelsey Jackson Diviner is a shaman–a walker between worlds, a healer and protector.

But when she witnesses a gruesome attack on one of her own, she must become a hunter and track down the monster responsible for disturbing the delicate balance between the human and spirit worlds.

In trying to navigate her day job as a therapist and help pain-in-the-ass ghosts cross over by night, Kelsey draws the attention of a clandestine paranormal society and a mysterious man who calls himself the black dagger god.

Set in modern-day Los Angeles, this urban fantasy unleashes a blend of magic and thrills.

Daughters of Destiny Boxed Set – http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N9HK70E

House of Diviners – http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01NCRME3T

The Gray Tower Trilogy


Be a spy. Save the world.

If only it were that simple.

The Nazis have unleashed occult forces throughout Europe, and the Allies are forced to recruit wizards to help them fight in the streets of Europe and in the shadows.

Among them is the battle weary spy, Isabella George, a Gray Tower dropout trained in Alchemy. Longing for retirement and a life of peace, she accepts one final job-extract a deadly warlock from Nazi occupied France and prevent him from unleashing an alchemical weapon that will devour the continent.

But France is crawling with the Cruenti, vampiric warlocks who feed off other wizards. When things don’t go according to plan, one Cruenti sets his deadly eyes on her.

Plans within plans. Plots versus counter-plots. Heists gone wrong, Vatican wizards, and the greatest manipulation of history that has ever been seen, is just a taste of what Isabella George is in for, in this action-packed supernatural spy thriller.

The Gray Tower Trilogy Box Set: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00WHESTJG


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Email: Alesha@thecreativealchemy.com


In Defense of LitRPG

Great post 🙂 For me, litrpg audiobooks take me back many years, to when I used to do RPG and tabletop 🙂 I don’t think anyone has as much time as they used to, but books, I can do easily.

Fantasy and Anime

After telling a friend about the LitRPG genre, he asked me, “Why would anyone read a book about someone playing a game when they could just play a game themselves?” This friend was a pretty passionate gamer, for a while it was how he made his living, so I could understand why he would ask such a question. But when thinking of an answer I couldn’t give just one, as I was sure different LitRPG fans enjoyed reading it for different reasons.

Reasons I attempted convince him of . . .

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