Triumph of Chaos (Red Magic #3)
by Jen McConnel
Publication Date: March 8, 2016
After the disaster in Europe, Darlena’s starting to get desperate. She knows the only way to
defeat Hecate and the other crazy Red Gods is by banding together with other Witches, but is it any wonder she has a hard time trusting them?
With Izzy’s support, Darlena begins making fragile strides toward repairing the mess she made,
but she just can’t catch a break. As chaos runs rampant around her, Darlena begins to think that things would be better if she’d never become a Red Witch in the first place. But there’s no way to change the past…is there?
The final book in the Red Magic series brings Darlena face to face with impossible odds, and a
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Red Magic Series:
Daughter of Chaos (Red Magic #1):
Gods of Chaos (Red Magic #2):
Triumph of Chaos (Red Magic #3):
A Michigander by birth, Jen McConnel now makes her home in the beautiful state of North Carolina. She writes NA, including the recently released Adventures Abroad series (Bloomsbury Spark), the award winning YA novel Beautiful Curse (Swoon Romance), and various other works. When she isn’t writing, she can be found on her yoga mat or wandering off on another adventure. Once upon a time, she was a middle school teacher, a librarian, and a bookseller, but those are stories for another time. Visit www.JenMcConnel.com to learn more!
***Official Music Playlist***
I’ve never really been able to listen to music while I write, but since I do some of my best thinking when I’m out for a run, I thought I’d share my current playlist that puts a spring in my step and helps me unlock writer’s block.
“Don’t Stop Me Know”—Queen (I will always, always love Queen; they were the soundtrack for much of my college years, and when I downloaded this song, it took me right back to late night study sessions and parties with my besties.)
“Three Little Birds” –Bob Marley (I know it’s kind of slow, but I borrowed this song from my yoga playlist, and it makes for a nice cool down.)
“Blank Space”—Taylor Swift (Actually, anything on the 1989 album is perfect for running, and I get a lot of inspiration for my NA books from Taylor.)
“Roar”—Katy Perry (Because seriously, this song is made for running…and pushing through obstacles.)
“Best Day of My Life” –American Authors (This song puts a spring in my step and a smile on my face, even when I’m ready to drop.)
“Fortuosity”—From Disney’s Happiest Millionaire (My show-tune loving adolescent drama queen is still alive and well inside my heart, and there are a lot of strange musical numbers that make me happy when I’m pounding the pavement. This song is my current favorite.)
There are a LOT more songs on my running playlist, but that’s a pretty good sample of the kind of tunes that get me grooving and smiling. What’s your go-to song for writing or running?
Giveaway Information: Contest ends March 25, 2016
- Five (5) winners will receive a digital copy of Triumph of Chaos (Red Magic #3) by Jen McConnel (INT)