Secrets of Savannah Sacrifice (Secret #5)

All right… It’s post #5!!!

For those of you who haven’t followed: For the last four weeks, I have been giving readers a song and a secret about the book!

Savannah Sacrifice carries many, many secrets. Some of the secrets are fun, some are deliciously wicked, but guaranteed you will love them all! So, grab a seat, remember to follow (and put in for the giveaways) and get ready to learn more about Savannah Sacrifice!

Please feel free to leave me a comment. And if you’ve read the book and it has made you think of a song (or something equally amazing), leave me a comment! I will be stopping by each stop, and I will post each participating entry on my Facebook/Twitter page!

(You can learn other secrets about Savannah Sacrifice by checking out last week’s post!)

So have fun!

Today’s Secret: There is a Latin prayer that takes place: Spiritus, convenientibus terra viventium. Restitue animam et corpus. Benedictus in sæcula. Gratia. Misericordia. Amor.

Roughly translated it means: Spirit, join the land of the living. Restore the body and the soul. Blessed forever. Love. Grace. Compassion.

(I don’t want to spoil anything for you following along!)

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Today’s Song: If there is one song that would be “Starling’s Song” My Immortal would fit the bill. Starling was an incredible character to create. In trying to empathize with her struggles I would listen to this song while writing.

 

Thank you for all the love and support. I hope you enjoyed learning about some of the secrets of Savannah Sacrifice!

Danica Winters

Secrets of Savannah Sacrifice (Secret #4)

All right… It’s post #4!!!

For those of you who haven’t followed: For the next four weeks, I will be giving readers a song and a secret about the book!

Savannah Sacrifice carries many, many secrets. Some of the secrets are fun, some are deliciously wicked, but guaranteed you will love them all! So, grab a seat, remember to follow (and put in for the giveaways) and get ready to learn more about Savannah Sacrifice!

Please feel free to leave me a comment. And if you’ve read the book and it has made you think of a song (or something equally amazing), leave me a comment! I will be stopping by each stop, and I will post each participating entry on my Facebook/Twitter page!

(You can learn other secrets about Savannah Sacrifice by checking out last week’s post!)

So have fun!

Today’s Secret: Asclepius’s confession about his history, in which Zeus kills him for the resurrection of Hippolytus, is true. Artemis paid Asclepius to raise her lover. You can learn more here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asclepius

Epione and Asclepius were married in Greek mythology. They had nine children together: six daughters and three sons.

Figure 1-3: The Character reference for Epione and images of Asclepius

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Figure 4: Asclepius’s Temple (Cos, Greece)

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Today’s Song: You are going to love this song! I don’t think it needs much in the way of introduction, but it certainly epitomizes Asclepius and his wife.

(I Got a Woman, Ray Charles)

I am looking forward to seeing you at the next stop!

Thank you for all the love and support,

Danica Winters

Secrets of Savannah Sacrifice (Secret #2)

All right… It’s post #2 in the secrets blog series!!!

For those of you who haven’t followed: For the next four weeks, I will be giving readers a song and a secret about the book!

Savannah Sacrifice carries many, many secrets. Some of the secrets are fun, some are deliciously wicked, but guaranteed you will love them all! So, grab a seat, remember to follow (and put in for the giveaways) and get ready to learn more about Savannah Sacrifice!

Please feel free to leave me a comment. And if you’ve read the book and it has made you think of a song (or something equally amazing), leave me a comment! I will be stopping by each stop, and I will post each participating entry on my Facebook/Twitter page!

(You can learn other secrets about Savannah Sacrifice by checking out last week’s post!)

So have fun!

This Week’s Secret:

The Bonaventure Cemetery, a major setting in Savannah Sacrifice, is reported to be one of the most haunted places in the entire country. While researching the book, I came across a few pictures of one of their reported ‘ghosts.’ My favorite, a ghostly dog, made an appearance in the book at the side of with my other favorite ghost*, Gracie Watson!

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Today’s Song:

Today’s song is a bit darker than the last post, but it was a key song when I started looking for characters to build and weave into the story. I loved the line: “Only one sure way to bring the giant down…”

From there it was easy to write a story about enlisting ghosts in bringing down an enemy!

Here’s a lighter one! I hope it makes you tap your foot! J

 

I am looking forward to seeing you next week!

Thank you for all the love and support,

Danica Winters

 

Secrets of Savannah Sacrifice (Secret #1)

I have had many readers email and message me about the newest release in the Nymph Series, Savannah Sacrifice, most have been wondering about the Latin inscriptions and the secrets that I weave into the story. As a special thanks to my readers and fans (and those who’ve reached out) I’m going to be doing a five part blog event in which I will share secret about the book and a song that has inspired or reflects the story!

Savannah Sacrifice (like it predecessors) carries many, many secrets. Some of the secrets are fun, some are deliciously wicked, but guaranteed you will love them all! So, grab a seat, remember to follow my blog and get ready to learn more about Savannah Sacrifice!

Please feel free to leave me a comment. And if you’ve read the book and it has made you think of a song (or something equally amazing), leave me a comment! I will be stopping by each stop, and I will post each participating entry on my Facebook/Twitter page!

So have fun!

Today’s Secret: In the book there is an evil ghost named Edward. This was the photo I used in creating his character. He just looks like a pain in the neck, doesn’t he?

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Bonus Secret*: Three covers were created for this book. Select members of my Street Team (Join the Team here!) were asked to vote on their favorite cover. In the end, their vote trumped mine and the favored cover was selected! They did a stupendous job! Thank you to my most devoted fans!

 

Today’s Song:

A major theme in Savannah Sacrifice was the mood and soul of the South. You will notice that this song (Rock Me Baby) is mentioned in the book! I hope you love this song as much as I do!

I am looking forward to seeing you next week for another secret!

Thank you for all the love and support,

Danica Winters