Argh Author: Deborah Blake’s Wickedly Unraveled

Our own Deb Blake is is the author of the Baba Yaga Series from Berkley (Wickedly DangerousWickedly Wonderful, Wickedly Powerful), the Broken Rider Series, and has published nine books on modern witchcraft with Llewellyn Worldwide. Her latest novel, Wickedly Unraveled, is out now. Oh and there’s this from Deb: “I’m doing a huge giveaway over on my blog to celebrate. Check out all the goodies! There’s even a Fire tablet. So hurry on over to http://deborahblake.blogspot.comto enter.”

And now, more about Wickely Unraveled . . .

Barbara Yager is used to traveling alone as she tends to her duties as a Baba Yaga. She sometimes brings Babs, the adopted daughter she is training, but her sheriff husband stays behind. This trip, though, she has made an exception. After all, the task seems so simple, and shouldn’t take long to accomplish. When it is done, the three of them can indulge in a long-overdue family vacation. What could it hurt?

Quite a lot, as it turns out. What Barbara thought was a minor problem ends in a violent magical confrontation she never expected. The resulting backlash sends them all into a warped timeline where Barbara and Liam never got together, and only Barbara and nine-year-old Babs remember the truth. Liam is still trapped in his grief and all the good they’ve done together in the past few years has come undone. 

Even worse, her Baba Yaga sisters, Beka and Bella, don’t believe her, and the wicked Brenna is still out there, planning who knows what kind of mischief. The children stolen by the rusalka Maya are trapped in the Otherworld and she is loose in this one and up to no good. It is up to Barbara, Babs, and their faithful dragon-dog companion Chudo-Yudo to knit together the unraveled timeline and make things right again, before it is too late and Barbara loses her one true love forever.

Find Deb’s books at Barnes & Noble |Amazon |Kobo|iTunes|Amazon Print

Also, there’s lots to know about Deb. When not writing, she runs The Artisans’ Guild, a cooperative shop she founded with a friend in 1999, and also works as a jewelry maker, tarot reader, and energy healer. She lives in a 120-year-old farmhouse in rural upstate New York with three cats who supervise all her activities, both magical and mundane. Find out even more about Deb at the links below:







21 thoughts on “Argh Author: Deborah Blake’s Wickedly Unraveled

  1. Congratulations Deb! This is a great series and I’m excited to read this one.

    Also, cool character last name, even if the spelling is weird ;-).

  2. YAY HUZZAH & Happy Belated Book Day!!

    Stephen’s next, Fire Season, is out today. I wonder who’s got a book release tomorrow?

  3. Deb, that cover!!! 😍

    Congratulations, you put in a lot of work to self-pub. I will buy soon, am just being ruthless with the finances. And the mind, because I actually need to get through my TBR pile.

    1. I understand about finances, believe me. And yes, my cover artist (Su, from Earthly Charms) did an amazing job duplicating the feel of the original covers from Berkley, and even the look of Barbara and Chudo-Yudo, her dragon disguised as a pit bull, without having access to the same models. Believe it or not, it was harder to find the dog than it was the woman!

  4. Congrats on the new addition to the bookshelves, Deb! Will head over to Amazon to check it out.

  5. Thanks, Jenny, you rock. I appreciate you spreading the word.

    (And it is actually 11 books for Llewellyn, plus a tarot deck. Because you definitely count the tarot deck!)

    It was a really challenging book to write, but I am so glad to have it out there in the world.

    1. I cut and pasted from the stuff you sent me, babe (g).
      If you’re like me, you actually don’t know how many books you’ve written.

      1. I figured. I guess I’d better update my bio… I have no idea what I am doing at any given time, nonetheless what I’ve done in the past. Hell, I’m not even sure what I ate for breakfast. Toast with cheese, maybe?

  6. I just wished someone in another writing group a happy birthday. You young broads need to stop acting like you’re getting senile.

    Instead, pity me! I have to buy and read all your books before I die.

    1. I’m so sorry. It’s a dirty job, but somebody has to do it.

      (And I’m not that young. Turning 59 at the end of the month. Not necessarily senile, but man, menopause really did a number on my brain. Don’t ask me which number, though, because I can’t remember.)


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