Argh Author: Deb Blake’s Baba Yaga Novellas

Our own Deb Blake has a collection of novellas from her Baba Yaga series out now. As she explained, “This is three novellas collected into one volume. Berkley put one out as a prequel to the first Baba Yaga book, and the other two between books, but they were never available in print. So when I got the rights back, I figured I’d put them out together as a collection, to make it worth putting them into print form (Amazon only) and ebook (everywhere).”

Known as the wicked witch of Russian fairy tales, Baba Yaga is not one woman, but rather a title carried by a chosen few. They keep the balance of nature and guard the borders of our world, but don’t make the mistake of crossing one of them… 

“Wickedly Magical

In this prequel to the first novel, Wickedly Dangerous, meet Barbara Yager and discover who and what the Baba Yagas are and what they can do … 

“Wickedly Ever After” 

Barbara must travel to the Otherworld to ask the Queen for a huge favor. Instead of granting it right off, the unpredictable royal demands that Barbara complete three impossible tasks first. Will she be able to complete them and earn her happily ever after? 

“Wickedly Spiritual” 

Jazz, the teenaged apprentice to Bella Young, is impatient to come into her full powers so she can help the Broken Riders. But her stubborn determination to skip ahead in her studies will come at a price no one could have foreseen, not even the powerful Baba Yagas.

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Deborah Blake is the author of the Baba Yaga Series from Berkley (Wickedly Dangerous, Wickedly Wonderful, Wickedly Powerful), as well as the Broken Rider Series, the Veiled Magic series and the cozy mystery Catskills Pet Rescue series. She has also published twelve books on modern witchcraft with Llewellyn Worldwide, along with a tarot and an oracle deck. When not writing, Deborah also works as a jewelry maker, tarot reader, and energy healer. She lives in a 130-year-old farmhouse in rural upstate New York with various cats who supervise all her activities, both magical and mundane.

19 thoughts on “Argh Author: Deb Blake’s Baba Yaga Novellas

    1. I did an informal poll of my newsletter readers, asking if they’d rather have them available separately or as a collection. The answer was overwhelmingly in favor of a collection. (Which is great, because having one cover made is way cheaper than three…)

      1. It is also easier and cheaper for your readers and makes it much easier to find all the titles.
        Thanks for the consideration and congratulations on getting your work back out in the world again!

  1. I clicked on the Amazon book link three times. It would not allow me to purchase the Kindle. It said there was something wrong. I want to purchase it, so let me know if it gets fixed.

    1. I also received a “We’re sorry” page with the following message:
      An error occurred when we tried to process your request. Rest assured, we’re working to resolve the problem as soon as possible. If you were trying to make a purchase, please check Your Account to confirm that the order was placed. We apologize for the inconvenience.

  2. I don’t know what changed, but I managed to buy it. Thank you so much I look forward to reading it.

    1. Yes! When I sold the first two books, Berkley asked me to write a prequel novella. They asked for two more during the course of the other books coming out. So the order is:
      Wickedly Magical (novella 1)
      Wickedly Dangerous (book 1)
      Wickedly Wonderful (book2)
      Wickedly Ever After (novella 2)
      Wickedly Powerful (book 3)
      Dangerously Charming (book 1 in the Broken Rider series, which is a continuation/spinoff of the Baba Yaga series)
      Wickedly Spirited (novella 3)
      Dangerously Divine (Riders book 2)
      Dangerously Fierce (Riders book 3)
      Dangerously Driven (Rivers novella, available on it own because I put everything from Riders book 3 out myself)
      Wickedly Unraveled (Baba Yaga book 4)
      Tiny Treasures (collection of 4 short-short stories)

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