#Extract from Celts and the Mad Goddess: The Deathless Chronicle 1 by P.C. Darkcliff #Historical #Fantasy @P_C_Darkcliff

Today I’m sharing an extract from Celts and the Mad Goddess, courtesy of P.C. Darkcliff. First of all, let’s see what the book is about…

When the raiders chase her into a swamp, Rawena falls into the furry claws of Goddess Pandemia. Despite her murderous instincts, Pandemia lets Rawena live—and turns her into a pawn in a mad game.

Only Garux, a warrior who has rejected Rawena for her younger sister, knows how deadly the game is. With the cards stacked against him, he must defeat the jealous Rawena and the cunning Pandemia… while fighting foreign invaders and traitors within his tribe.

Will Garux and his allies prevent a disaster that could wipe out everyone in Bohemia and perhaps the whole world? Purchase Celts and the Mad Goddess now to find out.

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#Celts and the Mad Goddess: A #Spellbinding #Fantasy Thrill Ride Through Time.

Many thanks to Cynthia for spotlighting me and my latest novel on her beautiful website.



Do you enjoy Fantasy, Celtic culture, Goddesses and Magic?  P.C. Darkcliff’s fantastic Historical Fiction is Sleeping Beauty and Faust all rolled up into one!

A young Celtic woman called RAWENA runs into an army of Germanic invaders. The soldiers pursue her, but she shakes them off and hides in a vast swamp. There she awakens the Goddess PANDEMIA, who has been sleeping for millennia. The meeting shocks Rawena, but Pandemia also wonders: she thought she wiped all humans out with pestilence.

Pandemia plots to destroy humanity to preserve other animal species. She wants Rawena to infect her tribe and spread the plague around the world. When Rawena begs her to spare her, Pandemia gives in… but she orders Rawena to bring another human to the swamp.

Rawena seeks GARUX, a tribesman she loves, hoping that he would catch a Germanic scout and bring him to Pandemia. That’s when she…

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Celts and the Mad Goddess coming soon!

CELTS AND THE MAD GODDESS coming out on October 1!

Greetings from the cliff!

You have the last chance to preorder the book for just 99 cents, as the price goes up to $3.99 soon. Besides, if you message me the preorder receipt, I’ll send you my two debut novels for free. In other words, you get THREE NOVELS FOR LESS THAN A DOLLAR. 😉

Click below to meet Celts and the Mad Goddess.

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Thank you so much for your continuous support! 


Clubhouse Chat Guest: P.C. Darkcliff

Many thanks to Paula Readman for inviting me to a beer and a chat.

From Funeral Birds to Stone Angels

Welcome toClubhouse Chatpage. For those of you who are not a member of the clubhouse won’t be aware that the location of the Clubhouse is shrouded in mystery. The only way to visit the clubhouse is via membership or an invite to the clubhouse tearoom. Every few days, I’ll be sharing a conversation I’ve had with a guest over tea and cakes, or maybe a glass of something stronger, about their work in progress, or latest book release. I’ll be talking to all sort of writers and authors at different levels of their writing careers.

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Today I’m welcoming P.C. Darkcliff to the Clubhouse Tearoom. Welcome P. C. I’ve put our refreshment order in early so once our drinks have arrived I will start our chat. Oh here they come now. I hope the beer is to your liking?

This is great. Cheers…

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New preorder for just 99 cents!

CELTS AND THE MAD GODDESS available for preorder!

Greetings from the cliff!

I’m thrilled to announce that my latest novel, Celts and the Mad Goddess, is (almost) alive!

Okay, the official launch is in October when the book goes out for $3.99, but it’s already available for preorder for just 99 cents. 😉 The exciting world of the Celts–and of Goddess Pandemia and her mad game–are only a click away!

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Thank you so much for your continuous support! 




Greetings from the cliff!

I am so excited to share this with you. Please CLICK HERE to check out the cover for my upcoming novel.

The Priest of Orpagus is coming out Dec. 1, and it has already got amazing feedback from my advance readers. Find more details and read the first chapter here.

Thank you so much for your continuous support! 




Greetings from the cliff! 
I hope you are having a great Sunday. In case you don’t have a Kindle reader, you can now purchase Deception of the Damned in EPUB at every major digital store. Please click here to access them. 

If you have already read and enjoyed the book, would you be so kind as to leave a favorable review?

I’m finishing the last touches to my second novel, The Priest of Orpagus, which is getting amazing feedback from my advance readers. Find more details here.

Thank you so much for your continuous support! 

Author Interview Series: PC Darkcliff

Thank you, GJ Stevens, for finding the time to interview me.

GJ Stevens

GJ: Where do you get your inspiration from for writing fantasy novels?

PC: Since I was little, I’ve been obsessed with all kinds of mythology, which helped me create my own magic words and mythical creatures. When it comes to the worldly aspects of my novels, I’ve drawn from my semi-nomadic lifestyle. My debut, Deception of the Damned, weaves through the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Spain, and Portugal, which are all countries I’ve lived in. My upcoming novel, The Priest of Orpagus, takes place mostly in Turkey, where I also spent a year as an English teacher.

GJ: What do you find is the most challenging aspect for an author in the fantasy genre?

PC: Actually, if you have a good imagination, fantasy is probably the easiest genre to write. After all, magic worlds are endless and eternal, and you are free to make your own rules on how…

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Here is my interview with P.C. Darkcliff


Hello and welcome to my blog, Author Interviews. My name is Fiona Mcvie.

Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we? Tell us your name. What is your age?

I go by the pen name of P.C. Darkcliff, and I’m 41—not ready for a junkyard yet, but old enough to see the expression “happy birthday” as an oxymoron.

Fiona: Where are you from?

I was born in the Czech Republic but grew up in Canada. As I’ve also lived in Bulgaria, Portugal, Turkey, and Spain, I like to think of myself as a world citizen.

Fiona: A little about your self (ie,  your education, family life, etc.).

I graduated from journalism, but after working for a year for a small Canadian newspaper, I decided to travel around Europe and the Middle East and teach English. I’m now living in south-western Spain with my wife, Rosa.

Fiona: Tell us your latest…

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