Libraries are dangerous places – for a witch

Cover of Francis James Franklin's short story Alyth: Witch on Fire

Libraries are dangerous places – for a witch.

Young, free and far from home, Alyth has set out this year on a voyage of self-discovery. After cheating on her werewolf boyfriend with an incubus, she is driven into the arms of her lesbian best friend Tina. When Alyth goes in search of the vampire Carmilla one day, an enigmatic librarian called Lily shows her just how dangerous stories can be.

Erotic and explicit, Alyth’s misadventures have only just begun.

I don’t know how many people read my posts about Alyth (can’t be more than a handful) and those that do will have no incentive to pay for what’s already available for free… but I have decided to publish an edited subset of the Alyth posts as Alyth: Witch on Fire. It clocks in at about 10,000 words.

I can’t make it free on Amazon, but it’s still free here in greater detail on this blog.

What do you think? Is it just a waste of time, money and effort?

Links,, goodreads

About Frank

A Sci-Fi & Fantasy author and lyrical poet with a mild obsession for vampires, succubi, goddesses and Supergirl.
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2 Responses to Libraries are dangerous places – for a witch

  1. Nada says:

    I haven’t read the previous posts, but it looks interesting.
    Going to check them out now.

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