Lorah Jaiyn focused on her writing career after a nasty case of empty nest syndrome, followed by the dreaded absent-Gramma disorder. She published Autumn Magic, Winter Jinx, and Spring Enchantment with Crazy Ink Publishing.
Three novellas and many short stories later, she still hasn’t figured out her favorite genre. Her projects range from horror to romance, with a little fantasy thrown in for good measure. Jaiyn’s short stories are featured in these anthologies and prove she is truly a multi-genre author: Art Inspires Words, Villains Ever After, Christmas Past, Absolution, Earth Matters, Creeps, Mad Mabon, After Ever After, Virtue, Bloody Bonkers, Vague Book, Campfire Tales, and Moonstruck.
Jaiyn lives in Central Florida and enjoys exploring the great outdoors. She fosters baby squirrels when hurricanes hit and credits her Jack Russell as both her muse and biggest distraction.
The Immortal Stone
Immortal and imprisoned for centuries.
When a coven of witches dabble in black magic, they’re unprepared for what they release.
Statue of granite by day; Hunter by night.
Searching for the one who can end the curse that holds him captive.