The Witch of Endor: Vampires
Lilith was born different. She grew up speaking with the dead, although she did not realize they were spirits until her parents started asking to whom she was speaking. It was the magic that came later, near puberty. As the people grew to fear Lilith, her family fled from Nazareth to Endor. As an adult she meets a tall handsome man one night with deep set, honey-colored eyes that carry a deep sorrow, from long ago.
His hands are cold, and he has no life line when she reads his palms. He desires for her to train him in magic. Their nightly meetings lead to more than palm readings and magic tricks. Lilith falls for Lamech, but doubts eat away at her mind as she has never seen him by day, nor seen him eat. Perhaps it is another woman that keeps him away between dawn and dusk? She must find out. What she discovers will change her life forever.
About Robert Wheeler (Pensacola, Florida Author)
I am a Florida native who loves the Gulf Coast beaches. My favorite spot to read is on the deck of a cruise ship. I started my first book, Scions of Azazyel: War in Heaven 10 years ago which took me 8 years to complete. However, I have four books currently (As of July 2018). My second book, The Witch of Endor: Vampires just went live on audible.
I became a beekeeper three years ago. I love the little girls except when they sting me. The joy of the lava lamp of amber honey is at times disrupted by moments of sheer terror when one of the black and yellow bees gets inside my suit. I recently upgraded to a new dragon armor suit that they have yet to pierce with their poisoned blades.
I have been a practicing chiropractor for over twenty years in Alaska and now in Florida. I love family time and I have given some of my characters names that belong to my nieces and nephews or children. One of my main characters, Angelica, is described as how my wife appeared when we started dating. Even her personality is like the woman that I fell in love with.
I love to write fantasy and poetry full of action, romance, which is intermingled with some scares and plot twists. My signature writing style is that I write a poem for each chapter that gives clues or backstory about the chapter. I mix Biblical names and stories with Greek, Norse and Hebrew mythology.