Monday, July 8, 2024

Virtual Book Tour + #Giveaway: The Silvery Path: The Underworlds by Dennis Scheel @LordDenida @GoddessFish


Dennis Scheel

GENRE: Fantasy, Science Fiction


Will it end in peace or a silvery dose of fate?

Henna’s manipulation knows no bounds,

Denida is still the object of her prophecy, while Lucifer, God, and Gabriel remain in her sights.

Having seen her son, Nina is more determined than ever to bring him back from Henna’s world of dead souls. Meanwhile, the Darkness runs rampant across the Underworlds and on Earth as Lucifer’s grief over Heavani’s death overwhelms him.

Everyone has their own goals and ends, but one thing is inescapable: the bright silvery path that Henna willed.

Can these characters escape destiny’s hold on them, or will they become pawns in Henna’s quest for revenge?

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The Colonel sat in front of a cluster of seven monitors, which displayed live feeds from robots across the Underworlds. Naphtali spoke to the Colonel from World Eight’s feed.

Things will be different with Dan in charge, won’t it?” Naphtali asked.

The Colonel shrugged. “I sure hope not. Denida left him in charge, so it shouldn’t be that bad. Thankfully, we don’t have any demons running amuck anymore.”

Yeah, everything’s better, now.” Naphtali smiled widely.

I wonder…” The Colonel scratched his head. “- if this ‘war’ of Lucifer’s will change that.”

Naphtali’s smile froze. “War?”

The one against Heaven.”

Naphtali gasped. “Lucifer wants war with Heaven? I thought God and Lucifer would always just have a private power struggle between themselves.”

Why does it matter?

Beep,” a monitor a few screens away flicked on.

The Colonel tilted his head. Earth? “Just a sec, Naphtali.” He approached the monitor.

Is anyone there? Demons are attacking us!” a soldier stared in the camera with wide, bloodshot eyes, as a demon tackled him, terminating the feed.

How can demons be on Earth? The Colonel wiped a bead of sweat on the back of his neck.

John!” Naphtali hollered.

The Colonel blinked out of his daze and hurried back to World Eight’s feed.

Naphtali sat hunched over at the monitor, drenched in blood.

What happened to you?”

Demons,” Naphtali murmured. “Inform Denida.”

The Colonel nodded. “Are you okay to get cleaned up and-”

Naphtali spun around to a scuffle. A pair of demons slammed him into the feed, cutting the signal.

Naphtali!” The Colonel punched the keys and shook the monitor. “Work, dammit!” After a few minutes of his eyes growing wide with concern, he jumped up and ran out, sprinting though the offices, eventually slamming through a door. “Dan!”

What is it, now?” Dan put laid his pen on his desk and frowned.

Demons… Naphtali needs our assistance. It’s not just Earth.”

Naph…” Dan leaned back in his chair with a pensive expression.

On World Eight, the former demon,” the Colonel reminded Dan.

Dan lit up, but bit his lip with concern. “Why are there demons in the Underworlds? I thought Denida ended that invasion.”

Lucifer threw Denida out of Hell. He doesn’t give a rat’s ass about Denida’s deal, anymore.”

Interview with Dennis Scheel

    Have you read anything that made you think differently about fiction?

    I love stories that blend genres. However, when I was a kid, I read ‘Charmed Life’ by Dianna Wynne Jones, and it was like a whole new world opening up. It inspired my love for fiction.

    How do you select the names of your characters?

    Depends, some names I have already picked out in my head. Other characters were named based on their inspiration. When neither of those methods are applicable, I look up names and pick applicable ones based on what I believe fits to the character’s traits or events to come.

    Do you hide any secrets in your books that only a few people will find?

    Don’t we all?

    What was your hardest scene to write?

    The final scene.

    Do you want each book to stand on its own, or are you trying to build a body of work with connections between each book?

    The four Underworlds series tell an overarching tale, but each one has a self-contained story from start to finish.

    What were your goals and intentions in this book, and how well do you feel you achieved them?

    I wanted to end the Underworlds saga for the characters, and I believed it was a fitting end for the series.

    What inspired you to write

    The Silvery Path?

    I always had the idea of this book since I was a kid. I was first able to write it now, as an adult.

    Can you tell us a little bit about the next books in The Underworlds or what you have planned for the future?

    My next book, which will be entitled “Mars Warriors,” will break from the fantasy genre. It’ll be Paranormal / Science Fiction.

    Can you tell us a little bit about the characters in The Silvery Path?

    There are gods, demons, goddesses, souls, and their human forms all trapped in a battle of good versus evil.

    What did you enjoy most about writing this book?

    Wrapping the series up after several years of being on a long journey with the characters.

AUTHOR Bio and Links:

Wring about myself… oh, the horror!

As a Christmas Child, I believe magic is everywhere, especially during the winter, and I try to weave that magic into my stories. After all, my firm belief in karma and destiny has shaped who I am, so it should guide my stories, as well.

I was born and raised in Denmark, but faced many challenges during my life, one of which was my inability to write my stories in Danish! I’ve had my stories brewing in my head since I was a child and struggled for years to express them properly. After recovering from a diabetic attack that left me hospitalized, I managed to find my writer’s voice in English, and am thrilled to now have the ability to share my tales with you.

Connect with Dennis Scheel

Website ~ Twitter

Threads/ IG @denscheel



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Goddess Fish Promotions said...

We appreciate you featuring THE SILVERY PATH today. Thank you.

Marcy Meyer said...

The cover looks good. Sounds like a good book.

Sherry said...

Looks like a book i would enjoy reading.

Michael Law said...

I'm really looking forward to reading this book. Thanks for sharing and hosting this tour

Dennis Scheel said...

Thank you for hosting it here.

Daniel M said...

sounds like a fun one