I know that a long time back, I used to play Vampire: The Masquerade. One of the clans in this RPG (role playing game) was the Brujah. The reason why this is relevant at all is that the title of Tim Maddenâ€™s new book â€“ The Brujaâ€™s Tale â€“ is similar to that of the Brujah clan. Tim Maddenâ€™s Homepage provides individuals with an insight into the work, which deals with witchcraft (particularly, the brand of magic worked by individuals of the Maya tribe), a murder, and various tawdry relations. If individuals wished to Buy The Book, the cost is more than reasonable â€“ shipped, Media Mail, to oneâ€™s door only kicks it a few cents over the $20 mark. Individuals that are used to a very American, stereotypical type of work will not find much solace in The Brujaâ€™s Tale â€“ like a good salsa, there is enough spice present to make individuals go into overdrive. If individuals would like to break out of their comfort zone and try a work that always challenges conceptions and proper methods of behavior, I would have to recommend The Brujaâ€™s Tale. The web site provides a great description and easily-navigable links that will further sell the book on anyone that is of a literary bent.
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Thanks for your help in promoting The Bruja’s Tale. You’ve underlined some of the “salsa” I hoped readers would enjoy. A point of info: should your readers like to explore Guatemalan culture, shamanism, or my motives for writing the book, they can visit my blog at: brujastale.blogspot.com. Thanks again for your help. Tim Madden