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March's FEATURED AUTHOR: Danielle blogs...

March 24, 2010
Today, March's Featured Author Danielle Trussoni swings by with a guest post... Check it out!!

Hello, I’m Danielle Trussoni and Drey has graciously invited me to be a guest blogger today. It is a miserable and gray day where I am—I live in the south of France and gray cloudy afternoons are not at all usual here—so it feels nice to sit down and write a little bit. This is also a perfect opportunity for me to tell you about my new novel Angelology, which is coming out March 9th. In addition, I’d like to share with you a website that I’ve discovered, one that I think you’ll like.

But first, Angelology. Angelology is a novel that follows a group of angelologists—scholars who track and study various kinds of angels—as they work to contain the machinations of the Nephilim, half-human, half-angel creatures who are first mentioned in Genesis: 6 of the Bible. It is an adventure story that moves through various times and settings, going from contemporary New York, to 1940s Paris to ancient Bulgaria. I became interested in studying angelologists after coming across documentation that this group actually exists, and was in fact working in Paris during the Second World War. It seems that angelologists have been hard at work for nearly two thousand years, which was a complete surprise to me, as I had never heard of them before I began researching this book.

Which leads me to the second thing I’d like to tell you about. There is a website that is dedicated to the work of angelology, one that has so much information that I initially believed that there was no way that it could be real. But, after investigating, and comparing the site with my records and research, I believe that it is, in fact, genuine. If you would like to understand more about the subject of my novel, this site is the best place to start. Here it is:

If you’re just interested in learning more about me (which isn’t nearly as interesting as angelologists!) you can visit me at:

It is wonderful to be able to spend a few minutes with you! I hope you enjoy Angelology.

Danielle Trussoni

Thank you for swinging by, Danielle! I hope you had fun this month! And I can't wait for the sequel to Angelology...


Harvee said...

I learned about a new group and a new word today! Interesting!

Hope you'll stop by my guest author post.

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