NEW RELEASE: “RUN (Wulver Rising, Book 1)” by Lydia Maine

Title: RUN. (Wulver Rising, Book 1)

Author: Lydia Maine

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Editor: Kendra Gaither

Cover Designer: Selkie Designs

Publication Date: April 1st, 2024

Hosted by: Lady Amber’s PR



I run.

It’s just who I am.

Whenever things get tough, I bail. Every new situation I find myself in, I have an exit strategy. Because I know what could happen if I don’t.

Things are about to get bad, and I don’t understand how or why. I’m in a new place, with no pre-existing connections. I’ve developed a life for myself where no one could suspect a thing out of the ordinary. I fit in – or at least try to. But here I am, ready to run.

Let’s just hope I do so in time.


I didn’t ask to be in these shoes. In fact, I was thoroughly looking forward to a life of little more than personal responsibility. I never saw my future tied to this place, no matter how much it is a part of me. The responsibility was thrust upon me, and with no one else left to step up, I had no choice. These are my people – my family – and this is my home. I couldn’t turn my back, even if I wanted to. That’s a type of betrayal I would never be able to stomach.

Any semblance of my plans years ago have fallen by the wayside, but that’s just the nature of the beast – and I am the beast.

Times are changing. I can feel it in my bones. I just hope we are ready, and I am capable of protecting those that are relying on me.

Lydia Maine spent her childhood building fairy houses and arguing the existence of dragons. A few decades into that childhood, and life doesn’t look much different. She writes in cursive and drives stick shift. Some days, she wears all black with purple lipstick and goes to seedy dive bars, while others she dons vibrant sundresses and dances through fields of wildflowers. Everything, to her, is an adventure, so it’s no surprise she now writes about such. It’s only a shame she has to add in the description of “paranormal” or “fantasy” now. 

Lydia’s writing is either the cause or result of her insomnia. Her books reflect traumas she has experienced and some she will never know. She draws on the mundane to further glorify the fantastical lives she would rather be living, leaving small pieces of herself in each story she tells.


​Author Links: 


FacebookInstagramReader Group | TikTok

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top