A goddess brings a statue to life
so it can become the sculptor’s wife.
A mirror reflects more than what should appear
as a holiday toy spreads less cheer than fear.
New tech revolutionizes reproductive rights
while ghost hunters fill an innkeeper’s night with frights.
And just when she falls out of love’s blinding spell,
a tattoo artist checks into a haunted hotel.
In this speculative fiction collection, feminism meets folklore, fantasy, and science fiction as Rumer Haven shares some of the more random yarns she’s spun over the past decade. From ancient Cyprus to modern Sedona, Myths, Mothers, and Mystics tells the tales of women who must find—if not fight—their way against the natural and supernatural.