Widow, single mother, and Army veteran Jennifer “River” Petersen works as a truck driver in Energy Territory No. 1, formerly known as North Dakota. Forced to enlist after her father’s death, the lines of River’s life have been redrawn, much like the United States’ map has changed …
I’m excited to share details about my thrilling urban fantasy series, The Council Trilogy, with the first book, The Others, coming this fall. Look for The Gift and The Campaign in 2025!
Much as she wishes otherwise, superstar political consultant Olivia Shepherd was born a powerful empath. It’s a legacy she walked away from long ago—but when she wakes up one morning to find Elsa, a tenacious time-walker, standing in her kitchen, she realizes she can no longer ignore her gifts. She is quickly plunged into the hidden world of powerful “Others” and drafted to work for the Council, a shadowy organization that summons the fog to San Francisco to obscure their involvement in human affairs. Complicating matters further is Olivia’s new love interest, William, a centuries-old vampire. As shocking details from Olivia’s past emerge and her role in the Council begins to take shape, will she rise to the challenge of her destiny?
Evette Davis is a science fiction and fantasy writer. She is most recently the author of 48 States, which Kirkus named one of the Best Indie Books of 2022. The book was also a quarter-finalist for the BookLife Prize 2023 and longlisted in the 2023 Indie Book Awards.
Davis is also the author of The Others and The Gift, the first two installments of The Council Trilogy, which will be released beginning in September 2024 by Spark Press.
In 2023 and 2017, Friends of the San Francisco Public Library honored Davis as a Library Laureate. Her work has also been published in the San Francisco Chronicle.
When she’s not writing novels, Davis advises some of the country’s largest corporations, non-profits, and institutions as a consultant and co-owner of BergDavis Public Affairs, an award-winning San Francisco-based consulting firm. Before establishing her firm, Davis worked in Washington as a press secretary for a member of Congress. She previously was a reporter for daily newspapers in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Davis splits her time between San Francisco and Sun Valley, Idaho.