Every once in a while I get a bug to do something a little different. You know what I mean. This time I decided to build on a world that won me an award from the Writer’s of the Future Contest a few years back. A world of magic, floating cities, and best of all- none of the traditional fantasy creatures or tropes. No magic swords here friends…though I am working on a book where the fella walks around with a sword that wants to kill him…enough about that.
I present to you a little bit of a ghost story. The Children of Never. Out today and ready for your welcoming arms. Enjoy.
The war priests of Andrak have protected the world from the encroaching darkness for generations. Stewards of the Purifying Flame, the priests stand upon their castle walls each year for 100 days. Along with the best fighters, soldiers, and adventurers from across the lands, they repulse the Omegri invasions.
But their strength wanes and evil spreads.
Lizette awakens to a nightmare, for her daughter has been stolen during the night. When she goes to the Baron to petition aid, she learns that similar incidents are occurring across the duchy. Her daughter was just the beginning. Baron Einos of Fent is left with no choice but to summon the war priests.
Brother Quinlan is a haunted man. Last survivor of Castle Bendris, he now serves Andrak. Despite his flaws, the Lord General recognizes Quinlan as one of the best he has. Sending him to Fent is his best chance for finding the missing children and restoring order. Quinlan begins a quest that will tax his strength and threaten the foundations of his soul.
The Grey Wanderer stalks the lands, and where he goes, bad things follow. The dead rise and the Omegri launch a plan to stop time and overrun the world. The duchy of Fent is just the beginning.
THE CHILDREN OF NEVER. Get your copy today and please- let me know what you think!
Congratulations on your new release. I do have a question: How soon after someone buys a copy of your electronic books do you know you sold a copy? Or even your books? Does Amazon e-mail you every time one is sold or do they contact you weekly? Just wondering, I would be a nervous wreck waiting to know if I had sold any books. Got our copy of Law of the Heretic on Friday. Today ordered the other books that came out. Did you notice they have books 1,2 and 4. Book 3 isn’t available.
Thank you. I don’t get any emails or notifications but the kindle page is fairly fast to update, within a few hours. Physical copies are routed through Lulu.com where I actually make way more money than on Amazon. Book 3 had some typos I needed to fix but should be available shortly.
Thank you, just one of those kind of questions that pops in my head. I will be keeping an eye out for book 3. Though I think the husband is hijacking those books while I finish A Forgotten Gods Tale my co workers thought I would be bored when I retired. They had no idea how much reading I was going to be doing.