Purchasing my books through me

You can now purchase my books through me and….they’ll be signed!

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The Cliffs of Connemaigh revised

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Update on “The Chronicles of the Starborn” and “The Shadows of Winter”

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Since my last update, I have finished the first draft of book 8, working title “The Winds of Asgaloc”, and have begun editing book 3, “The Shadows of Winter”. I have also worked more on the new cover of book 1, “The Autumn of the Whitewood” and have also began the process of working on the cover of “The Shadows of Winter.” Additionally,  I have set up sponsorship tiers on Patreon. You can click here to check out the sponsorship rewards. I still plan on removing my books from Kindle Select as well so they will be available at other stores. Whew! It’s already been a busy month!

Update on “The Chronicles of the Starborn”

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I thought I’d give a quick update as to where I’m at in “The Chronicles of the Starborn”. I am almost done with the first draft of book 8, working title “The Winds of Asgaloc”. It appears that what I wanted to happen at the end of book 7, “Birthright”, will be occurring at the end of this book instead. There will be at least 9 books. After I finish this book, I will be going back to book 3, “The Shadows of Winter”, and editing. I am also working on revamping the cover of “The Autumn of the Whitewood” to make it fit more in the genre (the picture above is part of it). I am also going to be taking the ebook versions out of Kindle Select so they will be available on more sites soon. In addition, I have some ideas for gifts for my Patreon sponsors. If you’d like to visit my Patreon page, click here.

Signed copies of “The Cliffs of Connemaigh” available for purchase!

Yes, you read that correctly. Would you like a signed copy of “The Cliffs of Connemaigh” for yourself or as a gift? If you do, you can purchase a copy or copies directly through me! Contact me through Facebook or Twitter and we can do this. The price is $14.99 plus shipping.

You can also purchase the unsigned copy at Amazon.

The world is forever changed. Two dimensions are now one, and our heroine, Elaine Castle, a human, is navigating a world filled with dragons, orcs, and a mysterious enemy utilizing every power at its disposal to make sure that Elaine does not survive to unite the humans, Forest Elves, and Sky Elves. Our heroine is a wielder – a magic wielder, that is, and she definitely retains ancestral memory of being an elf, but is Elaine a helmannigr, a human born with an elven soul?

While she trains and her teacher tries to determine if she is, indeed, helmannigr, she fights with her blocks against two of the seven elements that all wielders have access to. These blocks are killing her, as magic kills the untrained. Is the answer in Connemaigh, the abandoned city of the Sky Elves that she arrived at in “The Autumn of the Whitewood”, or is it elsewhere in this new and dangerous world?

An epic fantasy with elements of romance, a hint of sci-fi, and a creative plot, “The Cliffs of Connemaigh” uses traditional fantasy tropes with new twists, and challenges the boundaries of the genre of fantasy. “The Cliffs of Connemaigh” is nominated for the Summer Indie Books Award hosted by Metamorph Publishing.

Day 10, NaNoWriMo 2016

Ever hear the saying ‘time flies when you’re having fun’? Time really seems to be flying this NaNoWriMo. As of last night, I was at 18,082 words. If you’re participating you should be at, at almost 17,000 words. If not, don’t fret! It can still be done. For today, I have another picture I took. This one is from a couple of years ago, but it is one of my favorites. I also took it on the Blue Ridge Parkway. If you ever get the chance to go to Beacon’s Ridge and hike up, go for it! Especially, if it’s at dawn. 😀 Enjoy! Oh, and also this location was the lo0se inspiration for the cliffs at Connemaigh. DSC02731