I have a confession to make: I haven't posted here in a very long time, and I'm really, really, REALLY sorry. I have no excuses.
But... I do have some happy news to share today.
The third and final book in The Time Weaver Chronicles, Reprisal, is now live on Amazon. Today is release day, and a very happy day for me.
A little over three years ago, I started writing. Back then, I never would have imagined that what came out of my imagination would become three full length novels. With the help and support of many friends and family, I've published them and become a reasonably successful independent author. I could never have done this alone.
So what is this new book about? Here's the description:
Galadir is in trouble...
Their hero is missing in action, and the trouble isn't over yet. The remnants of the Findoor army, led by Malia, flee into the west after the dark wizard Grian usurps the throne.
Grian is the most dangerous threat the people of Galadir have ever faced. With a massive army of undead, he invades a kingdom to the west. Narshuks to the south are dying of a disease unleashed by Grian. Wizards to the east struggle against his wraiths to hold on to their stronghold and the libraries within.
Hope comes from an unlikely source, as one man hatches a plan that will show Galadir they can fight for themselves. But Grian has finally found what he's been looking for, and as he prepares for his final assault on the east to capture what he seeks, all of Galadir confronts him, brought together by a mysterious force.
All of the pieces are in place, but nobody can be sure if the resistance will be enough to defeat Grian once and for all.
The battle for Galadir has begun.
Can you feel the excitement? I know I can.
Finally, finish off with Reprisal.
So if you're looking for a good book to read, I've got three now available. And if you're looking for more tips, tricks, and publishing wisdom, I'll start making regular posts again, just for you.
Thanks for being part of my journey, and I hope you'll stick around to see what happens next.
Thanks for reading!
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