Launching My Legacy

2013-Mar-1 -> from the sharing-something-extra-special department Tags: writing thetimeweaver legacy 

The most exciting event for any author is the release of a new book, and today, that event is happening for me. Legacy, Book II of The Time Weaver Chronicles is now released and available for purchase on both Amazon and Kobo Books.

Once upon a time...

...a warrior of light defeated an insane wizard, but behind every heroic story lies a truth never told.

A man washes ashore on the island of Arda after a terrible storm, remembering nothing but his name: Krycin. The blue wizard Gladius finds him, takes him in, and is determined to help Krycin regain what he's lost.

The Fates have other plans. Krycin's presence on Galadir is disrupting the fabric of the universe. The solution? Eliminate him, by any means necessary. When Gladius sides with the council, his efforts to destroy Krycin spark a war that threatens all life on Galadir.

In order to save himself and what remains of his people, Krycin must defeat Gladius, but time is running out. Every step Krycin takes to destroy Gladius makes things worse, and now a massive army is marching on Findoor. Krycin must come up with a way to defeat Gladius before it's too late, and forge his legacy for the future of Galadir.

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Continued support for Reglue!

I tossed around the idea of supporting a different charity with a portion of the proceeds from Book II, but I just couldn't bring myself to do it. Reglue means a lot to me, both for what they do, and what they stand for. Sure, there are other PC giveaway programs out there doing very excellent work, but none of them have Ken Starks at the helm, and he's just awesome. So, as with The Time Weaver, $0.50 from each eBook, and $1.00 from each paperback sold will be donated to Reglue to help keep them going.

DRM-Free, Because I Care

All of my books are released DRM free, which means you can buy it once, and copy it to any device you own, and even convert to to other formats. If you are looking for a great piece of software that will help you do this, Calibre is fantastic, and very easy to use. It's also free and Open Source.

Speaking of Open Source...

I consider myself an avid user and supporter of Free and Open Source Software (FOSS). All of my books were written, edited, formatted, converted, illustrated and published using 100% FOSS. In fact, my household has been Microsoft-free for a number of years, and I don't foresee that changing any time soon. Truth is, I find the FOSS tools to be not only adequate, but quite good at doing everything I need them to do - in most cases, better than the proprietary cousins of the programs.

I'd like to thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for being a part of my journey. It really means a lot to me that you take the time to not only drop by on my website, but also purchase and read my books. It takes hundreds of hours of work to put a novel together, but you all make it worthwhile. Thank you, and I hope you enjoy Legacy.

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By Wendy on Fri 1 Mar 2013 07:03:10 am [ Reply ] congrats tom, and keep up the great work!!

By Thomas A. Knight on Fri 1 Mar 2013 07:20:42 am [ Reply ] Thanks Wendy! Appreciate that. :)

By Rowanna on Fri 1 Mar 2013 10:00:52 am [ Reply ] Congratulations Sir Thomas, hope you have an abolute blast today - plenty of carrot and apple cake (now with added honey and lemon drizzle - it is Ambrosia). I have raised a glass of very fine Merlot to toast the success of your Legacy.
I think the Reglue thing is incredible - exactly what I'd expect from a man of your generous and loving nature.

By Thomas A. Knight on Fri 1 Mar 2013 10:14:26 am [ Reply ] Aww shucks, thanks Rowanna. I really appreciate it. I'll be sure to have a drink tonight to celebrate. I think I have some peach schnapps in the fridge with my name on it. ;)

By Skip Guenter on Wed 12 Jun 2013 06:49:10 pm [ Reply ] Buy epub link didn't work for me

By Thomas A. Knight on Wed 12 Jun 2013 08:06:01 pm [ Reply ] Hey Skip,

Yeah, I had to pull the ePub version for the time being to satisfy KDP Select requirements. I'll put it back up eventually, but in the mean time, I've emailed you a free copy!

Thanks for all your support!

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