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King Larsen’s entire world shatters when his beloved queen Gwen becomes infected with an unknown illness and dies. He loses the will to rule, and his city Vivek is overthrown by King Malik of Holt Harbour. A year passes, Larsen never recovers from despair, lives as a vagabond just close enough to Gwen’s grave so he can visit her daily, and all his people suffer under Malik’s oppressive laws. However, Larsen learns that Gwen never actually died from her illness and a cure is possible by taking her into Desanorbis, a land named after the Servant of Insanity.
So he disregards all warnings, ignores better judgment, digs his love up from her grave and embarks on the quest, setting into motion a series of events that puts the entire world in danger.
My debut novel Guardian of the Cursed Crown is available on the Kindle bookstore. And I would like to give you part I & II right now, FREE.
I remember when my editor flat out rasped me on my knuckles with a ruler (well not literally but that’s how his words felt) demanding that I go back and put more work into the world where my novel takes place.
I’ve got a confession – my novel is finished. As in 100% ready to be released, for several months now, cover and all.
I’m planning a cover reveal and book launch so look out for more on that soon, but in the meantime I’d like to share my top choices for sci fi fantasy I recommend you check out in 2023 …Continue Reading →
There are some totally unrelated things ordained by the universe, star crossed lovers from origins so distant that no crystal ball or guru or fortune cookie could have ever foretold of a destiny to intersect and never again shall they be apart.
I don’t know about you, but I always try to put my best foot forward.
It’s possible everybody does, humans conforming to social structures. Yet somehow, these attempts result in different outcomes.
Overall, I’ve been told that I’m serious and cynical. I don’t see myself that way. I’ve always thought of myself as being very funny, but here’s what made me the way I am, and the type of fictional characters I relate to, and write about …Continue Reading →