You don’t always get to see the fruit of your own work. Indie publishing is something where you get to see it in shocking, horrifying detail. You know exactly how much effort you put in and you see exactly what the outcome of it is. Sales don’t always correspond with the amount of effort put in. But then what is the point if you can’t garner some enjoyment out of the mere fact that you have a book published? Personally, that, in and of itself, is enough fulfillment for me. My kids will get to read my stories.
Well I’ve managed to publish one book… how about trying for two?
That’s right! Book 2 of the Stones of Caron fantasy series is coming out soon. There is no set release date, but it is coming up fast and I am no end of excited. The editing is almost all back and I’m about to move into the next phase, a.k.a. getting it past my mom’s inspection. She reads just about everything I write and does not make an effort to be polite.
For your enjoyment, and to tease you into buying a copy, I’m going to release the teaser and a first glance at the beautiful cover art.
Just like Book 1, it will be on Amazon, Kindle, and Createspace.
This is what it says on the back-
At long last the elves have a plan and Earia is trying to show her allies a victory, but with every small success they begin to grasp just how mighty a force they are against.
Her Company’s actions only seem to stir the pot and make whatever resources Niren happens to have much more pronounced. Not to mention they are facing greater dragons than they have seen in ages. Legends seem small and insignificant next to these spectacular creatures that guard their hoards piously.
Their one wild card is the Sea Haven, the only ship in all the wide oceans capable of surviving a dragon attack. But what good is a ship if they don’t live long enough to make it to the beach? There are plenty of enemies ready to see that they don’t and the powers of even magical elves might not be enough to get the job done.
Fillip proves to be Earia’s greatest challenge. His thoughts are his own and he strikes without consulting anyone else. He seemed like a wise lad in his own homeland, but now is proving to be on the verge of reckless. Yet, even with all of his exasperating tendencies, he is still the glue that holds good men together.
Well, I hope that piqued your interest! Keep looking me up for a release date and news.