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This has a lot of fun boxes checked off the list. The down and out comeback story, the imperfect hero, betrayal most foul…
Not done yet, but halfway through and the worst I can say is that I keep checking how much is left and thinking… “Really? I’m half through already? Wow.”
Well this was actually pretty unexpected, and you guys are awesome for making it happen. I did not expect Knighthood to be a bestseller by any stretch. Similar to Odyssey One, this book was supposed to be a bit of a niche novel to tide over my core readers while I worked on other things. Once again, you people show me that I should stick to writing and not trying to predict what you like. lol
The Knighthood is a hit, and now I have to work on a sequel… wait, am I grateful for that? Ok, I’m conflicted now.
Extra work aside, I can’t thank you guys enough. Really.
And if you haven’t checked it out yet, go take a look : I think it’s worth your time.
My new novel, The Knighthood has launched on Amazon. Take a dash of old mythology, a generous heaping of apocalyptic atmosphere, and a refusal to go quietly into the night and you have Elanthielle’s origin story. The world was at war. Humanity lost.
Time for a rematch.
Book 2 of the Scourwind Legacy Trilogy, An Empire Asunder, has finally launched and with it the newest entry in the ongoing adventures of the Scourwind Twins, their allies, and… of course, their many enemies.
You can check it out at amazon, more below :
A review brought up an interesting criticism of this series, and probably Odyssey One now that I think about it.
Recent scientific developments have managed to measure the propagation rate of gravity waves… and, surprising no one really, they travel at lightspeed. This is an issue in my books, and others I know of, because bring written before this bit of information became quantified, gravity waves clearly travel faster than that in this universe.