As I mentioned in my update yesterday, the first novella of my Allodasos series, Gnats, has been released! You can purchase it as an e-book on Amazon or read it for free on Kindle Unlimited. Here’s the blurb for it in case you’ve somehow missed me shouting it out from atop my soapbox over the last several months:
ALLODASOS 1: GNATS
There’s magic in the world; you just need to know how to find it.
In the immediate hours after her divorce, Eva drives to the one location where comfort resides—the place of her childhood home to find her old safe space. Emotionally wrecked, she stumbles into a world of magic that had always existed parallel to her own. Now, with the companionship of a dryad, she must fight monsters she believed to be myth, as well as a crazed wizard bent on exploiting the energies of Allodasos—the magical realm of the fae. Gnats is a contemporary fantasy with a F/F romance subplot.
With that said, last month I revealed the cover of Allodasos 2: Sinkhole (if you missed it, click here!) and I promised you that I would reveal the cover art for book 3: Colorblind. So, here I am keeping to my promise— drumroll please…
I hope you’re as excited as I am!
But wait, there’s more. Here’s several more updates to keep you in the loop:
- Allodasos 1: Gnats— Released yesterday!
- Allodasos 2: Sinkhole— Working on the second draft of house edits with my editor.
- Allodasos 3: Colorblind— Critique drafts completed, ready to begin house edits.
- Allodasos 4: Stoneface— Alpha draft is 2/3 complete. I aim to have it done next month.
- The Macy Blush Collection: The Wizard’s Staff— open to ARC readers this month, publishing in March.
- The Macy Blush Collection: The Wizard’s Tower— initial outlining complete. Starting alpha draft soon.
- “The Final Battle of the Third Sphere”— being released in the Common Tongue Magazine’s June issue.
- “Forget the Pain”—a finished dark fantasy short story. Currently being queried to magazines.
Now that you’re all caught up, I’ve got some writing to do…
Stay safe and well,
P.S. hundreds of e-books are released every day and even the best novels are lost in the flood. If you read Gnats—please, please, please—consider rating it and/or leaving a review on Amazon and (if you have it) Goodreads. Other readers are much more likely to pass by a book without any ratings to select one that has been reviewed. The larger the number of reviews Gnats has; the more people will see it. You’ve already supported me by reading my work, take the extra step and rate it! Again, thank you so much for your support!