This week’s Notable and Quotable comes from Bloom of Blood and Bone-
-Lynneare, the only one to master Elvvleth in life, widower of two wives, the father of three ladies and one lord of Stratvs, grappled the forces of the universe with sheer force of will and unmitigated love; and he wept. It had been centuries since Maloch, once Lord High Paladin of Time, no more Maloch of the Black Lance, had stood watch while Lynneare struggled against the forces of the Sands of Time and the pull of the suns and stars.
Fires that Forge (Book I) is available on Amazon now, the pre-order for Bloom of Blood and Bone (Book II) is live as we speak AND look for Whetstones of the Will (Book III) on Amazon the first week of May.
I’m asking for a favor here. It will take about 2 minutes of your time. I would appreciate it if you would consider voting for ‘Fires that Forge’ as ‘Best Fantasy Novel’ for the Dragon Con Award this year.
You can learn more about the book, and us, here; http://www.bloodlinesreforged.com Thank you for taking a couple of minutes out of your day for us!
Oh, and I need to mention that we added some info to our website. You can now find a beginning glossary and fledgling geography index page. If you have any questions about a term, phrase, or location, just shoot us an email and we’ll do our best to answer it.
In other news, I need to let you know about two bundles of horror, sci/fi, suspense, and fantasy works that you can ready right now on KU (Kindle Unlimited) for free! You can find the bundles here, Spring Sci/Fi and Fantasy Bundle and here, The Unlimited Fantasy and Science Fiction Bundle.
I also need to tell you about my friend’s book, Plagueborne. Here’s the scoop from Amazon;
The old gods are dead… But are the new ones any better? In the aftermath of a revolution that nearly tore the continent apart, a devastating plague threatens to consume all that remains. As cities fall to ruin, and talk of witchcraft and fell beasts spread, a zealous religious order emerges… But can they be trusted?
PLAGUEBORNE offers the first two novels in a trilogy of gripping high-fantasy novels. The debut possesses all the beloved hallmarks fans of the genre will recognise, but is distinguished by its gritty atmosphere and confrontation with some of the most unsettling chapters of human history.
I caught some of the pets conducting a re-enactment of a scene from the Lord of the Rings. I told them they were a hobbit short (hehe, get it? a hobbit short) but they said T2 (one of the other barn cats) was being difficult and a ‘drama queen.’ Whatever. It’s their retelling so I guess they are taking some poetic license with the whole thing.
Until next time, ‘Crush your Enemies!’