Posts Tagged ‘The Children of Wind and Wood’
I’ll have more on this soon, but here’s a quick announcement about my new release: THE CHILDREN OF WIND AND WOOD, published on December 21st, 2012 just in time for the end of the world! It’s going to be exclusive to Amazon for its first three months, so if you’re an Amazon Prime customer you can check it out from the Kindle Lending Library (I actually earn quite a bit more that way) or you can pick it up for 99 cents. If you read on another device (Nook, Kobo, Sony, etc.), I’d love to send you a free ePub file. Please let me know your email address and I’ll get that right out to you.
A girl wanders the ancient forests of Andars, peering through misty groves swelling with nature spirits. Idonea hopes to hear whispers from the final resting places of the grandfathers and grandmothers, from the wind and from the trees. The Ancestors lead her to the wand she seeks, but not without great cost–and only after a bargain.
Rezzia’s legions occupy the hills of Andars for the next seven years, even as Rezzia’s war with Pawelon rages on. Yearning to send the Rezzians back to the desert, Idonea’s brother Skye grabs his axe and joins their father at the Hall of the Ancestors. Skye’s father channels his own father’s spirit for guidance, and a Rezzian atrocity is revealed.
A reluctant drummer begins sounding the end of the world.
The primordial Orns, Fidelity, Angst, and Wrath, have seen all of this before. Driven by Andaran suffering, Wrath searches for an instrument … a woman of the wood, a woman of power.
Thanks for reading my blog. I hope you’ll enjoy this one.
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