Book Reviews, The Stars Plot Revenge, & Listed News.
Updated: Dec 30, 2021
November Reading Wrap Up:
In November I participated in Indie TBR Nov, where over 100 indie authors gave away their books for free in exchange for an honest review ~ myself included with the Listed duology.
This month had some really great reads with The High Mountain Court by A.K. Mulford and Tin by Candace Robinson & Amber R. Duell being one of them.
The only book not in Indie TBR Nov was Cloaked in Shadow by Ben Alderson. This was a really imaginative adventure about elves and dragons. I loved this story and excited to continue with the series
Life in the Underground United States really freakin’ sucks. No freedom, no sunlight, and the whole place smells like armpit.
That‘s what life has been like for Sam and his little sister Ella for the past eight years, ever since the Draft took their parents. So pretty much hell. But at least they had each other.
Until they didn’t.
As if Underground life couldn’t get any worse, Ella mysteriously goes missing without a trace. Sam must now embark on a dangerous journey through the unknowns of the Underground to find her. But will he find her before it’s too late? Will a brother’s love be enough to save her?
You may have noticed Listed has a new cover which came into affect on December 1st. With that comes a new format, for the first time ever Listed is available in hard cover!
It is going to be in case laminate so no dust jackets but I feel this is the best option for this series.
Paperbacks in the new cover are coming soon and distribution to more countries in the hard cover format.
A lot of things have been happening behind the scenes with The Fallasingha Chronicles.
First, I have finalised the cover for The Stars Plot Revenge and that will be revealed on January 10th 2022 as well as its release date and blurb.
Second, I have finalised book 2 and 3's title, so now each book in this planned quartet has a title.
Currently deep into writing book 2 and participated in NaNoWriMo while writing it. Being a NaNo winner means we're right on track with book 2 and the first draft should be completed soon.
NaNoWriMo is national novel writing month, where writers are challenged to write 50 thousand words in 30 days. Something I've completed last year too. It is such a fun challenge.