Stone of the Sea
Have you been wondering what the young shapeshifter, Zadeki, and the twins, Delvina and Retza are up to? At the end of October I released the next instalment, novella 3 of the Under the Mountain series. The Crystal Heart may be saved but the people under the mountain are running out of food, while strife and disaster bubble beneath the surface.
A desperate journey into the unknown
Food is scarce, the Glittering realms in chaos and solutions fast disappearing. Twins Delvina and Retza have always stood shoulder to shoulder. Will new challenges pull the twins apart? Will they, and their shapeshifter friend, Zadeki, find food before the people under the mountain starve?
Join Delvina, Retza and Zadeki as once again they face their fears and rescue a realm.
Stone of the Sea is the third novella in the Under the Mountain series. It is set in the world of Nardva.
Start the Journey
If you haven’t started the thrilling adventures under the mountain, don’t worry. For the month of November only, the ebook of Heart of the Mountain & Blood Crystal (the first two novellas) are available for 99c USD each. Both are also available in print, if that’s your preference.
Adele Jones, Lynne Stringer and I had a great time at Supernova Gold Coast in April. We will be at the event in Brisbane – in 2 days time – November 9-11 – under the banner of Rendered Realms. Adele has a fantastic techno-thriller trilogy set in Brisbane while Lynne’s Sci-Fi Verindon triology takes us out of this world. I’ll have my books – tales of Nardva. If you are in the neighbourhood, drop in on our stand (59) and say hello.
I usually some of my 5 star reads in my monthly newsletters, along with cover reveals, new releases, giveaways etc. At the moment, I sending Ruhanna’s Flight: a short story on sign-up.
In the pipeline
I’m editing novella 4, Shadow Crystals and the final novella Caverns of the Deep, hopefully for release the end of this year or early next.
My apologies for the delay on Rasel’s Song, the sequel to Akrad’s Children. As I explained in my last post, this has been a intense year. It is coming in 2019 for sure.
And I’ve lined up an interview with Adam David Collings about his space opera Jewel of the Stars for the next post.
I appreciate each one of my readers and hope you enjoy my books as much as I enjoy writing them.