Akrad’s Children

It’s been a long time coming, but finally it’s here!

Cover reveal

Akrad’s Children

Four young lives bound together in friendship, love, rivalry and tragedy. A realm ravaged by civil war, a ruler scarred by betrayal, a legacy that haunts them all.

Caught between two cultures, a pawn in a deadly power struggle, Dinnis longs for the day his father will rescue him and his sister from the sorcerer Akrad’s clutches. But things don’t turn out how Dinnis imagines and his father betrays him.

Does Dinnis have a future among the Tamrin? Will he seek revenge for wrongs like his sister or forge a different destiny?

This is the first book in the Akrad’s Legacy series.

Akrad’s Children is available for pre-order 22nd September https://www.amazon.com/Akrads-Children-Legacy-Book-ebook/dp/B075BK8436/

Upcoming Events:

Futurevision launch

Fictional visions form the near to distant future
– who will we be and what challenges will we face?
Futurevision is an anthology with 20 stories by 20 Australian authors — including stories by Delia Strange, Matt Hellscream, Julian Green, Kasper Beaumount, Nola Passmore, Nyssa Baschal, Raelene Purtill and Jeanette O’Hagan.

Rendezvous at Alexgaia By Jeanette O’Hagan

In her last mission, Dana secured the Infinity Cube at the cost her partner’s life or at least humanity. Will Neon’s sacrifice be for nothing or will Dana be able to retrieve the key to the mysterious cube’s use?
Rendezvous at Alexgaia is set in the future of Nardva and is the prequel to the Chameleon Protocols trilogy.

 

The Futurevision launch is this Saturday (9th September) at Northlakes Library.  Spots have filled up – though, if you haven’t already booked,  you could put your name on the wait-list here.  It will be a great afternoon.

Oz Comic Con – Brisbane

YA spec fic authors Lynne Stringer (Verindon trilogy), Adele Jones (Baine Colton trilogy) and I have a stand tat this years Oz Comic Con 23rd-24th September. Love to see you there. To find out more check out Intricate Worlds here.

Fabulous Space Opera

Adam David Collings has released the first episode in his Jewell of the Stars series – Earth’s RemnantEarth’s Remnant is gripping novella that sets up series – a cruise ship in space fleeing from a sudden and devastating tragedy on Earth. I loved the characters, the action and the sci-fi elements in Jewell of the Stars: Earth’s Remnant. You can read my Goodreads review here.

It’s been a busy month or so getting ready for the release of Akrad’s Children and preparing for Oz Comic Con. More news soon.

Jeanette

10 thoughts on “Akrad’s Children

  1. Wow – Lots happening for you this month. You’ve done an amazing job of reducing your epic plot for Akrad’s children to that blurb. I’m in the process of writing mine at the moment, and it’s hard! Looking forward to the release. Also looking forward to reading your story in FutureVision. It’s amazing how you manage to tie most of your stories to the timeline of Nardva. Very clever. Am also halfway through Jewel of the Stars and enjoying it. I may even make it to Comic Con this year 🙂

    • Hi Nola – yes, it’s been a busy, but an exciting month. Trying to condense a novel into a few pithy sentences is certainly a challenge. I was struggling with it and but an interview question reminded of my original premise when I started writing Akrad’s Children 4-5 years ago & that helped. Looking forward to seeing you at the Futurevision launch and ComicCon 🙂

    • Thank you, Ruth. I’m thrilled that the blurb works and that it reflects the story. Thank you for recommending it. I greatly appreciated your input 🙂 As I said to Nola, it can be a struggle to condense a mighty tome to a few sentences.

  2. Your month sounds like mine except I’ve never done it before. A novel to be released about the same time as yours and a non-fiction to be released as a free ‘reader magnet’.
    Wonderful to see how you keep working and encouraging others.

    • Thank you Christine. Yes, it’s been a busy month and I’m still learning. All the best with the launch of your novel and the non-fiction piece. I know you’ve worked hard to make it the best it can be.

  3. What a news-packed post, Jeanette! How exciting to see the cover design of Akrad’s Children. (Sounds like a heart-rending tale.) I know you’ll be ‘Futurevisioning’ just about now. I trust it’s a great launch event. Looking forward to sharing the Oz Comic Con stand with you and Lynne. (Maybe I could read Adam’s new space opera novel between stand visitors? LOL)

    • Thanks Adele. The Futurevision launch went well 🙂 Adam’s new space opera is a great read – but hopefully we will be so busy at Oz Comic Con that we won’t have time to read it. Well, I’ve already read it LOL

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