That’s right! 😀
From now until Sunday, August 25th, you can read Huntress for free!
Her touch is poison… and you can uncover how the tale of Snow White might have unfolded in a cyberpunk, young adult dystopian world where the huntsman is a huntress.
I had a lot of fun writing this one, and this is the first time it’s been available for free to anyone who wants to read it (regardless of if you have a Kindle Unlimited subscription or not, or by being a beta-reader).
Of course, Changeling is in KU as well, so if you do have a subscription and decide you like Huntress, you can jump right in to Changeling, which is a Cinderella retelling that follows the events of Huntress.
A third book is planned, though still in the brainstorming phase.
Don’t delay and miss out. Grab Huntress now… and tell your friends if you know they’d enjoy it, too. 😀
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Remember that short story I was working on a couple weeks ago? Well, “Stone and String” is now available! 😀
In the world of The Wishing Blade, everyone is born with two strings of magic. One strand is life, and the other is death. Very few can manipulate them.
Among the Cantingen Islanders, children are tested for this ability during their first rites of magic, a ceremony which determines what magic they have and their future as a mage. But when Edyli’s little sister, Akymi, dies in an accident before those rites can occur, Edyli does the unthinkable. She uses magic to return Akymi to the living. As a result, she finds herself in a land of web-like strings… the afterlife.
Edyli refuses to give up seeing her sister’s first rites. With the help of a mysterious immortal and sheer determination, she has every intention of seeing her sister once more, even if it means incurring the wrath of Madia, the goddess of the dead.
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“Stone and String” is a short story based in the universe of The Wishing Blade series. Though the stories are related (“Stone and String” takes place at the same time as the events of Magic’s Stealing), “Stone and String” stands alone. While Magic’s Stealing takes place in Cirena, and focuses on ribbon magic, “Stone and String” takes place on the Cantingen Islands and focuses on string magic and word magic, with a healthy dose of the Cantingen language.
I’m currently testing out KDP Select, so the ebook is only available from Amazon. But since it’s enrolled in Kindle Select, that means it can be borrowed if you have Kindle Unlimited.