Ethan has tracked down the sword Excalibur to an ancient tomb now controlled by the orc nation. They will let him see it, but he just has to do one simple task: Talk to a rampaging dragon! Did they forget to mention that the shamans …
Ethan and his companions are recovering from the Tomb of Pendragon, but a new adventure calls. They have found an ancient journal belonging to the legendary wizard, Merlin, and it has directions to the ancient city. But dangers lurk on the road to Camelot and …
Ethan and his companions have returned to Hawkshead, but all is not well. Something is scaring away the animals in the area and wreaking havoc on the village’s food supply.
The villagers call on Ethan and his friends to find the problem and deal with it. All clues lead the group to the old abandoned mine and the tomb which the former mayor uncovered. What sort of magic or monster could scare away the animals, and what traps may still lurk in the tomb’s darkness?
When the tomb seals behind them, Ethan and the group have no choice but go forward into the depths and face whatever dangers lie at the heart of the tomb. But the tomb may no longer be empty, and its new residents don’t appreciate trespassers.
Now they must use all of their abilities and magic to make it out alive, and Ethan may have to make the ultimate sacrifice to save his friends.
It’s the last day of January and it’s snowing here in Pennsylvania tonight – and probably tomorrow. It’s been a very long month for me personally but I wanted to give you an update on what’s going on.
First, as you know the worse thing that happened in Janaury was the passing of Luna Lovecat, our beloved orange tabby. My heart is still heavy from her passing and it’s hard to write her name without thinking of her and missing her.
My writing laptop also gave up the ghost about a week ago so I’ve been scrambling to get a new laptop and get all of my tools and links loaded on it. At the moment, I think I have most things but lucky all of my writing is backed up in the cloud. Hopefully.
In the good news department, I signed the audiobook deal with JS Arquin to have audiobooks made for the Abduction Cycles series. That’s exciting and I’m happy that I will be able to offer them to the listening audience.
I also sent book 2 of the Abduction Cycles, currently called Library of Daemonium, to the editor, so it’s in his hands now. We’ll see what it looks like when it comes back and how much I need to rewrite/change.
Speaking of book 2, the artist and I started the cover for it. It features Ethan, Nia and a big, ugly monster they run into in book 2. So far, it looks great! I’m looking for a mid February release – hopefully.
I finished up the rough draft of book 3, tentatively called Tomb of Pendragon. I think it turned out great but it needs to go through re-write before I send it to the editor in February. Drop me a line if you want to be a beta/alpha reader.
Book 4, Ruins of Camelot, has been started and I just finished writing chapter 13 earlier this evening. I have some ideas for it so we’ll see how they turn out!
Some people ask how quickly I can write a book. Just to give you an idea, I wrote 48,282 words this month. That’s about average for me. So if you put that into book terms – That’s 2 months for a 96K book or a little over 2 and a half months for a 100K-120K book.
That’s it for January. Considering the bad things that happened to me this month, I’m really hoping February is MUCH better.
Thanks for everyone’s support! Feel free to drop me a line and let me know what you thought of my books.
Imagine waking up in a world where magic is real! One minute Ethan Gower was an average computer technician, playing online games with his friends. Now he’s been abducted and dropped into a strange world with others who have been taken from their homes. And …
Yes, I renamed the series to the Abduction Cycles. And, Book 1 – Village of Hawkshead has been released.
It is currently at #5 in the Arthurian Legends category up on Amazon and hopefully it will go even higher!
Check it out on Amazon right now!