I have been out of the blogging loop for the past couple of months, but it has been for good reason. I spent the time labouring to get things finalized: dotting i’s, crossing t’s and making sure the cover is just right. I even skipped this year’s NaNoWriMo to get everything done. And now, I am proud to announce the release of my second novel, A Woman’s Scorn.
Book One of the Trials of the Chosen trilogy, A Woman’s Scorn tells the story of the Munaedaar Raftennon. The wizard made his first appearance in Knightfall as a secondary character. Now his mysterious origin is told, from his earliest childhood. You will learn of Raftennon’s humble roots and what made him an extraordinary young man, even before he became one of the few Chosen by the god of knowledge and magic. You will follow him as he discovers the worlds of spells, of love and of loss. Most of all, you will witness the events that led him down the road to a destiny that has yet to be revealed.
He made his choice, now he will pay!
A simple fisherman’s life was not in the cards for young Raftennon. The wonders of the Arcane Arts drew him in. He devoted his life to them, mastered their secrets. Now his peers deem him one of the most powerful mages in history.
The sacrifices he made to attain his strength did not seem too much to bear—until she decided payment was due. The cost will be high and he will have no choice but to suffer the consequences.
Will he be ready for what is to come?
Can he survive what is demanded of him?
Published by Lupyne Books, A Woman’s Scorn is but the first instalment of the spellcaster’s spectacular journey. The story will continue in The Daemon and The Lady, which has a tentative release set for the fall in 2016. The trilogy will conclude in TwinSoul, where everything will come together.
Stay tuned for the progress on my future works. I will keep the progress bars on this site updated so you know when to expect the upcoming novels. And do feel free to leave reviews, good or bad. We often need others to point out our flaws to us. And only by knowing we have them can we move forward to correct them.