Showing posts from March, 2017

Ocean fantasy - new release! (Islesong #2)

Pirates, Sea-Dragons and oceanic fantasy! It's new release time again and I'm delighted to present for your reading pleasure, The Girl who Loved the Whales , the second volume in my Islesong series. Now, please remember that the first volume is in its second edition - you need to read the last 3 chapters of The Girl who Sang with Whales (at least) or you may be confused. Please update your Kindle. This tale is a journey from darkness into light, a formative and ultimately beautiful revelation of Zhialeiana's background and origins, and features another gorgeous cover from  Victorine Lieske . Swim away with The Girl who Loved the Whales today! (Sneaky confession: I have already finished drafting book 3 as well - that's coming soon too) Singer of Sea-Dragons. A terrible secret possesses her soul. Yet, the journey into darkness has barely begun. For the powers of nightsong, of dread and terror and pain, have laid claim upon the life-current of a girl with a m

Keepers of the Wellsprings: Guest Post

In today's guest post I am delighted to introduce the work of Missy Sheldrake, an author/illustrator of no small talent, author of The Keepers of the Wellsprings epic fantasy. The artwork is simply gorgeous - here's a picture of one of the characters, Flit:   Now, without further ado, let's hear from Missy herself: I’m so excited to announce the fourth book in my Keepers of the Wellsprings series: Call of Hywilkin , which will be released on Amazon March 3! If you haven’t read the previous books yet, read on for a quick crash course on the series. On release day, March 3, I’’ll be offering books 1-3 free to celebrate the release of book 4! (Marc says: Over   here )     When I started writing and illustrating this series, I really wanted to tell a story that was rich with fantasy, but not overly dark or mired with war and violence. I wanted to show the light side of fantasy: the cheerful, magical, uplifting side which I always drink up whenever it emer