March Updates, Cover Reveal, and Promotions!

Hello! It is March … and another Not-Art Saturday. I apologize for that, but I lost internet before I was able to schedule the post, so … well, next time. Hopefully.

In the meantime, March was an incredibly productive month. I’m more than three-quarters through Dragon-mage Book Three, and there will be a fourth book. I think I have titles for all of them, but I’m going to sit on those for a bit longer before revealing them. (As always you can check out my Works-In-Progress page to keep abreast of those and let me know what interests you.)

Additionally …

I decided the covers for the Legend of the Singer Duology books needed a re-make. They were done in something of a hurry back when I had far less idea what I was doing than I do now, and even when I made them, I knew they weren’t the covers I really envisioned for the books – the only problem was, I really did not know what covers I did want for the books.

These are closer, if not “the perfect and only cover,” and right now I think they are absolutely gorgeous, two of the most beautiful book covers in the world:

Children of the Dryads by Raina Nightingale, Legend of the Singer Book Two, a no-romance YA fantasy.
Children of the Dryads (Legend of the Singer, #1)
Sorceress of the Dryads by Raina Nightingale, Legend of the Singer Book Two, no-romance fantasy about half-elves, magic, and enchanted forests.
Sorceress of the Dryads (Legend of the Singer, #1)

Along with the cover re-make, I have updated the paperback interior of Children of the Dryads, so that it matches Sorceress of the Dryads, with beautiful formatting and custom scene-breaks to match the story. No other changes (other than a few typo corrections) have been made: if you have the book already, there is no need to buy the new one (though you can, if you like).

And if you haven’t read them, but are interested, you can see Children of the Dryads here.

And Sorceress of the Dryads here.

And … (of course?) I have more fantasy promotions and sales for you!

If you want …

Free Noblebright Fantasy Tales

You can check it out here! Among others (some of them on my TBR list) you will find my very own Gryphon’s Escape!

If you’d like …

99cent Fantasy on Preorder

Check out the All Fantasy 99cent Preorder Sale which runs through the end of March! If you haven’t picked up Heart of Fire yet, you will find it there, among others!

Or maybe you would like to check out the

Gritty Fantasy Bookfest

Where you can find all sorts of fantasy, epic, dark, noblebright, some of it with Christian themes, but with that touch of gritty reality! My Epoch of the Promise novels are here, as well as Return of the Dragonriders. Check it out here!

And if you’re interested in …

Morally Grey March

Then feel free to check it out here! You will find characters who can’t decide if they want to be good or evil here – or maybe they don’t know what that is – or maybe it’s other people who can’t tell! Two of my Epoch of the Promise novels are present here, as well as some of the Outlaw Mage series that I have been enjoying so far! (You can read my review for book one here). So I encourage you to check this promotion out!

How was your February? I didn’t read a lot in February – as you can see I’ve been so busy – but did you? Did you find any new favourites? How do you feel about the coming of Spring?

If there’s anything else you’d like to ask me about my books or projects, or you’d like to share or chat about something, feel free to leave a comment below (or reach out to me privately via the Contact Form on the home page)!

See you again! May the Heartfire burn bright in your soul!

2 thoughts on “March Updates, Cover Reveal, and Promotions!

  1. izaforestspirit

    Last month I read ‘Blackheart’, a pirate romance by Raelle Logan and a dungeon fantasy adventure novel, ‘The Delve’ by Dan Fitzgerald. I really enjoyed both of them. Blackheart was unusual as I’ve never read a pirate romance before. I’m currently reading ‘The Witching Hour’ by Anne Rice.
    I’m more of a winter person but spring can be fun. The only thing I don’t like about it is the pollen allergies (I suffer from hay fever and an alder tree allergies). On the bright, it’s my birthday next week.

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    1. Yeah, if you have pollen allergies, I can definitely see that affecting one’s ability to enjoy Spring to the fullest!

      A pirate romance is it? If I were a bit more of a romance person, I would take a look at that!


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