“This Isn’t Your Typical Fairy Tale”

Thanks to Janelle Fila for her five-star review of Children of Pride for Readers’ Favorite:

This isn’t a typical fairy tale story, but it isn’t unnecessarily scary or gory either. It is a nice blend of sweet and caring with dark and scary, but never crosses the line into nightmare scary. I loved the characters and the fact that they always tried to do what was right and honorable whenever they could. Great job!

But you don’t have to take her word for it. Read Children of Pride for yourself!

Oak, Ash, and Thorn Is LIVE!

OAT_coverOak, Ash, and Thorn is now available through Amazon in both paperback and Kindle versions! My beta team worked extra hard on this one, and my design guy worked even harder not only to beat my self-imposed February 2 deadline but to smash it to smithereens! Thanks, everybody!

For now, the paperback is available for $8.99. After Christmas, I’m going to experiment with opening up additional distribution channels, which will necessarily (and unfortunately) boost the price a few dollars. I think the price will still be reasonable, but if you know you want a hard copy, let me suggest you get it now at a better price than you’ll find next month.

Oak, Ash, and Thorn Available This Week!

The paperback version will be available through Amazon in another day or two, with digital versions coming shortly after that! Merry Christmas!

This novel, third in the Into the Wonder series, will also give readers their first bird’s-eye view of the faery geography in which most of the action takes place, thanks to my awesome design guy, Dave Jones:



Oak, Ash, and Thorn is actually progressing ahead of schedule! I’m not ready to promise it will be available for Christmas, but it will almost certainly be ready sometime in January.

The Into the Wonder series will also soon be graced with its very own fantasy world map! There are just a few little tweaks left to make, and it will be ready for the world. Look for it both here on the website and in Oak, Ash, and Thorn.