Preorder Dreamwalker for Amazon Kindle

dreamwalkercoverdraft5 I know, I know, it’s been a while. I’ve had a lot of changes in the past year, and I hope for many more good things to come, including a lot more writing! Children of Fire’s fourth installment is well underway and I will provide some updates on that front soon, but in the meantime I am releasing an unrelated short story this weekend! You can pre-order it for your kindle for only 99c!

Dreamwalker is part of what I think will be a three-pronged anthology consisting of two short stories and one full-length novel, all set in the same world. While they will each be fully independent of one another and enjoyable on their own, there will be linking events and references that I hope will make for a richer experience. I’m really excited to see how this one turns out! You can watch the book trailer I made below.

Dreamwalker: A Short Story

“He has dreamed the same scene every night for almost twenty years. Sometimes he is standing over his wife’s body, other times he kneels beside her as she gasps softly, clinging to each breath. At times they are in a cave, a house, or the depths of some enemy’s dungeon. The runes glow red, silver, green, or not at all. Sometimes there is a knife in his hand. The details change and shift, all but the scent, and when he finally gets it right he’ll remember what truly happened and where he went wrong.”

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Cover Art Rework, Part II

Proof copies are on their way. I’ve reworked covers for Children of Fire and Beginning Stones, which has been a lot of fun and good practice. I’m really looking forward to having them all with a matte finish cover.

Beginning Stones

For Beginning Stones, the title font was always an issue for me. I’m still not sure if I’m happy with it. I also wanted to make sure that the background really showed up. CreateSpace tends to print things a little on the dark side, but I wanted the detail of the stone floor to be more visible.

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I also added text to the spine, which will hopefully be centered. We’ll see!

Thoughts for this one?