What is it about? Watch the trailer. This is where the story continues.
Coming in the latter part of next year are both Serpent of the Shangrove and Chalice of Shadows, in that order. This is confirmed so I may put in a few snippets here and there.
Serpent of the Shangrove is the sequel to Darkspire Reaches and Chalice of the Shadows is book three in the Shadow series. Personally, I am dying to see what sort of covers they get, and yes, I am expecting stunning. Perhaps there will be a book 3 to Raven and a book 4 to Shadows? I am working on those concepts.
Now for play. I have been putting together a science fiction book, which was fun. Also in the works are a paranormal fantasy and an urban fantasy. Don’t know why. They just worked out that way. These will be on the back burner, to be picked at when time allows, so they are just for fun at the moment. Maybe I will raise a page with snippets out of each and readers can vote for the one they like best? Something to think about in the New Year.
Also possible early next year is a big raffleopter. I have swag and I can do signed copies, but I need time to put it all together. And yes, I am taking time out to be with my little grandsons. They are only that small once and they are growing fast.
After Shadow Over Avalon, there is Sword of Shadows. The journey continues. What is the second book about? Check the trailer.
Sword of Shadows, the second book in the Shadow series is now live. If you haven’t read the first book, Shaoow Over Avalon, it is still on promo for 99c USD
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5.0 out of 5 stars Splendid Fun!, 17 Aug 2014
This review is from: Shadow Over Avalon (Kindle Edition)
I grew up reading stories about King Arthur and the knights of the round table. I loved those stories and, to be honest, was hesitant about reading this book because I was resistant to any new stories, especially a science fiction story. Boy was I wrong and boy am I glad I read this! The author, C. N. Lesley, does a fabulous job mixing fantasy and science fiction with the Arthurian theme. She breaths new life into a classic character while remaining true to the spirit, passion, and values portrayed in the classic tales. Lesley’s prose is masterful. Her descriptions place you solidly in the scenes and the characters come to life in your mind. There is plenty of action and adventure, along with the other important human elements. If you are anything like me you won’t stop reading until it is done. I highly recommend this story and intend to look for other books by C. N. Lesley!
Happy Monday me!