Monday, May 20, 2013

Journey of Dominion

Today is the day! Sarah  is now Ilythra, the wanderer of legend. Isn't the cover awesome? I am so excited for you all to read this second book in the Triune Stones series. Journey of Dominion is available at Barnes and Noble, Amazon, and of course at Carina Press.

Friday, May 10, 2013

Epic Fantasy: Why is it so long?

This week is fantasy week at Here Be Magic. Today I'm discussing the length of epic fantasy. What do you think? Should epic fantasy keep in word counts in check or do you like the longer works of authors such as Tolkien, Martin and Lewis?

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Friday, May 3, 2013


It’s May!

And yes, I wanted to write this blog post three days ago, but well... best laid plans and all of that.
May holds some very important days for me. Today is my oldest daughter’s birthday. May 31st is my youngest daughter’s birthday; she’ll be one! She took her first step yesterday.

She’s my slowest walker but I think that’s because she’s smart. She knows what independent mobility means.  

And near the middle of the month, my husband and I celebrate our anniversary. 

This year, I also get to celebrate the release of book two of the Triune Stones series. Journey of Dominion comes out May 20th.

If book one was the birth of a legend, book two is the definitely the fall of a legend. One of the things that excites me the most about this book is that you’ll all finally get to meet Mohan. Mohan is probably one of my favorite secondary characters ever. He was intended for one short scene but ended up sticking with Ilythra until the end. Well, because that’s the kind of guy he is.

In the garden the sweat peas are in late full bloom. The azaleas are fading as well as the other early spring flowers. The irises have started blooming, all except the Japanese. My roses have exploded and there are tomatoes on the vine. The sudden heat killed even my heat resistant peas so it’s just the tomatoes and watermelon. Hoping a small garden will be easier to tend.

So what’s going on this month with all of you?