Burning Rose Cover Reveal

If you’ve been following this blog (or my reviews on Goodreads) for the past year then you know I’m a fan of Hope Ann’s retold fairy tales. Legends of Light is an interlocking series of epic fantasy adventures with underlying allegorical themes, and I’m very pleased to show you the fantastic cover she’s just revealed for the upcoming box set of her first three tales, titled Burning Rose. This is one of the best covers I’ve seen in a while. I absolutely love it!

If you want to learn more about Burning Rose, visit Hope Ann’s site – she’s offering a free prequel to the box set, which should whet your appetite for more!

Cover design by Kate Flournoy.The Burning Rose

January Sale – Happy New Year!

Through the end of January, my two full-length novels will be on sale for $0.99 (as in cents, not dollars!) on Amazon. If you haven’t already, check them out and let your friends know!

Dragon Slave is a retelling of The Pilgrim’s Progress as a contemporary portal fantasy story with allegorical overtones. It’s appropriate for readers from middle school and up, and asks: What happens if the pilgrim doesn’t want to make any progress?  Dragon Slave is available in e-book format on Amazon.

Monster is a contemporary re-imagining of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley’s blackly comic speculative novel Frankenstein, set within the context of western society’s interest in life extension through science. If the human race figures out how to bioengineer its way into immortal life, should we – no matter what the cost? Monster is available in e-book format on Amazon.

May you set out on the adventure of 2017 with hope in your heart!

Freebie at the End of October!

Monster (my retelling of Frankenstein) is scheduled to be available for free on Amazon in e-book format from October 29 thru November 2 (in honor of the fact that my version unfolds over Halloween).  If you haven’t read it yet then I hope you’ll download it for free, and if you know anyone who might be interested in a contemporary retelling of a classic story (in which nanotechnology and hubris run amuck, with unexpected results!), please pass the word along.