I’m very excited to announce the ebook version of Keepers of Arden: The Brothers Volume 1 is available on Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, iTunes, and coming very soon, Kobo. Keep checking back on the My Books tab for updates on where you can purchase Keepers of Arden.
Now, as crazy as this sounds, I’d like to suggest to those interested in purchasing Keepers of Arden to hold off for a bit. Once I approve the print proof of the book, I’ll be running a little ebook promotion geared towards a charity of my choosing. Hopefully, it won’t be too much longer (another week or two if everything goes well with this last proof). I’ll be sure to post here when the promotion starts and I’ll be doing some giveaways for a signed print of Keepers of Arden. So stay tuned!
As for book 2, I’m in my second to last final edit before I ship it off to a professional editor. I’m rather excited about it. To give a juicy little tidbit, Salvarias uncovers one of the powers mentioned in book 1 and it’s anything but benevolent. Wilhelm also discovers a long forgotten power of his own. Not to mention, both brothers will confront something horrible from their past. Though book 2 is longer than the first, it spans a mere 3-4 months compared to book 1’s eighteen years.
I would like to apologize for missing my usual post on Monday. Vacation robbed my reading time and tossed me in disarray. I’d like to say I’m getting back on track, but that’d be a terrible lie. May and the early part of June will be insanely busy and I fear I’ll miss more posts in the future. So, I apologize for those in advance.
I’m beyond excited for Friday, June 6th when I’ll be going to Phoenix Comicon and meeting two amazing authors: Patrick Rothfuss and Zachary Jernigan. For those of you who follow my blog, you might remember that Mr. Jernigan is the founder of SSFFHWA, a group I’m very honored to be a part of. I just got the hardback of No Return and he’s promised to sign it when I meet him. Hopefully I’ll be able to get my tongue to work and carry on a half-intelligent conversation with him. As for Patrick Rothfuss, I also received hardbacks of The Name of the Wind and A Wise Man’s Fears. I’m not sure I can get them signed, but I certainly hope so. Shamefully, I admit I haven’t read A Wise Man’s Fears because I don’t think I could manage it without having the last book in hand. So I’m waiting. Not sure how I’ll explain that if I get a chance to talk to Mr. Rothfuss. Regardless, I’m ecstatic that I’ll have an opportunity to meet them both.
That’s about all I have for now. Stay tuned for further updates and some more book reviews.