Meratis Trilogy, Book 2: EVENTIDE

Well everyone, I’ve taken the next (and possibly most stubborn) step in bringing you the next book of the Meratis Trilogy. It’s true. The blurb is done.

And now the serious face can go away and I can get excited to share it with you! The response to Evensong has been out of this world. More than I could have imagined, and I have all of you to thank who took the time to read, review, blab to your friends. I couldn’t be more grateful to my readers.

Which is why today I’m going to give the blurb to Eventide RIGHT NOW!!

Six months after he returns from his fictional world of Andvell, Jeff Powell is still plagued by nightmares, and an inability to write anything new. Cursed with permanent writer’s block, and on the verge of losing the woman of his dreams, he feels his life can’t get any more complicated. Until he comes home to find Jayden and Brady in his apartment with news that the evil sorcerer Raul is in Montreal.

In their search for the now-powerless villain, they find themselves cast back into Andvell, tasked by the Sisters with finding Raul before he regains his power and destroys the world.

As far as Jeff is concerned, he has greater issues. Cassie has a new admirer, his characters are keeping secrets, and he has become the target of a silent assassin. Without his creativity, Jeff doesn’t know if he’s up to the challenge. If he wants to save his world from ruin, he needs to prove he has more to offer than his imagination.

Like what you see? I’m looking for reviewers! Eventide is currently with proofreaders to weed out those last minute typos, but over the month on May, I want to send out some eARCs – and I want to send one to you! If you’re interested. Email me at theravens (dot) quill (at) gmail (dot) com to request your copy.

Not sure if you want to take the plunge just yet? Why not sign up for my Newsletter and keep an eye out – I’ll be sending the first chapter in the next week. I promise the newsletter will not spam you – the sole purpose is to offer big announcements and occasional promotions, as well as to keep in contact with you lovely and awesome people!

And based on what I’ve seen of the Eventide cover art, I’m super close to revealing that as well ….



  1. Wow this is fab news. I REALLY enjoyed ‘Evensong’; I don’t read a lot of fantasy but it was great. 🙂 I would offer to read a review copy but I’m not that fast a reader – I tend to take 2 or 3 weeks to read a book, so I wouldn’t want to slow you down.


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