The final book of the Cadis Trilogy is now available for your reading pleasure across all distributors!
War has come to Andvell. Enemy after enemy takes its place along the northern border, each one a terrifying result of dark magic and experimentation. In the face of the great army, Andvell’s resources are few.
As the enemy marches, unlikely hero Venn Connell must act or be lost in the flood — one final mission to end the war, no matter the cost.
Standing on the brink of devastation, Venn is forced to question her most deeply held beliefs and trust her friends to see her through the darkness.
Spread the word via social media, shout it from the rooftops, perform some interpretive dance on the streets – you might cross my path doing all the same things. I’m beyond excited.
To celebrate the wrap-up, I hosted an online launch party on the Book of Face, and the content that came out of the event blew me away with its creativity. My readers are the best.
Kate Sparkes, my wonderful author friend, brought along her bear, Walter, who took the leap into cosplay to show up to the party as Frey:
I awarded him Best in Show
We had a haiku competition:
Andvell Haiku why?
Home of Venn and forests high
Why don’t Haiku rhyme
– Mike Lowden
Venn can be stubborn
But she adapts to the moment
Just don’t call her cute.
– Gypsy Dee Taonax
A kiss is stolen
Jayden’s heart is entranced
– Luvy Mann
And a few people went for limericks:
There once was a girl from Andvell
Manners and breeding she lacked well
But give her a sword, and let her get bored
I promise, this will not end well
– Kat Armstrong Nicholson
There were so many great ones that I’ll have to put up an entire post next. Also, as a first for me, I recorded a bit of a book reading. I hope you enjoy a first look at chapter one of Bladelore!