Saturday, September 12, 2015

Looking for the other side of the rainbow

Hey all. I know it's been a while since I last updated. A lot has gone on. Some of it is day job related, including a temporary reassignment to kitchen duty. Other aspects are family and personal.

I do, however, have some news to share. Tarragon was previously considered by an agency for representation, but they have passed on the possibility. However, Jolly Fish Press seems very interested in the story and they are currently giving it a good read. I don't know what they will say just yet, but I thought you should know.

If they do not send an offer, passing as the agency did, I will be publishing the series in the same manner that I have my previous two books, completely Indie. I'm already working on cover ideas in the off chance they don't want to publish. And if that route is the one I end up taking, the release date will remain the previously announced time in April of 2016. I will try to give more information on this as I am able to do so.

In the meantime, I'd like to offer up this bitty for you.

For hundreds of years, the gates of Tarragon have been sealed from the outside. Prophecy speaks of the day the last Key Keeper will return and wake the dragons from their spell-cast slumber, returning them to their rightful home.
Seeking to fulfill her father's dying wish, Anwen Porter travels to the Drakonii Mountains where she meets Tyler, a mysterious local with a secret. With his help, she learns more about her clouded past and her own abilities. But when Courtney, a lovesick mage, tries to insert herself into their plans, things begin to go horribly wrong.
With death threatening at every turn, Anwen must learn to rely on her newfound friends to survive. But how can she unravel the mystery of her heritage when everything is trying to kill her?

Also, if you would please send good wishes and vibes my way. It's been a really tough past month, with hospital bills piling up, and learning that my only living grandfather has cancer... It's definitely been a roller coaster year. I'm looking for that other side of the rainbow. But if anyone has a pot of gold they're willing to give me, I'll take that instead.

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