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Fun news! The long-awaited Heritage by fantasy and paranormal author S. M. Boyce is now available. This is the third novel in the four-part Grimoire Saga series, so make sure you have books 1 & 2 before you dive in.
About Heritage Grimoire Saga #3
Kara Magari isn’t normal, even by Ourea’s standards—and in a world of shape-shifters and soul stealers, that’s saying something. To the royalty, she’s a loose cannon. To the masses, she’s a failure. But Kara’s arrival in Ourea started a war, and she’s going to end it.
An ancient isen named Stone takes an interest in Kara’s training, and it turns out he has more answers than he originally led her to believe. In an effort to unearth a secret that might end the bloodshed, Kara instead discovers an ugly truth about her family—and how much she has in common with an infamous mass-murderer.
Braeden Drakonin has slowly rebuilt his life after the betrayal that tore it apart. His father wants him dead, and frankly, his so-called allies wouldn’t mind that either. Private alliances are formed. Secrets are sold. Tension is driving the armies apart. A single battle will end this war, and it’s coming. Braeden may be a prince, but it will take more than that to survive. He must take the fight to his father’s door—and win.
Today I get to reveal a cover for a new series coming next year. So, here it is!
Dragonfly Warrior is a steampunk adventure like no other. It’s a dynamic mix of Asian and European mythology, the Wild West, martial arts, traditional fantasy, and high powered steam action that will keep you turning the pages.
Dragonfly Warrior is the first book of The Mechanica Wars, and will debut on January 6, 2014. Read the rest of this entry »
I’m very excited to announce that Foreign Identity has new cover art! This lovely new cover was created by Steven Novak. The book is a mixture of romance, suspense, and mystery, so we were trying to create something that conveyed all that. Check it out and let me know what you think. Do you think the vibe flows with one or more of the genres? What does the cover make you think the story is about? Read the rest of this entry »
J. Scott Sharp just released his first work – a Middle Grade novella called The Li5t of Five (currently it’s FREE, so grab your copy now!) I’m happy to welcome him to my blog today to talk a little about the inspiration behind the story and the themes he explores.
I was so excited when Rebecca asked me to write a guest post for her blog, first because she is so great…but also because I am a huge fan. A loved “Foreign Identity.” L-O-V-E-D- I-T! In addition, she is just about the kindest person I have met on social media. I just want to thank her from the bottom of my heart for letting me hijack her blog to talk about the question that I answer more than any other. Read the rest of this entry »