Posts Tagged With: Wyld Magic

One Project on Hiatus, Another Book Resumed

Hello, everyone! I know that I’ve been a little scarce recently. I’d like to explain a little about what’s been going on. So, last year, I finally published the second Wyld Magic book. My plan after that was to immediately write and publish the third book in that series. In fact, it was my 2016 […]

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New Release: A Pride of Gryphons

After two years of writing, I’m very happy to announce that I’ve finally released the sequel to A Flight of Marewings. I hope you’re ready, because here comes the next book in the Wyld Magic series! A Pride of Gryphons Gryphons are deadly in small numbers. When wyld magic calls them to attack in great force, […]

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Excerpt: Korinna defies Galenos

I’m working hard on finishing the second book in the Wyld Magic series, A Pride of Gryphons. It’s been a little rough, since there are multiple characters and plot threads to keep track of, and I admit that I’ve had some false starts. (Don’t ask me about the dead end I wrote, or how fixing it […]

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New Release: The Duke’s Daughter

Today is the release of “The Duke’s Daughter”, a prequel to the Wyld Magic series. It’s a novella about Korinna before the events of A Flight of Marewings. I hope it helps to shed some light on her hopes and feelings before the death of her father overturns her life. Korinna is the daughter of the […]

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New Release: The Captain’s Wife!

Happy release day! “The Captain’s Wife” is now live on all stores. It’s been a long time coming, but the final episode of season 1 is here at last. Here’s the synopsis: Captain Mynta’s crew is surprised by a stowaway, Phi, who claims to be Mynta’s wife from her mysterious past. Although Mage Ameyron fears […]

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Map of Seirenia (Wyld Magic)

It’s been a long time coming. I’ve been drawing maps for my own use for years, but I was afraid that the quality wasn’t good enough to share or print. But I’ve finally pushed myself to create something for readers. It’s long overdue, but I’m proud to finally give you a map of Seirenia, the […]

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Camp Nano Update and Upcoming Release Schedule

I’m still on track for Camp Nano this month, so it looks like I will be finishing Miscreation episode 6 right on time. That means there are new releases coming soon. Here’s a schedule of what’s to come: May 6: Miscreation #6, “The Captain’s Wife”, and The Voyage of the Miscreation: Season 1 June 21: “The […]

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Another excerpt from The Egg Thieves (Miscreation #5)

Although I’m working hard on The Warrior Duchess for NaNoWriMo, I’m also finishing up this month’s episode for Miscreation, called “The Egg Thieves.” Stealing eggs turns out to be trickier than the warriors originally planned. But Aristia, the mage’s apprentice, has a surprising touch with the little monsters. Aristia followed the same path that the captain had […]

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Happy NaNoWriMo ’14

It’s November, and that means it’s time for another month of speed writing. This year, I’m working on a sequel to A Flight of Marewings, with the working title The Warrior Duchess. Korinna and Galenos, now married and ruling Kyratia, are finally working for the peace they’ve always wanted for their city–but rival cities are working against […]

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Preorder Available: The Trouble with Fangfrogs

Have you started reading The Voyage of the Miscreation yet? If the first episode gave left you wanting more, don’t worry! The second episode is coming soon . . . and you can already preorder it! In episode two, “The Trouble with Fangfrogs,” Captain Mynta and the other monster hunters have their first monster hunt with […]

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