There’s nothing quite like adding a new book to your ereader/tablet… am I right?
So to celebrate that ‘fresh n’ new’ feeling, and what is shaping up to be an excellent year for the fantasy genre (including the upcoming release of the final volume in the Rithhek Cage Trilogy), you can (for a limited time) grab the first two books – The Cloudstone Key and The Peregrine Prophecy [US Store/UK Store]1 – on Amazon for only US$0.99 each! That’s a 67% savings off the regular kindle price of $2.99!
Three hundred years have passed since the Rithhek locked away a powerful evil; one threatening to end all life on Tholann. That peace is now in jeopardy. A prophecy revealed, arcane and martial forces are gathering to eradicate three centuries of history and assume dominion over all of Tholann – unless Karsen Morgate does something to stop it.
For those of you who I haven’t met (if one can say such a thing on a blog) and would like to know what this is all about… the setting for the Rithhek Cage trilogy – Tholann – represents years of worldbuilding, plotting and developing; all taking place before the first word was typed. I did this not only to ensure that I had a sense of the arc of the entire series, but to bring you the most entertaining fantasy adventure story I could, from the first page through the last. Both of the books above were published in 2013, with the final installment expected to hit the shelves in a few months time (more on that later)!
I hope you decide to give the books a try – as an indie author, it would really mean a lot to me. There really is no greater reward than knowing my books are out there in the world. Here’s hoping some of you might even enjoy them!
ps – by all means, please feel free to dip your ereader/tablet in the water before you decide to dive in: pick up A Reader’s Guide to Tholann for FREE!
1 – Amazon has told me that those of you trying to access the promotion for The Peregrine Prophecy from a country other than the US or the UK, may not be able to see it on the Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk Kindle Stores. I’m not sure why this is… and I hope they find it in their hearts to change it someday. Us Canadians, Australians, etc like deals too!