I’ve had a few readers tell me they’ve had difficulty finding my latest book in the Song of Sorcery series. I found out why. Morgan Rice wrote a gazillion books on The Sorcerer’s Rings. It is a middle grade fantasy, at least the first book in the series. Anyway, it always comes up first on an Amazon search on the search ‘A Sorcerer’s Rings’. My book may be on the second or third page. That might improve with more sales, but I have no idea if it will.
If you want to find A Sorcerer’s Rings, you can just put in ‘Antibes The Sorcerer’s Rings‘ and it should come up just fine. Enough people have found the book to buy over two hundred copies in the first few days. Thanks to you all.
I’ve just started on A Sorcerer’s Fist. More of the same coming your way in less than two months.
A Sorcerer’s Rings is now up on Amazon.com. The paperback book is about ready to go, as well. Here is the cover for the paperback. You can read the blurb if you’ve got a large screen. One more book in the Song of Sorcery series: A Sorcerer’s Fist. It should be out end of May, beginning of June.
The Song of Sorcery books have done well and it’s all because of readers who, I hope, like my books. Thank you all.
The Warstone Quartet: Moonstone, Sunstone, Bloodstone, Darkstone, have been lightly edited for spelling and grammar and released on Kindle Unlimited. This is another series that can now be read for free for those who subscribe.
A Sorcerer’s Rings is currently in editing, anticipating an early April release. The cover is already done. If you haven’t noticed I’ve never shown Ricky’s face. It’s a theme. He is all yours to make up. The woman in the picture is not Princess PIra but a blonde version of Mara Torris. It is a confrontation that happens in the book.
The fifth and final book in the series is coming up next: A Sorcerer’s Fist.
I’m happy to announce that A Sorcerer’s Diplomacy, the third book in the Song of Sorcery is now available on Amazon kindle. The paperback will be out in mid-march. If you’d like to get a copy you can at this link: Amazon
Here is the blurb:
Back at Doubli Academy, Ricky finds new acquaintances and a new pastime. However, all is not bliss as circumstances converge making it impossible to avoid confronting his nemesis, Duke Noacci, the man Ricky suspects of killing his parents. While on a school break, he finds himself in the middle of two powers ready to go to war. Ricky must make life-altering decisions as he struggles to save himself and his new friends.
The editing is about complete. The cover is done. Most of the manuscript technical work is finished. A Sorcerer’s Diplomacy is due out at the end of the week (sometime between February 22nd and February 26th.)
The book was fun to write especially a new character, alluded to in the first books is brought to life.
By the way, I’m already more than a third finished with book four, A Sorcerer’s Rings.
I thought I’d let everyone know that the first draft of A Sorcerer’s Diplomacy was finished a minute ago. Whew! I’d say it’s a pretty complete first draft, so I don’t expect any major changes as I start my rewrites tomorrow.
Ricky’s story starts out a bit slowly, but as events rise and fall, everything heats up for an exciting end. So, on to rewrites!
My audiobook publisher, Podium Publishing, notified me recently that The Emperor’s Pet of the Disinherited Prince series has just been released. Those of you who use audiobooks can now hear the book. They are in the process of releasing all of the series.
After some negative comments about the cover for A Sorcerer Imprisoned (including my wife), I had the cover changed. It is now a different scene where there is a tragic fire. As you might notice, the same poses were used. Instead of holding a stick, Ricky is holding a pitchfork. Here it is:
I am happy to announce that A Sorcerer Imprisoned is done and in the process of being available for sale on Amazon. I am working on Book Three’s plotting and will start drafting right after Christmas. It is scheduled for release before the end of February.
Here is the official blurb:
Ricky Valian always dreaded the Juvenile Home in the city of Applia. Killing a member of the Council of Notables is enough to sentence him for a stay. The lord’s widow is anxious for revenge and Ricky has to scramble to stay ahead of people out seeking revenge. While there are strange things going on at the Home that will put him in peril, he finds a priceless treasure long forgotten at the Home. Can he stay alive long enough to save it?
The link to the book is here.
My manuscript has one more edit to go and the manuscript is in her hands. So, while I wait, I’ve approved the cover. This scene comes towards the end of the story.