|More universes than you can poke a story at.|
So, the first competition has been run and won. Christian Meyer is going to be a dwarf engineer in An Army of Heroes. And all he had to do was send me proof of purchase from either the entire series of The Tribes of the Hakahei (the omnibus edition is fine) or from both The Age of Heroes and The Brightest Light.
The competition went so well that I'm doing it all again. Entires for this round close at the end of August. So send me your proof of purchase and go in the draw. All of the books are now available in Kindle Unlimited so I'm not sure how you would go about showing me you read the books. If somebody could let me know, that would be great.
I'm pretty much done with the first draft of the final book in The Last Great Hero. When I am actually done with An Army of Heroes, I'll be going straight back to A History of Magic.
My 366 poems in 366 days challenge is still going, which is totally unbelievable. I have decied that I'm going to make a book when it's all done. There will be illustrations and everything. Seeing I'll be the one doing th illustrations, they won't actually be very good, but they will be there.
So, I'm having another competition to give away one of them. There are several ways you can enter. 1- Comment on any entry on on
my blog. 2- Share one of my blog posts on Facebook. 3- Share on
twitter. 4- Reblog. And that it. Doesn't cost you anything at all. And
quite possibly you'll have the only copy of Leap Year that will exist outside my house. Go to my blog here and have a read.
After a decade exiled to a small piece of farmland that flies the quietest windlanes, Kade is thrust back into a criminal underworld of death, corruption, shady deals and dirty deeds.
Before he knows it, he's in over his head, chasing a piece of crystal technology the likes of which the world has never seen. A piece of technology that could change everything. And all he has to keep him alive are his pistols and his wits, neither of which have been used in a long time.
But it's just like old times. He doesn't know who to trust. He doesn't know who's on which side. He doesn't even know which side he's on any more.
All Kade knows for sure is that murder and mayhem aren't what they used to be.