The book’s internal artwork was created by the wildly talented Ryan Allen. I’m still blown away by the beauty of this frozen tree and the gorgeous map of Poas.
Thank you to Michigan artist Jim Williams for the beautiful work on the book’s cover art. It shows Castle Dracon in the early years when Perith was still a small town outside the southern gates.
Realms of Terswood is now available in the Kindle store or paperback on Amazon!
Final edit is complete. Physical and Kindle versions are formatted. Prepare to enter Poas.
With the feedback from my editor, I have planned major changes to the book. Moving chapters around, removing characters and side plots while beefing up others, and streamlining the plot. It means going through all 62 chapters of the book and gutting a lot while writing as much new content back. I still feel I’mContinue reading “Lots of Work Ahead but Still on Track”
I ordered a new proof of the paperback and received it today. The cover now show much more clearly the amazing work of Jim Williams. I worked out some other spacing and kerning issues throughout the book. A week from today, the actual editor, Shannon Roberts, will get the manuscript and begin her work. I’mContinue reading “Prepping to Edit”
I had hoped to resolve everything in a single book but the world and characters were too much to introduce as well as complete the full story arc of Ruvaal’s plans. I am working on book two, which will have Alishia growing more into her powers and continue the ancient Mraasil’s scheme. I had theContinue reading “Book two coming along”
I’ve read the manuscript again and have made all the changes I’m going to make! That is, until the editor gets a hold of it in two weeks and tells me what needs to happen. I debated contracting a professional editor but decided to do it, in the end. Realms of Terswood represents twenty yearsContinue reading “Finished with another edit”