Yes, the Kindle and paperback versions of Daughter of Darkness are live and available as well as the Audio version in select stores (coming soon too all the rest, including Audible.) The new, updated edition expands the Heavenly Wars universe and sets the stage for book 3, Legacy of Lightning (coming next year from lake Scrawls Publishing.)
Daughter of Darkness
“It wouldn’t be the first time I’d been kicked out of heaven.”
After a thousand years in exile, the goddess Nott learned to live without interaction with the other Norse Gods. Hidden away amidst the devastation of a dead heaven, and working to aid the besieged mortals of Midgaard, Nott found peace. The night is her realm, and darkness her best friend. But war finds her. And her grandfather, Loki, wants her at his side when he conquers Asgaard.
Visions of the Night Goddess have haunted Tyr’s dreams for a millennium. Unjustly accused, she’d fled Asgaard before he could stop her. Now, circumstances offer him an opportunity to reconnect with the woman who’d walked away from the Golden Realm—the woman who’d eluded him for a thousand years, yet always haunted his dreams. But Nott’s family ties threaten to put the goddess on the other side, in a war that’s blazing across the heavens.
(Note: Don’t click the paperback tab from the Kindle page as that takes you to the old, out-of-print book. Use the paperback link above to get to the new book.)
I also would like to share a new release from a good friend. It’s a wonderful children’s book, just in time for holiday gift giving:
~ A new whimsical fantasy to give to that special child this holiday! ~
Available in ebook AND PRINT!
Frederick Fly-Catcher, Children’s Fantasy
“A fun adventure that was a hit with my nine-year-old!”
What happens when Frederick, a champion fly-catcher, is confronted with a human? After all, humans are dangerous! And worse, this human is carrying a thing of troublesome, powerful magic. What if Frederick can’t get it to stop?
This fast-paced chapter book will entice young readers to keep turning pages to find out what happens next. Connecting with Frederick’s frog’s-eye-view reminds children to treat all creatures with respect and to be open to friendships with new or different people.
Parents can use the story events as jumping-off points to talk with children about problem-solving and teamwork strategies as well as simply being kind.
Also a great book to read to children at bedtime!
“The best thing I could do was to relax and enjoy the ride, so that’s exactly what I did.”
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Universal link: https://books2read.com/u/4Ekjo0