Need something to read? Check out Sorceress Found by Lisa Blackwood

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Genre: Urban Fantasy with heavy Epic Fantasy elements.

Blurb:

When Gregory, a gargoyle and Avatar to the gods, wakes to a new life, he finds the female half of his soul is missing. He soon learns she has been captured by their oldest enemy—the Lady of Battles. And that ancient rival has forced his soulmate to be reborn as a vulnerable child.

To save her, Gregory will risk everything even if he must pay the ultimate price for his loyalty.

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Goodness My Brain (Ramble & Signed Book Raffle!)

Well, those of you still with me, may have noticed this year has been low in terms of production. It’s not specifically because of a lack of new writing, but juggling a few new aspects while trying to get back to work. So, here’s the other ramble I wrote. This is a very brief piece on some comparisons between bad guys in some popular stories.

I’ve got an audiobook for The Fiasco In News hopefully to start recording in Aug. If we can keep on track, it will be one of the funniest things I’ve ever listened to. I hope to work with Pavi (the vocal artist that did Continue Online #1) sometime in Sept to start recording the second book.

Here’s the vague plan for July itself. I want to start searching for artists that can redo the covers on Continue Online’s books. An actual artist taking care of the covers would make them stand out more and avoid the recycled clipart looks they have now. Somewhere in the middle of that, I want to finish drafting Royal Scales book 4.

However, I’m torn on releasing more content in the serial fashion. At this point, the first three books are ‘sample’ on my site (As is The Fiasco Book 1 now), so it makes it hard for new readers to get through the storyline and enjoy themselves. I’m not sure how valuable it is to people still out there. I’m leaning toward putting them up anyway, simply because it gives me a chance to sort myself out.

I have my April writing project done, the wife is going through it for first draft edits. We have a really short space western story that’s about 16k to post. There’s other stuff to get out one of these years when I’m sane…

As the final note, since the official release of The Fiasco is a month away, August 1st, we decided to host a giveaway for a signed paperback edition of The Fiasco In News! The contest is open to the US only (sorry! we will host a giveaway for the eBook version sometime after the August release date)

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Enter the giveaway here!

 

 

Anyway, if you have thoughts, give a shout. Otherwise, I’ll keep plodding along.

Summer Special: LEGACY (The Biodome Chronicles #1) $0.99!

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Worlds collide when a hacker from the near-future decodes a shocking death inside a psychological game of survival.

Siblings born and raised inside an earth-based experimental Mars biodome have only known a rustic medieval life rich in traditions and chivalry. Groomed by The Code, they have built a sustainable community devoid of Outsider interference– –until the unthinkable happens.

Cultures clash when the high technology of the Anime Tech Movement collides with the Middle Ages in a quest for truth, unfolding a story rich in mystery, betrayal and love.

REVIEW BLURBS:

“A captivating YA hybrid of sci-fi and medieval fantasy, mystery, and romance, Legacy opens The Biodome Chronicles series with divergent worlds on a carefully planned collision course.” — Chanticleer Book Reviews

“Jesikah Sundin is pioneering a whole new genre: near-future medieval fantasy with a cyberpunk twist…” — Selah J. TaySong, award-winning author of Dreams of QaiMaj series

“…This book was beautifully written. It was detailed, immersive, and had a subtlety that I cannot help but be impressed by.” — Kookie Krysp Reviews

AUTHOR BIO:

jesikah-sundin-author-2-square-e1436908785364Jesikah Sundin is a sci-fi/fantasy writer mom of three nerdlets and devoted wife to a gamer geek. In addition to her family, she shares her home in Monroe, Washington with a red-footed tortoise and a collection of seatbelt purses. She is addicted to coffee, laughing, and Dr. Martens shoes … Oh! And the forest is her happy place.

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Continue Online #1 Audio book sale

This morning, I checked Audible website to see how the book is doing. It seems to he on sale.

Edit: The sale is Whispersync or what have you. I guess it’s still cheaper to buy the eBook and the sync, versus buying the full audible version. Sorry everyone.

https://mobile.audible.com/pd/Sci-Fi-Fantasy/Memories-Audiobook/B071YPF4B8

Still Alive… Updates & A Ramble

This year has been a tough one. Without going into long winded details – since the controlled fall in Feb, I’ve been essentially subjecting myself to mental stress and an endless circle of back problems (Most, presumably stress related, I guess…knowing it and solving it are two different things.)

As such, a lot of issues I wanted to get out, weren’t. A lot of chapters I wanted to finish, weren’t. I have done the following; finished an 86k novel in a “Fantasy Apocolpsype” genre that is in need of editing. I wrote out a few rambles, one of which I’ll be linking to today (And this is the link). I’ve tried hard to at least be around and respond to people during the brief spurts of focus.

And again, I don’t want to whine (but oh god how I do) – but this year is balls.

The Fiasco’s Pre-order is out. My wife may have posted it. This means the free draft version on this website WILL BE REMOVED ON OR BEFORE AUG 1st. This is your warning.

There’s going to be an audiobook version. I think, if we find the right voice, that it’ll be hilariously funny. I was reading the proof and laughing at my own book – pretty sure some other guy wrote these funnier bits. Maybe one of the editors stuck in some standup comedy gold.

Anyway, I plan on offering up free copies of the audiobook at review milestones. I can do the same for Continue online if people are interested. I’d need some feedback from the audience… (so post below)

Thanks, those of you out there who take the time to read these posts, and continue to stick with me for more content. It means a lot.

Book Review: Her Majesty’s Wizard by Christopher Stasheff

Today’s review is a portal fiction, one of the originals that got me started years ago. Her Majesty’s Wizard—book one in a fun series.

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If you’ve been a long-time fantasy reader, but have never touched the Wizard in Rhyme series —then you need to back up and give this one a go. Seriously, look at the first book. I started with one later in the series, then picked up the first one. It was very enjoyable.

Continue reading here.

 

T.V. Show Review – River

Time for a Television show review. River, not about rivers, but a detective named River.

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Hold onto your horses, I’m about to go full on frothing at the mouth, soapbox, ranting homeless guy on a street corner at you. River’s acting is fan-forking-tastic. I’m not kidding. There are a few reasons but it’s mostly the acting.

Continue reading here.

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