Anyone who has tried to work while going back to college can tell you it's hard to find time for anything else. Making time to write and edit and promote books isn't easy, but it isn't something I do for money or fame. Though I certainly wouldn't turn down a bit of extra cash right now. That going to school stuff is expensive. Do you know they expect you to pay for the privilege of doing homework and not having a life?
Kidding aside, my books are a labor of love and one I refuse to give up. So, with that in mind, I have somehow managed to release a new book into the world.
I have to admit, one of the best things about publishing a book is getting to work with so many great people, including an array of beta readers, my format designer, and my wonderful editor at Chimera Editing. My favorite part, however, outside of writing the book itself, is seeing the cover come to life. I was fortunate to work with an incredibly talented artist, Robert Crescenzio, on this book (as well as some other projects that I can't wait to share with you).
After over a century imprisoned in stone statues, the dragons have devised a plan to regain their freedom. Unbeknownst to humankind, they placed the power to begin that process in Dephithus, the beloved heir to the throne of Imperious.
Followers of the daenox—a dark power that was also imprisoned—have learned of the dragons’ plans.On his sixteenth birthday, they give Dephithus a cruel gift of their own. A gift meant to thwart the dragons. A gift that will change his life, and his world, forever.
*This story contains a plot line involving sexual assault that may be difficult for some readers.*