Meet Philip

With the first book in my trilogy The Reinhold Chronicles approaching in just a few months, I’m getting more and more excited to share it with you all. The Fiery Arrow is an exciting adventure story with characters who have been a blast to write. And as you know if you saw last week’s post, I’m starting to introduce those characters to you.

Last week, we met Arliss, the adventurous princess protagonist.

This week, I’m introducing my male lead, who is quite a contrast to Arliss.

Ladies and gentlemen, meet Philip.

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Meet Arliss

The publication of my next book, The Fiery Arrow, is fast approaching, so it’s time to start building some anticipation. This is the first book in a trilogy of Celtic-Medieval adventure novels following a young princess of the clan of Reinhold. I’m eyeing a late November/early December release, which means one thing: we’re exactly three months out.

You now have my official permission to be excited.

As we get closer, I will be putting up weekly posts with hints, clues, and big reveals (including an eventual cover design).

For the month of September, I will be introducing you to a few of the book’s key characters. And who better to meet first than the protagonist?

(In case you missed it, I suggest you check out the story synopsis first!)

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The Fiery Arrow—story synopsis reveal!

As promised in my last post, I’m revealing the official (working) synopsis for my upcoming novel The Fiery Arrow. I’ve been dropping hints about it for a while: it’s a medieval adventure story, it involves archery (duh), and such. This, however, should give you all a bigger picture of what the story will be about. Enjoy!

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The journey to publication

Well, it’s here. Publication year for The Fiery Arrow, first installment in The Reinhold Chronicles trilogy.

I’m aiming for an autumn release (to match the setting of the book)—so expect to see copies floating about sometime in October. Ten months seems like a long time, but I know for certain it will fly by what with editing, design, and all that lovely whatnot.

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