Onesong – Chapter 32

Onesong has grown to that point where I will definitely be splitting it into two books at least.

I’m having a lot of fun because when I wrote the initial story, I knew I was having end-of-book-itis, the dreaded syndrome of wrapping up a book too quickly. As I reflected on it, I knew that I had so much more to put in. I’m still debating on how far I want to go, but I trust the process enough to know that the book will tell me when it’s done. 

I just need to keep writing ahead of all you readers. (grin) But that’s part of the challenge.

Onesong is an epic fantasy story filled with action, adventure, and sword and sorcery. Chapter 32 is available for 1 week only! Then it will turn back into a pumpkin and a new chapter will appear! 

 

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Onesong

by Dawn Blair

Chapter 32

This chapter of Onesong was available for one week only and has now turned back into a pumpkin. If you missed it, click on the links below to find it or another great story to read. There’s also another free story or story excerpt somewhere around my blog – I try to post something new every Wednesday. Hunt the story down, read, and enjoy!

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Prince of the Ruined Land cover

The prophecy has been fulfilled: Steigan has returned.

Now his enemies try to take down the gates of Lilinar to capture him. There will be no escape for him this time and no saving his friends. He has nothing but the ruins around him.

And the advantage of a lifetime to plan.

Will it be enough to stop the threats retaking the land?

The fourth story in the legend of Dominus Steigan continues in this epic fantasy adventure in Prince of the Ruined Land.

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Onesong – copyright © 2017/2018 Dawn Blair

Published by Morning Sky Studios
Cover and layout copyright © 2017 by Morning Sky Studios
Cover design by Dawn Blair/Morning Sky Studios
Cover art “Looking Toward Yesterday” copyright © Dawn Blair

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