I’d hoped to have this book out last year.
Then it became April of this year.
Yeah, not all of it was me, but some of it was. At last, I just had to knuckle down on this book and get it out.
I decided it was the best I could do considering all the circumstances.
Of course, the moment I pressed the button to release it, I had a thought about something I should have added in. Typical. That was yesterday.
Today, I had another thought about something I should have done. Yes, that was something I really should have put in. It would have been really good.
Not going back. I’m not going to change it. I’m going to tuck that information away in my subconscious and maybe it’ll get used another time. But I’m going to look forward. The book is the best that I could have done at the moment I pressed the button.
This book has had so many lags and waits in it that I am a better writer now. I have to let it out. And let it go.
What book am I talking about?
Long time followers of this blog have heard me talk about it a lot, and grow quiet about it as it sat waiting for me to get it through the publishing.
Moonhunter has taken flight.
For a limited time, it will be $3.99 for the ebook. Find your copy from these retailers at books2read.com/dragons-of-wellsdeep or on my website at www.morningskystudios.com — paperback version is also available. If you order a paperback from me, please note that I will not be getting my copies until November 1st.
Fly free, Moonhunter.
About the book:
Born a champion. Destined for even more.
Moonhunter’s dragon mother gifted him the last of her magic when she died giving birth to him and left him in the hands of his dragon brother, Balthier, to train.
But when a botched recovery mission leaves Moonhunter and Balthier hiding information from each other, it jeopardizes the next assignment, one that Balthier himself already failed once.
Now Balthier faces the demons of his past and the prospect of Moonhunter leaving him, while Moonhunter no longer has Balthier’s tough protection keeping him from those who want to use Moonhunter’s special powers. Separated, they must both draw deep down on their individual strength reserves to survive this operation. Even dragon born can die.
Welcome to the Wells of the Onesong, where not even sanctuaries are safe and lies held silent can tear even the tightest of dragon brothers apart.