Here’s a snippet of the Cover Image for Book 2 coming out soon. The cover is awesome! Many thanks to Robin Ludwig of Robin Ludwig Designs
The book will be out mid August – end August. I’ll Post again as the date firms up. I’m excited about this one! It’ll be available exclusively on Amazon in print and E-book format.
This weeks excerpt from Paladin’s Way ~ Alcine. Enjoy!
“Hey stinky!” He called to the large growling creature.
He expected it to shamble at him. It didn’t shamble. The thing charged him like a crazy fullback intent on tearing him in half. It moved so fast it covered the ground in a blur. It spun as it went around Damonus and avoided a vicious swipe of his powerful claws. The Zombie reached for Gib. As surprised as Gib was at the speed and agility of the thing he still brought the improvised Bo staff up, hitting the zombie with a solid thunk in the lower jaw. The jaw exploded in a spray of putrescent gore. Gib choked down a retch.
There was a flash of golden brown and Damonus landed with his front claws sinking deep into the flesh of the creatures back. Gib saw the flash of his guide’s fangs and in that instant met the cat’s eyes. Damonus looked decidedly unhappy at what he was about to do.
Have a great week!
Lee (And Cella)
This weeks excerpt. Hope you enjoy it.
The thing about the volumes of the books of prophecies was that they were written by prophetic seers which would ordinarily be fine except there were none of them left alive to interpret the passages. They were not in any form of chronology that her scribes could detect. The passages were frequently rife with double meaning or no decipherable meaning at all. A fact that never failed to provide a sea of rage upon which Alcine floated like an island. The volumes had been in existence for thousands of years and some passages spoke in future tense of things already past. They were frustrating to no end. The other thing that frequently gave fuel to Alcine’s anger was that for any except a prophetic seer to interpret the prophecies in these volumes carried an unpleasant side effect of slow, yet ever increasing madness. It made for reluctant students of the volumes at best. One of her best interpreters was, as a matter of fact, recently beginning to think he was a banana tree.
Wish you well,
Lee and Cella
Book 2 coming to Amazon this summer. This week’s excerpt. Enjoy!
Rex froze and was staring directly at the opening. A low, menacing growl was coming from somewhere deep in the massive chest of the dog. His ears had flattened back against his head and a ridge was running from the nape of his neck to the end of his tail which was standing straight out behind him. Rex crouched, which made him look a little crablike and was moving sideways out of the direct line of the opening. Gib felt an undefinable awareness that made the hair prickle on the back of his neck. And try as he might he couldn’t tell what it was about this thing that was spooking him. He just had a feeling that there was something waiting behind that plane of light. It was huge and hungry. It could see them and it was waiting.