I don't often use my main blog as a tool of self-promotion, but this time, I am going to make a bit of an exception. My indiegogo campaign for Storm Without End concludes in about 6 days. If this campaign reaches a stretch goal of $1,750, I'm going to add a second novel to all perks: The City of Clocks.
I'll be releasing The City of Clocks in first or second quarter of 2014. This project has been near and dear to me for quite a while, but it wasn't until recently I tried to really make it a reality. So far, it's a favorite among my beta readers — and it's one of my favorites, too. Unlike The Eye of God and Storm Without End, The City of Clocks is a standalone. So, you won't be investing in another series, don't worry!
It does, however, touch on the world of both The Eye of God and Storm Without End, so those who enjoy seeing different parts of the same world are going to be in for a treat.
Here are the details:
The $5.00 perk level gets you Storm Without End at $0.99 cheaper than the official price. So, not only do you help me support my writing, you get a copy of the book for cheaper than if you waited for October to purchase it.
About Storm Without End:
Kalen’s throne is his saddle, his crown is the dirt on his brow, and his right to rule is sealed in the blood that stains his hand. Few know the truth about the one-armed Rift King, and he prefers it that way. When people get too close to him, they either betray him or die. The Rift he rules cares nothing for the weak. More often than not, even the strong fail to survive.
His abduction could easily destroy his home, his people, and start a hopeless and bloody war. There are many who desire his death, and few who hope for his survival. With peace in the Six Kingdoms quickly crumbling, it falls to him to try to stop the conflict that is swiftly taking the entire continent by storm.
But something even more terrifying than the machinations of men has returned to the lands: The skreed. They haven’t been seen for a thousand years, and even the true power of the Rift King might not be enough to save his people — and the world — from destruction.
About The City of Clocks:
When the Great Clock didn't ring in the new year, Aerrik knew something was wrong — very wrong. Everything goes wrong all at once. He's separated from Mya, a fellow escapee from the Duke's usurpation of the Arasoran throne. His clock is broken, and without it, he faces the purge. Someone wants him dead or alive.
Worse still, his past comes back to haunt him. Without Aerrik, however, Arasanor is doomed to fall. But, will the kingdom be thrust into chaos from the Duke's reign, or will the very land itself turn on the struggling island and kill them all?