February 23, 2017

Shattered Fates Cover Reveal, Writing Opportunities


World Weaver Press has a variety of news, including the cover reveal above. Read on about Shattered Fates.

"The magic barrier protecting the Taakwa from their enemies, the Maddion, is gone. Malia, who led the Taakwa against the Maddion in the Dragon War, must convince the magical being, the changer, to repair the barrier before the Maddion invade to take revenge on her people and the winged Jeguduns who also call the valley home, even if it means reversing the healing the changer wrought for her.
"Chanwa, the wife of the Maddion leader, uses the disorder created by the changer to lead a coup against her husband in a desperate attempt to ensure she and the other Maddion women are treated as equals. Her life, and the future of every Maddion woman, depends on her success.
"Both women know the only way to succeed is to come together in an unlikely alliance."

"Pre-order your copy from AmazonBarnesandNoble.comiTunesKobo, or World Weaver Press. (Note: paperback pre-orders only available through WWP.)

"We've also redesigned the covers of Roland's first two books, Shards of History and Fractured Days."




Goodreads Giveaway for Dream Eater by K. Bird Lincoln

Ends March 3, 2017

Enter to win an advance review copy! Just click here.

“I came for the Japanese mythology, and I was not disappointed. Readers who want variety in their urban fantasy beyond the werewolf and vampire staples are advised to pick up Dream Eater.”

— Laura VanArendonk Baugh, author of The Songweaver’s Vow

But wait, there's more:

"We are open for submissions until February 28th! If you seeking publication for a finished, standalone, speculative novel or novella, see our guidelines here. We are especially interested in acquiring dieselpunk, solarpunk, steampunk, and paranormal romance.

"SONOFAWITCH! is still considering contemporary fantasy short stories until March 31st. See what anthologist Trysh Thompson is looking for here."

1 comment

  1. I really enjoyed books 1 and 2, so I highly recommend this series and look forward to reading book 3!