I’ve been remiss in announcing the latest release but seeing as I’ve begun work on book 6 in earnest, I suppose it’s a good idea to formally announce the release of book 5, Traveling Mage, on this blog.
Yes, book 5 of the Spells of the Curtain series is live, and it has a LOT of adventure in it, considering its small size.
Edmath and his allies travel to the northern coast of the empire to investigate a strange sign. What they find has the possibility to change everything going forward.
If you haven’t picked up the other books in the series now is as a good a time as ever. Check out the series page here.
I always mean to post more here, but I hope you will indulge the brevity I have here. There is fiction to be written, and I must get back to it.
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Hope the image isn’t repetitive for you, but I am writing to formally announce the launch of Garden Mage!
Garden Mage is book 4 of the Spells of the Curtain series, following the adventures of Edmath and his fellow mages as they get into trouble working in the Empire of Zel.
I took far too long to write this book, not least of all because I wrote another short book in about a week between the prior book’s release and this one. I apologize for being late. This will be the last time I overestimate my ability to keep the schedule, and also the last time I fall behind.
Thanks for your support and assistance, and I hope you will check out the series. It’s a real labor of love for me, and I’m thrilled reception has been as good as its been.
Thanks for reading! I’ll be back soon with more status reports and general ramblings.
I hope you’re ready for a new book!
That’s right, Spells of the Curtain 2: Battle Mage is out today! I briefly mentioned this on my facebook page and personal page earlier today. This story has been a long time in the making, just like book one. I am thrilled to finally be releasing these books and the future ones in this series.
Anyway, I am totally brain-fried today, but here is the link to the book again.
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Hi people! Above you can see the cover for the second book in the Spells of the Curtain series.
Of the first three books in this series, I have to say this one is probably my personal favorite. We go from high to low and all over in between in this story. The work in this part didn’t feel like work at all. That’s the best kind of writing for me when the real world and words disappear and I’m somewhere else, discovering what happened in this other place with its own rules. That doesn’t happen often for me. In the past ten years, maybe 2-3 books felt that way.
I recently started reading a book by James Scott Bell called “The Mental Game of Writing.” In this book, Bell discusses a side of playful creativity at a few points. So far, my favorite delve into this subject refers to play as chaos, a lawless freedom to write whatever the writer wants at that moment. However, one must always restore order for the readers’ sakes later on. I think that’s true. I also think I managed to coordinate play and order well in book two, out next Tuesday!
Also, book one is out today! Click here to get it right now!
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Hello folks! Another 7-minute blog coming at you today.
This is an announcement for my new series, Spells of The Curtain, and especially the first book, Court Mage, available for pre-order at the link in the image below.
I’m very excited to finally have a pure-fantasy series in the works, though I will continue supporting the Root Conspiracy series as well.
I have the time and writing speed to keep this new magical world going alongside the odd future of Memory Lost and the newly released sequel, Mind Chase (Out today! Click here to check it out).
I enjoyed writing the Root Conspiracy books so far, but I LOVED writing Court Mage and the other books in this series.
Follow Edmath Donroi, a young mage on his path to joining the imperial court and making a name for himself.
Mysteries, magic, and love await in…
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I really appreciate all of you and your support. The more of you who buy my books as they launch, the more chance I have to keep working on all my series.
So, thank you all much. I’ll write to you again soon.