September 17, 2014
A Construct of Angels, A Vengeance of Angels, cover reveal, editor, novel, second novel, self published, Shaner Media Creations, tara
This sequel has been a long time coming, but the release date is steadily drawing closer and optimism is growing for a mid-November release. So different from the release of my first novel, this timetable is holding and everything appears to be on schedule.
‘A Construct of Angels’ – my debut novel – crawled forward in random fits and starts, suffering from a mixture of inexperience and poor planning.
But thanks to my editor, Tara (she of Shaner Media Creations), the timetable she created is keeping me moving steadily forward.
So, in keeping with her timetable, I am now proud to present the cover my second novel, the sequel to ‘A Construct of Angels:’
Seasoned readers will spot many similarities to the first cover. This is deliberate :D
I asked Ravven to retain some of the original elements in order to provide series continuity. The main character, you will notice, has been replaced with another to reflect the changes in the new storyline.
All being well, I ought to be able to reveal some teasers soon. :D Not yet, though, as my beta-readers are still combing through the MS.
In the meantime, watch this space and:
September 8, 2014
A Construct of Angels, A Vengeance of Angels, blog hop, fun, jumping from cliffs, novel, self published, Work in progress
I was recently nominated by my more-than-entertaining blogging mate Jon to share my opening sentences with everyone who reads my posts.
People DO read my posts… don’t they? *listens to the keening wind and the rustle of tumbleweed.* Oh well, just me then.
I am to post, as required, the opening sentence from each of the first three chapters of my current WIP, ‘A Vengeance of Angels.’
This is the sequel to my debut novel ‘A Construct of Angels’ and describes the apocalyptic adventures of the Angel-become-mortal, Michael.
Oh, if you’ve already read the first book (which uses Sara Finn’s POV), this story is told from Michael’s POV.
I was alone, and I was glad of it.
The bright beacon that had been the Black Star flared briefly as it swept toward the western horizon.
Two weary men – paramedics by the look of their leaf green jumpsuits – trudged wearily through the reception area.
That’s it! That’s the only peek you’re getting for now. *waves everyone gently back.*
Thanks for nominating me Jon. Everyone, please go and pay Jumpingfromcliffs a visit. It’s so entertaining, it should be on your bucket list!
Now, in keeping with the blog hop, I now nominate four other bloggers to continue the fun:
Have fun, and above all: