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Mar 15, 2016

Release Day—Kings of Lore and Legend—Champion of the Gods, Book III

Today is release for Book III Kings of Lore and Legend. Unfortunately, this is a true series and I really need you to read Books I & II first. You can’t drop in here at this book, pick it up and really know what’s going on. Sure there is a synopsis of what has gone before, but you won’t be able to see the growth Farrell made; how much of an impact Miceral has on that development; the magic might not make sense, etc. To make it easier for you to get started on the series, I’m giving away a free copy of Book I – The Last Grand Master to everyone who wants a copy. You can get a copy by signing up for my mailing list, or you can download it free from DSP Publications. I’d recommend signing up for the mailing list. (Of course I would, but listen to why you should be your click the DSP Publications link.) In addition to monthly updates, I’ll be sharing a slew of “lost” scenes that were cut during the revision period. I also hold gift card giveaways every couple of months just for reading the newsletter.

Plus, DSP Publications has reduced the price of Book II The Eye and the Arm to .99 cents through May 1st. For more details check out the links below:

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GET YOUR FREE COPY OF THE LAST GRAND MASTER

Or you can down load it directly from DSP Publications:

Book two, The Eye and the Arm, is now just .99 cents. The sale is only until May 1, 2016.

Blurb:

KingsOfLoreAndLegendFSDumbarten should have been the end of Farrell’s efforts to find his distant ancestor Kel, but the Six have other plans. Farrell is told to continue his search for answers in Agloth, the temple city to Seritia. Forced by the Goddess to ride across the vast continent of Lourdria, Farrell and his companion learn that Meglar’s reach extends well beyond the borders of Ardus. And Agloth, despite being dedicated to the Goddess of Love, is also home to a millennia-old curse that Farrell must end if he wants to complete his task.

Answers don’t come easily, and Farrell determines he must travel to the Dwarf Kingdom of Colograd to continue his quest. When an ally of Meglar’s threatens Agloth, Farrell cuts short his time in Colograd and rushes back to defend Seritia’s home. The attack seems doomed to fail, but the death of one of his companions distracts Farrell at a critical moment. Battling against his crushing grief, Farrell struggles to save Agloth, his friends, and himself. And even if he survives, he still hasn’t found Kel or his answers.

Release Date: March 15th 2016

Publisher: DSP Publications

Cover Artist: Angsty G

Buy links for Kings of Lore and Legend:

DSP Publications

ARe/OmniLit

Amazon

Amazon UK

Barnes & Noble

 

5 Comments

  1. Happy release day! I saw the “available for download” email in my inbox. Looking forward to reading the series (I haven’t started beyond the prequel but own the rest). I’m about to run to work but if you reply to this to remind me to share on FB I will 🙂 (I don’t get on FB enough and I am very forgetful but I want to help promote your writing!)

    • Andrew says:

      Hey Sara,

      Thanks so much for the pre-order. If you see Dan’s review on Love Bytes today, he thinks it’s the best in the series (as do I, so I’m glad he agreed 🙂 )

      I’ll email you a link you can use to share, it will be easier than trying to find it. Thanks for offering to share, that’s really nice of you. 🙂

  2. Randi says:

    Congratulations on the latest book in this wonderful series. I’m not into fantasy stories on a whole but honestly, this series has been just great. A real page turner for me. I love your characters. Best of luck! I can’t wait to read this one.

    • Andrew says:

      Thanks so much Randi. You and I have chatted about this, but while there is a lot of fantasy in the story, I try not to let the fantasy overwhelm the story. I’m happy to hear you think I’ve succeeded. 🙂

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