The Anthology is released
A collection of every Book of Deacon story I’ve released so far is now available
While I’m not treating it as a major release, since most of you fine folk have probably purchased and/or read every book within its covers, The Book of Deacon Anthology has officially released on all major storefronts! Buy it at Amazon, iBooks, Google Play, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, or Smashwords!
I know that a series that grows above a certain size can seem really daunting and unmanageable for folks just starting it, so I wanted to make it easy and affordable for new readers to get caught up in preparation for the release of the next book in the series, The D’Karon Apprentice. Thus, this collection of stories includes the following:
The Book of Deacon
The Great Convergence
The Battle of Verril
The Rise of the Red Shadow
Entwell Origins: Ayna
The Stump and the Spire
Most stories have received at least a minor polish beyond what they already had, including improved formatting and the often requested addition of chapter breaks in the Book of Deacon Trilogy. The price is $6.99, which is the combined cost of the trilogy and Jade, meaning you essentially get Rise of the Red Shadow, Entwell Origins: Ayna, and The Stump and the Spire for free!
If you’ve got any friends or family you’d like to turn on to the series, point them in the direction of the (still and always) free The Book of Deacon. If they end up liking it, The Book of Deacon Anthology will fill in the rest or the series. They can get it at Amazon, iBooks, Google Play, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, or Smashwords!
Apple gets The D’Karon Apprentice a week early!
As a thanks for all of their help in the past, iBooks will get The D’Karon Apprentice on Nov. 3rd.
If you’ve followed me for any amount of time, you’ll know that of all the major retailers, iBooks has routinely been the best about supporting me specifically and indie authors in general. They’ve selected books of mine for Best of the Month and Best of the Year promotions in the past, featured my free series starters, and all around been great to work with. After a nice little chat with some of their indie author liaisons, and working with Mark Coker of Smashwords, we’ve decided that as a way of saying thank you, iBooks will be getting The D’Karon Apprentice a week early. That means that while Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, and the rest will be getting The D’Karon Apprentice on Nov. 10th (two days earlier than planned), iBooks will have it on Nov. 3rd!