It’s official… “A Light Rises in a Dark World: Book One of the Akiniwazi Saga” is now in paperback on Amazon.
The book should be available for purchase in the next 12 hours, but I was so excited (see attached pick for how I feel) I couldn’t help but let you all know right away.
The goal is still to release the hardcover on Kobo (and possibly Smashwords, and by extension Barnes & Noble among many other places) by the end of the week. I hope it won’t be quite as hard to set up THAT final formatting too.
Oh! And as a final bonus, you are getting an extra map of the land in the Paperback.
Just a little sumpthin’ sumpthin’ for all those that buy the physical copy. 😉
Thank you all for your support!
Today’s Wordcount: 2,275 (Not counting minor edits and rewrites).
The final battle is done and amazingly, I feel the best about the final line for it sums up a thematic echo that lo many pages ago I had no idea would be in this work.
“…They hanged Haman on the gallows that he had prepared for Mordecai. Then was the king’s wrath pacified.”
It’s amazing in a way to see how God keeps inserting Himself in very powerful and poetic ways. This leaves only three scenes left, some half written:
Arrival and Parting of Ways
I’ve been terrified today about what would be the upshot of the battle I had just completed, so I am once again so thankful for my very special alpha reader who was able to get in touch with me today. When you deal with schedules on opposite sides of the planet, this can be a rare and special thing. He gave much wise council that after an overly long nap I was able to implement, and I think it is all the better for it.
I can’t wait to share this with you guys!
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