The day has finally arrived! The Forgotten is now available, on ebook at least. For those of you waiting for the paperback edition, you’ll need to wait a bit longer (April 14th). And yes, the fact my book is being released on Saint Patrick’s Day is quite possibly the coolest thing ever. The fact the paperback is being released the day before taxes are due is a little less so, but maybe you should just think of it as something to look forward to that week.
And as a special treat, here’s the book trailer:
I can hear your questions now:
What’s with the math? Read the book.
What about the “bang” at the end? Read the book.
Where can you buy it? I’m glad you asked!
Barnes & Noble
Barnes & Noble
For those of you anxiously awaiting the paperback release of The Forgotten…well, you have to keep waiting, but now you have a date. The paperback will be released 4-14-15. Mark your calendar and pre-order now to beat the rush and prevent disappointment at it being sold out.
Barnes & Noble
Also, as for those of you in San Diego, because you clearly could not get enough of me, I’ll be attending Condor Con this year. I don’t know yet what I’ll be doing there, but I can assure you that when not otherwise occupied you’ll be able to find me at the Mysterious Galaxy booth. Stop by and say hi, and get a copy of The Stolen. I’ll even sign it for you, or any other book you might like signed by me.
I was delighted to be interviewed for Science Fiction and Fantasy World (SFF World), one of the oldest genre magazines out there! You can read the interview here and read about The Stolen, The Forgotten, and all the other irons I have in the fire. While you’re there, be sure to peruse the site, it’s fantastic and packed full of good stuff.
Hot on the heels of The Stolen winning The Qwillery’s cover of the year 2014, I present to you the cover (and flap copy) for The Forgotten, the much anticipated sequel to The Stolen! Once again, Harper delivered an excellent cover!
Across the United States, children are vanishing. Only this time, faeries may not be to blame…
Dante, Regent of the fae’s Rogue Court, has been receiving disturbing reports. Human children are manifesting magical powers in record numbers. Shunned and forgotten, they live on the streets in rag tag groups with the already booming population of homeless changelings. But the streets aren’t a haven; someone, or something, is hunting these children down.
Wraith, a teenage spell slinger, has no home, no family, and no real memories of her past. She and her friends SK, Fritz, and Shadow are constantly on the run, fleeing from a dark and unknown enemy. But when her friends are taken by “the snatchers,” Wraith is their only hope. Her journey to find her friends will test the limits of her magic, and her trust. A dark force is on the rise, and it could spell the end of our world as we know it.