Hello everyone, and welcome to my second post
After my introduction post I felt it only fitting to track down that excellent idea called Book Bazaar and add my books to it.
My name is Mark E. Cooper, and I'm the author of six titles. Four are solidly in the epic fantasy genre, while the other two are different. One is military sci-fi, and the other is paranormal/urban fantasy. All six books are available now in kindle, published just last week. Links to the kindle versions of my books at Amazon.com can be found in my signature below this post. They are also available at Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.de but I won't clutter things with duplicate book links.
About The Devan Chronicles:
epic fantasy genre
Book one of The Devan Chronicles is called The God Decrees...
Lord Keverin is desperate to save his people and the kingdom he serves from the sorcerers of the Protectorate. Desperate times call for desperate measures. A spell is cast to bring a champion to Lord Keverin's aid, but something goes wrong and a Julia Morton suddenly finds herself stranded on an alien world with no friends and no way home. This book introduces us to the land of Deva while we follow Julia through a war torn kingdom, as she makes friends and enemies alike. Can she learn to harness magic to save herself and those she comes to love?
Book two of The Devan Chronicles is called The Power that Binds...
a year on from Julia Morton's arrival at Fortress Athione, an uneasy truce is being maintained between Deva and her enemies, but the Protectorate never rests. Believing himself destined to rule, Lord Mortain unleashes General Navarien upon the north in an effort to bypass Julia's guardianship of Deva's western borders. Can Julia persuade the lords to act, or must she resort to force and magic?
Book three of the Devan Chronicles is called The Warrior Within...
Julia Morton, sorceress of Athione, has been saved from her abductors at Kerrion's insistence by warriors of his Clan. Grateful to be alive, but not yet well from her ordeal, Julia swears to repay her debt by destroying Kerrion's enemies once and for all.
Book four of the Devan Chronicles is called Dragon Dawn...
The war rages on and General Navarien is advancing into Deva despite all the clans and Julia can do. King Gylaren must march north to oppose the invasion, but it takes time to muster the army, and there is no time. With war in the north, and Japura now allied with dark Tindebrai, Gylaren sends his son and heir on a desperate mission to seek aid, but before he can march to join Julia, the unthinkable occurs and Fortress Malcor falls to the Hasian invaders. Can anything stop the juggernaut of war that is Navarien's legion?
About Shifter Legacies:
Book one of The Shifter legacies is called Wolf's Revenge...
Los Angeles, a city where monsters live cheek by jowl with humans. A city where violence simmers just below the surface. Lieutenant Christine Humber of the LAPD's robbery homicide division is well aware of that violence. She has worked for years in the city's most violent district, known locally as Monster Central. When called to a murder scene, Chris and her partner learn that the victim is a shifter -- a werewolf -- and he died hard. Chris soon realises that she has a very special serial killer loose in her city, one that is taking down Monster Central's bad boys one by one. Who or what can kill a werewolf and leave no trace? Chris and her partner race to find out.
About The Merkiaari Wars:
Book one of The Merkiaari Wars is called What price honour...
Humanity's last encounter with aliens saw six point two billion people killed in a war with the Merkiaari that had spanned decades. Only by the grace of God and the use of nanotechnology were they defeated. The result of that nanotech? Vipers, a regiment of super soldiers tasked with protecting the Alliance and annihilating the Merki. It was a job they performed with distinction, a job they completed almost two centuries ago. A job that had cost them their humanity.
Thurston is an unimportant border world with a problem, a Marine type problem. Not the sort of place Gunnery Sergeant Gina Fuentez expected to find one of the fabled Viper cyborgs, but that's just what she discovers when a simple mission to extract an operative from a terrorist camp leads to a firefight and two of her squad dead. With friends dying around her and a world coming apart at the seams, Gina must decide if the Marine Corps is really her home, or just a stopping place to where she really belongs.
I hope you enjoy reading them as much as i enjoyed writing them
Mark E. Cooper