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My first book has debuted for Amazon Kindle:

Wrath of the White Tigress

He thought he was a hero.
She showed him the truth.
Now he'll do anything to stop the man who made him a monster.

For twenty years Jaska Bavadi has faith­fully served the Palymfar Order and its Grandmaster, the powerful wizard Salahn, but an encounter with Zyrella Anthari, last high priestess of the White Tigress, shatters the spell that chained Jaska's mind.

Now faced with the horrors he unknowingly committed against people he swore to protect, Jaska must put Salahn's reign of cruelty to an end. Together, he and Zyrella race to save the White Tigress and stop Salahn from opening the Gates of the Underworld. An army of palymfar warriors stands in their way, but the dangerous secrets that cloud their destinies threaten to doom them first.

In the tradition of ­­Michael Moor­cock, David Gem­mell, and Glen Cook, Wrath of the White Tigress delivers a thrilling tale sword & sorcery fans will love.
 

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It sounds like a fun book, and I love your cover.  Good Luck and sell a bunch!
 

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Thank you! I hope to entertain a lot of readers, and I'm already having fun.

I did a lot of scouting to find the artist and she did a great job.

The cover for my second book, coming out in late July, is going to be great as well.
 

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I have an interview up on Kindle Author, discussing the book as well as my writing process. Check it out!

http://bit.ly/qW2Ga6

"These days, I get up, climb the stairs to my office, and begin banging out a tale on one of my vintage manual typewriters, probably the Hermes Rocket or the Olympia SF or the Olympia SM-3, all from the 1950's. (I have a lovely, mint-condition 1929 Royal Portable that's begging for some story work as well.) At some point..."
 

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