Yes, The Mages of Bennamore is on its way, down the slipway and into the vast ocean that is Amazon. The analogy isn’t so far wrong, since this book, the third of the Brightmoon Annals, is set on the southern coast and ships play a big part in the story.
Things got off to a great start, with 34 pre-orders, almost double the number for The Fire Mages in January. Thank you to everyone who pre-ordered! I hope the book arrived safely in your Kindle or device, and that you enjoy the read.
If you haven’t picked up a copy yet, it’s still at a special introductory price of just $0.99 (or equivalent) for the next week or so. For those who have Kindle Unlimited or Prime, you can download and read absolutely FREE. The paperback will be available soon, priced at $12.99 (or equivalent), and if you buy the paperback, you can download the ebook completely free (I don’t believe anyone should pay twice for the same product).
To buy or download: click here and you’ll be taken to your local Amazon.
When you’ve finished reading, please consider posting a review on Amazon, Goodreads or your blog, to help other readers decide if they would enjoy the book.
Here’s what people are saying about The Mages of Bennamore:
“Fast paced and psychologically tantalizing. Intriguing twists and turns throughout the book causing the characters to continually to reveal more of their intriguing and often colorful histories.” [Wanda, 5* Goodreads review]
“I really, really liked the premise of this book.” [Kayla Bashe, 4* Goodreads review]
“The first person narrative is well done and pulls you slowly further into the mind of the main character as she admits more and more of her own reasons to herself. The action was perfectly paced and gripping. The side characters are well written, and the romance threads itself throughout the book as the backbone of the story. I would recommend this to anyone looking for an intelligent main character and complex plot. Highly recommended!” [J.R. 5* Goodreads review]
I celebrated the release with cake and champagne and turkey dinosaurs (not pictured):
It seems like no time since I was announcing the release of The Plains of Kallanash back in September 2014, and now it has two younger siblings joining it at Amazon. And the fourth book, The Magic Mines of Asharim, will, all being well, hit the virtual shelves later this year. Thank you for your support and good wishes.