Warrior’s Touch is coming

Hello world!

I completed a first draft in 2014! Completed major edits in 2016! Finalised the formatting earlier this year.

Yes, it’s been a long time coming (due largely to my own tardiness as I grew another human being, moved house, and continued to work towards supporting my family–writing doesn’t do that) but Warrior’s Touch will soon be out in the world. When? Well, I’ll leave that for another post. We need to throw some dates around and pick one (depending on a few other links in the chain).

Shall we take a moment to feel the warm glow of seeing a real, physical copy in existence (and, no, I haven’t touched it… it’s on the other side of the world!)… (photos courtesy of Kristell Ink/Grimbold Books)

 

Front Cover of Warrior's Touch by Deb E Howell
Front Cover

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Back cover of Warrior's Touch by Deb E Howell
Back cover

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First page of Chapter 1 of Warrior's Touch by Deb E Howell
Chapter 1

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Healer's Touch and Warrior's Touch by Deb E Howell
Healer’s Touch and Warrior’s Touch together

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Healer's Touch and Warrior's Touch by Deb E Howell spines
Warrior’s Touch is about 23,000 words longer than Healer’s Touch

You can let the world know you’re planning to read Warrior’s Touch here, on Goodreads.

[BBB] Shadow of the Wraith by Ross Harrison

Shadow of the WraithAs part of my participation in the Bandit Book Bloggers group I’m going to tell you a little something about SHADOW OF THE WRAITH by Ross Harrison.

So, here’s an Excerpt:

Moving silently and keeping his eyes peeled, Travis took cover behind the nearest overturned table. With no apparent provocation, one of the pirates opened fire into the second-storey balcony, which ran all the way around the bar. Startled by the sudden shots, the others opened fire too.

Travis could pick out nothing up there in the shadows, and hadn’t even heard anything before the shooting started – had Draak forced too much herb into these men? Were they hallucinating? Perhaps they killed their fellow crewmembers themselves.

Eventually, they ceased firing and stood listening for some time, their eyes wide with fear. All Travis could hear was silence and a dull ringing after the gunfire.

After a while, they began to relax. They lowered their weapons, relieved smiles forming on their lips. Clearly, they thought they’d killed their attackers. Travis watched enough holofilms – in fact, possibly too many – to know this was inevitably the point at which their enemy would strike.

Sure enough,

Read more…[BBB] Shadow of the Wraith by Ross Harrison