I am honored to announce two books of the Dragshi Chronicles have made it to the second selection round of the prestigious RONE award. Hatchling's Vengeance and Hatchling's Mate are in the science fiction - fantasy category. Voting for the category takes place from May 1st to May 7th at http://www.indtale.com/2017-rone-awards-week-three.
I would LOVE to be in the finals. This is my first ever nomination for such an award! I’m humbled and honored to be included with all of the other talented authors whose books have been selected this year. (Best wishes to all!)
Because of the number of entries you can vote for two books in the fantasy/sci fi category. If you enjoyed either Hatchling's Mate or Hatchling's Vengeance a vote would be greatly appreciated.
Ellspeth and the dark-haired archmage Dal, escort his mother to her ancestral lands. Their plans change when mercenaries under the control of a rogue mage attack.
Finding your mate is only half the battle. Keeping them alive is the other when duty has other demands and Fate holds all the cards.
Lady Glynnes Janaleigh had found her mate. Fate would determine whether or not she could keep him. Not even dragon fire and talons were enough to overcome the mind control wielded by the leader called—the Parant who means to destroy all dragon shifters.
For those who the Parant commands, will vengeance yield to love and provide a path to redemption? Or will retribution decree the punishment for path acts be death?
Here's a few tidbits from the review.
Book Two of The Dragshi Chronicles, is very well-written with heroes
and heroines with whom one can identify and root for, an enemy with
clear motives, great world-building, steady pacing—in short, everything
one needs to write a five-rose thriller/fantasy/romance."
Read the full review at Roses and Thorns Reviews.
From the Back Street to Main Street chronicles the Society of Methodists of Middletown Point from its early beginnings with circuit rider preachers to the current congregation of the 21st century as the Matawan United Methodist Church in Aberdeen.
Author Helen Henderson blends the context of times past with over 100 images as she presents over 180 years of the church’s history and that of the Monmouth County, New Jersey towns of Matawan Borough and Aberdeen Township.