Yesterday, I was stressing about what to write for a blog post this week, but then I checked my email and found one from L2L2 Publishing. Boom. Saved!
I met Amy Brock McNew at Realm Makers this summer, and I’ve since read her first book, Rebirth: Book One of the Reluctant Warrior Chronicles.
Now, I’m thrilled to be part of the sequel’s cover reveal! Reconciliation: Book Two of the Reluctant Warrior Chronicles releases January 24, 2017.
I’m going to make you wait to see the cover, though (unless you cheat and scroll to the end). Because authors are evil.
First, meet Amy:
“Amy Brock McNew doesn’t just write speculative fiction, she lives and breathes it. Exploring the strange, the supernatural, and the wonderfully weird, Amy pours her guts onto the pages she writes, honestly and brutally revealing herself in the process. Nothing is off-limits. Her favorite question is “what if?” and she believes fiction can be truer than our sheltered and controlled realities. Visit AmyBrockMcNew.com to learn more about this intriguing author.”
Here are links to Amy’s social media profiles. Check her out. She’s pretty awesome. 🙂
The back cover copy is proof that authors are evil and love to torture their characters and readers:
“Some ghosts from the past refuse to stay dead.
Finally. Finally everything is coming together for Liz Brantley. She’s marrying Ryland Vaughn, the man of her dreams. She’s embraced her calling and battles the minions of hell bent on her destruction. And she’s left her dark past far behind her. Or so she thought.
A secret she holds close, stuffed down deep, surfaces at the wrong time for everyone in Liz’s life, leaving a trail of devastation. Left reeling, Liz wonders if she made a mistake, putting her trust in God, her guardian Arie, and Ryland. And the demon Kade capitalizes on her shaken faith. With a vengeance.
Torn between her tortured past and the future she craves, Liz is desperate to defeat every demon that stands in her way. Before all hell breaks loose and swallows her whole.”
And now. The cover:
I love the backlight! Even though there are no fairies in the story, the little circles of light remind me of them … but that’s just my fantasy brain. 🙂
You can preorder Reconciliation here.
I’m excited to read it!