Titanlord: A Thousand Ashes has been nominated for Readers Choice Awards! I’m so honored and thrilled to announce this and I appreciate everyone who has read (if you haven’t, make sure you do here) the series and reviewed it (even if you loved/hated it). The release wasn’t without challenges but it made everything so worth it.
Myrn was a land of dreams. An island surrounded by water, the wind would not pose as a stranger as it carried the dust across from one end to another. The docks were overlooking The Shred. The King accompanied by the Titan, Quinn and his royal guard journeyed ahead to one of the thriving villages in the south, Delmoria…
The official map of the Titanlord Series is finally ready. Such an exciting thing to unveil today! Go ahead, and look at how roads connect, and why certain characters avoid The Barren Lands and choose to go through Robrin’s Pass. Try to guess where the next book will be taking place and much more. Be sure to sign up to my newsletter as well, as I’ll be discussing a lot of lore in this map (certain events that may or may have not happened).
A few days ago, I was having a discussion with one of my friends (I’m proud to say, I have more than one) about indie authors vs traditional authors, and I came to the realization that I much prefer indie books over traditional ones. That to me was interesting as my friend told me “I tried to finish a book once, but couldn’t. That’s why I think reading isn’t for me.”