The last two years have been crazy, nearly as crazy as the time I wrote six books in thirteen months, hereinafter known as the Year From Hell. While Cutter and his merry crew have been busy rearranging people’s lives, I’ve also been neck-deep in other things.
One of those things came to fruition last month, with the release (at last!) of REBEL PRINCE, the very long (20+ years qualifies, right?) awaited sequel to LORD OF THE STORM and SKYPIRATE. So far the reaction has been more than I could have hoped for, which is both delight and relief.
And now this month another saga reappears, with the re-release of the first book in the Hawk Trilogy, WILD HAWK. An RT Book Review Top Pick, WILD HAWK launched a story quite different than anything I’d done before, with just that touch of magic that I love in an otherwise natural tale. With minor—very minor—updating, it’s available right now in both print and eBook from Bell Bridge Books, new cover again from the inimitable Debra Dixon.
WILD HAWK will be followed (now scheduled for April) by HEART OF THE HAWK, my first and thus far only historical, unless you count that veer into the imagined history of the third volume, the RITA Award winning FIRE HAWK. And yes, it’s coming too, set now for this summer.
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