As the story goes, when my first novel, Edge of Oblivion, was nearing release, I was advised by a marketing guru within the publisher to consider a free short story as a lead-in to the novel. I did, penning The Domes of Aeroel, making it available for free to subscribers of my mailing list. But I decided I wasn’t done: I wrote a sequel to The Domes of Aeroel, The Shadows of Aeroel, which continued the threads of the first short story while also drawing more connections to the main storyline. I also wrote Hope Colony, meant to bring greater clarity to the closing chapters of Edge of Oblivion, and gave away The Questioning of Brigg Drews as a deleted scene from Book 2, Into the Void.
Now I’m releasing The Seas of Aeroel, a direct sequel to The Domes of Aeroel and The Shadows of Aeroel. It’s set between Into the Void and Through Chaos. Does that mean that it will explain the cliffhanger ending of Into the Void? Well, you’ll have to find that out for yourself.
To get it, all you need to do is be on the aforementioned mailing list. As with previous works, there is a pronunciation guide if you want it.
Through Chaos, meanwhile, releases on November 20, 2018.