Kalleron Series Update
A Quadrilogy of Epic Fantasy
Welcome to 2024
Welcome to 2024. Things will change this year as I move on with different projects that burn bright and light the recesses of my imagination. I’ll be bringing things to a close with a fantasy fable and striding out into new realms. Come see what’s happening.
New Book Release - Kalleron Book II
Tears & Eternity: Kalleron Book II, is out now. It follows Petra’s journey as she recovers from her experience with the elemental cult. In this story, we see the retribution of the immortal King, and the coming of a new dawn. You can read about that here. I want to tell you where the story came from.
Coming soon - Kalleron Book II
The Kalleron series progresses as sands through the hourglass. Melody and Majesty will soon have its sequel in Kalleron Book Two. It’s got a name, but I’m not releasing that until it’s out. I’ve got to keep up the mystery. Read on for some info about the new book, when it’s out, and what to expect.
Kalleron—the saga begins.
I published Hammer & Glass as book IV in the Kalleron saga in November 2022. Set 100-years after the war of Kalle, it begins a new arc in the series. It follows the beginning of Chara and Goddard’s adventures, and is the first of the final trilogy (books IV, V, & VI). I wanted to fill in the blanks, however, and publish books I, II, & III, before completing the saga. After months of writing and years of planning, Melody & Majesty, Kalleron Book One, is now out.
Kalleron: Great Reviews and Imminent Releases
I like to do things in reverse, so why not release an epic fantasy without social media and marketing clout? In the past few months, I’ve worked on building a following on Instagram, and sending books to reviewers (book bloggers). Slowly but surely, things are moving in the right direction. Read on, to find out more…
The Birth of my First Printed Book
Congratulations James—it’s a
baby boy book. Hammer & Glass is now a physical product, a bundle of printed tree-pulp you can hold in your hands and read with your most excellent brains. Let’s have a look and a laugh at how this came about…
The Beginning in the Middle
Every book has a beginning, middle and an end—no matter how obscure those parts may be. But not every story needs to start at the beginning. This is why my debut novel, Hammer & Glass, is part four of a larger series. Why didn’t I start with book one? Let me tell you why…