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Official Revolutions Cover Reveal & Chapter 1 Snippet-o-Tease

Book 3 of the Pendomus Chronicles

Holy moly... First of fall, let's all take a moment of silence for summer... *crickets*

Seriously, where did summer go? I swear it was just here. Now it's all leaves turning, pumpkin spice drinks, and crisp chills in the air.

I don't know about you, but with all the apocalyptic weather patterns going on, I kinda wanna just hide under my blankets and cuddle up with a good book. Luckily for you, I have not one--but TWO good books coming out this fall for ya! Today, I'm super excited to be doing the official cover reveal for the final installment of the Pendomus Chronicles --> REVOLUTIONS (Book 3).

I've been working on this series so long, I can hardly believe I'm finally coming to the end of this sucker. (At least for now... Never say never, right?)


Temporary Cover

Okay, one last thing before I move on to the "official" cover reveal... Remember this crazy piece of work? This was just my placeholder cover as I was getting ready to write Revolutions last November for NaNoWriMo. You'll notice it still has the same model, but she's been since enhanced and other elements of Pendomus have been added.

I also decided to keep with the purples -- kind of a symbolism of Runa's transition and ultimately, embracing her somewhat spiritual destiny.

At any rate, how about we just get on with the reveal, shall we?

Revolutions (Book 3 of the Pendomus Chronicles) Full Print Cover

I spent a lot of time deliberating how I wanted this book cover to look. In the end, I'm very pleased with the way it's turned out. It ties together a lot of the elements happening in the series and of course, finally delivers a full Runa - with her two different colored eyes and scars. I LOVE how she turned out!

In addition, you'll see other elements of the series - the sundog, the Everblossom, and even a flying AirGlider... The people standing behind Runa will also make more sense as you finish up this story. I hope you'll find the double meaning in the title as well. 😉


The final installment of the Pendomus Chronicles is almost here and I can't WAIT for you to read it!

Preorder your copy today!

Downloads to your device November 21st, 2017!

Official eBook Cover


AFTER EVERYTHING WE’VE BEEN THROUGH, it all comes full circle. 
   I fought hard to escape the reality of the Helix; to become a different person on a different path than they wanted me to be. Who would have thought everything would prepare me for the eminent reality of breaking back into the Crematorium? Yet, here I am. 
   At least this time, it’s under different circumstances—and with friends by my side.  
   “How are you handling this plan, Runa?” Trae asks, placing his hand on my shoulder. “I know it’s a little crazy, but—”
   I shake my head. This is exactly what we needed. 
   “I’m good. We don’t have much time, if Kani is inside. We have to get to her before she’s tortured, exterminated—or converted. Videus needs to be stopped. Putting an end to the Crematorium—or the Vassalage—whatever it is, is the best chance we have at hitting him where it hurts. He’s done all he can to ensure no one even knows he exists. It’s time to make sure it stays that way,” I say. 
   The remainder of the plan goes unspoken, but neither of us are taking it for granted. We know what needs to be done and who has to do it. 
   With every passing day, it feels as though the memories outside myself are getting stronger. I’m not sure where they come from—Adrian, the bloodlines, the Four Pillars. All I know is my calling—my purpose is getting stronger. More persistent. It’s almost as if I have no control over it any more. Honestly, I’m not sure I mind.
   I take a seat on the edge of the large wooden table inside the Archives. We’ve been studying the digital paper schematics we were able to find of the Helix, trying to suss out the best way back in for hours now. The ones Landry had were far too old to provide the level of detail we needed. 
   “Ammon, do you think you’d be able to use your powers on metals? Or are you limited to stone?” I ask, turning to him.
   Ammon raises his head from the table, groggy and disoriented.
   “Huh? Did you say something?” he asks.
   I realize, this is a bit much for a young kid like him to handle—even someone as smart as Ammon.
   “Can you manipulate metal the same way you manipulate rock?” I repeat. 
   Ammon’s small shoulders shrug, “Dunno. Never really had a chance to try.”

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