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Prophecy of Stones- Release Day!

It’s here! Prophecy of Stones is now available!



The bond of love can conquer all, but only if it is accepted.

Prophecy states that three champions imbued with the best virtues of the mortal race: heart, strength and soul, will be the ones to save them all from an enemy which threatens to steal the life from their world and those who live upon it.

These three, along with their scribe, his bond mate, and an overly sarcastic oracle, must set off on a journey which will take them through forest, city, swamp and mountain. On this quest they activate the magical stones which charge the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Tildar and his cult of Dwell.

Yet the closer they draw to journey’s end, the more it seems that it is not the evil which will be their downfall, but the fear of a champion unwilling to accept the bond of their destiny.

Prophecy of Stones is a tale of adventure, love and magic.



“Eight years is a long time to hide away from the world.” There was a momentary flicker of hurt which creased his brow before it softened again, and she knew he’d meant that it was a long time for her to hide from him.

She ran her fingers through her hair and twisted away, a wave of shame passing over her that she didn’t want him to see. “I did what I had to, for Leena.”

“Only for Leena?” he prodded.

Milana gritted her teeth. “What else was I supposed to do after what happened? Leave her alone and flounce off to join the war?” She flung her arms into the air, her raised voice echoing through the trees and quietening the wildlife that had been scuttling in the undergrowth. Riff was unmoved by her anger, as he always was. At times Milana wished to shake the feeling out of him and force him to react with more than a gentle frown or small smile. “You didn’t have to rejoin the fight.” Her voice was weak now, her rage battered into submission by the silent concern that shone through his soft gaze.

“Yes I did,” he replied. “It is our fight.”

“You could have come with me.”

“You could have asked.”

There was a long pause where years of pent up emotion hung in the air like the gazes of an accusing jury. Milana thought she would crumble beneath the weight of what remained unspoken.






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74 thoughts on “Prophecy of Stones- Release Day!

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  3. Whoa! That trailer! I’ve been brainstorming trailer ideas all this week, but that one beats anything I’ve yet to come up with. How are you so talented?!

  4. Congrats!! Yay!! Looking forward to reading it (and maybe I’ll push myself to try my hand at that whole review-writing thing).
    The whole trailer idea is fairly new to me (for books) — but what a cool idea!

    • I hope you enjoy it if you do read it, and I would be incredibly grateful if you manage to write a review (I find writing reviews can be great fun!).

      I have seen a few book trailers around, and this kind of fantasy adventure story lent itself to that kind of idea, so I thought I’d give it a go 😀

      Thank you so much for the kind comment! 🙂

  5. Congratulations on the release! I enjoyed the excerpt and the description “years of pent up emotion hung in the air like the gazes of an accusing jury.” – that says so much about their situation.

  6. Reblogged this on Lost to the Aether and commented:
    Second verse, same as the first. Mishka Jenkins, blogging over at A Writer’s Life For Me, is once again releasing a new novel. And once again, I helped edit this work. So if you’re interested in seeing the kind of things I do when I’m not playing video games or writing long-winded posts here, well, check out her book. You won’t be disappointed.

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