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My Next Blog Stop for The Autumn Lands

Jamie Fessenden Blog

My friend Jamie Fessenden is hosting today’s blog tour stop for The Autumn Lands: Thanks for letting me stop by your blog to talk about The Autumn Lands, my latest novella that released yesterday from Mischief Corner Books. It’s the classic story of boy meets elf, boy and elf run away from village where boy … Read more

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First Review for “The Autumn Lands”

It’s release day, and the first review of my novella “The Autumn Lands” has rolled in – four stars! Thanks Diane! 🙂 The Autumn Lands surprised me, in a most delightful way. Too often fantasy goes off the rails with overly dramatic attention to detail and a propensity to rely on character, plot and narrative … Read more

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“The Autumn Lands” Release Day!!!!!!

The Autumn Lands

I am giddy with excitement. Today is the release date for “The Autumn Lands”, my first stand-alone print title. It’s a novella and my longest published work yet, at 35k. Cover artwork by the amazing Catherine Dair. Thanks also to Angel Marzinez, Toni Griffin, and Freddy MacKay for their great beta reads, and to Freddy … Read more

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“The Autumn Lands” Blog Tour Kicks Off

Drops of Ink

And we’re off! My first stand-alone print novella “The Autumn Lands” releases on Wednesday, and the blog tour started today with a stop at Anne Barwell’s blog, Drops of Ink: Like many of my stories, it started with the smallest germ of an idea. Back in the nineties, I tried to make a go of … Read more

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Cover Reveal: The Autumn Lands

The Autumn Lands

Hey all, I am so thrilled to announce the cover (by the amazing Catherine Dair) for my novella The Autumn Lands. I am over the moon about this cover. 🙂 Jerrith is running. Kissed by an elf, he can’t remain in his hometown of Althos any more. Not that he wanted to stay. Caspian still … Read more