I’m super excited to share the cover for Joshua and the Arrow Realm! First, here’s what book two of the Joshua and the Lightning Road series is about:
Joshua and the Arrow Realm
(Trade paperback, August 30th, 2016 Month9Books)
Joshua never thought he’d return to the world of Nostos so soon. But, when King Apollo needs his help in the Arrow Realm, Joshua’s will and powers will be tested in order to save him. With his loyalties divided between our world and theirs, Joshua wonders whether he alone can restore magic to the twelve powerless Olympian heirs, or whether he is being tricked into making the one mistake that might cost them all.
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Ooh, right? I love it as much or even more than book one, Joshua and the Lightning Road.
How about this amazing quote from New York Times bestselling author, Michael Northrup! Check out his TombQuest series.
Can you tell I’m excited to share?
I know, I know, you have to wait until August 30th for the release but here’s an excerpt to hold you over!
Excerpt from Joshua and the Arrow Realm:
A faint rumble groaned through the whistling wind.
Thunder ripped the sky overhead.
Charlie reached the frozen pond, spinning across it. “Woohoo! I win! You Americans can’t beat us at speed!”
Lightning flashed. It zinged across the pine trees like brilliant sunlight. A seed of terror klonopin flickered inside me.
Another flash scorched the sky.
Charlie’s smile fell to a frown as he raced across the ice, peering up into the swirling clouds.
We both knew what lightning could do.
Suddenly, sneaking outside for a moonlit sled ride before Bo Chez got home from his monthly poker game didn’t seem so smart.
The sleet turned to snow. Icicles flew off trees like glass splinters, shattering on the hard snow. As I shot toward the pond, a tree on the edge moved. Its branches swayed in the swirling snow.
It wasn’t a tree, but a girl! She stumbled through the mad flurry, arms outstretched.
Gusts snatched the words away as my sled hit the ice and careened out of control on the bumpy surface. The girl staggered and fell onto the pond. I twisted my sled away to avoid hitting her and smashed right into Charlie. With a yelp, he pulled me up, and we clumped toward the girl. We lifted her up, half dragging her back up the hill to the house in the pelting snow and sleet.
“Who is she?” Charlie yelled.
“No idea,” I yelled back.
He said more, but his words were lost in the wind.
My lungs burned with the cold and effort. There was only one reason someone would appear with lightning—to steal us. This girl might appear like a waif unprepared for a storm but I couldn’t trust that’s all she was.
While you’re waiting for the full cover release, please enjoy the map for book two of the Arrow Realm by the talented Al Sirois. Watch for this coming as a two-page spread in the front of the book!Thanks for being so awesome!