I’ve been quiet on the Sky Road recently, and it almost killed me. There are some big BIG changes happening in the world of Y’keta and now, FINALLY I can tell you about them.
With the help of my amazing team at Ink-N-Flow Management, I have been busy re-branding both myself as an author and Sky Road series as a whole.
To bring it into line with the other titles in the series I have re-released Y’keta under the name Exile and with an amazing new cover!
Exile is the story of two strangers, one running from responsibility, one dying to be given it, together they can save the People, but only if they can stop arguing.
A young exile, Y’keta, finds a place to belong, only to find his new home threatened by secrets from his past. If he reveals what he knows to the villagers, it will tear their history and traditions apart but sharing his secrets may be their only hope for survival.
Siann has always dreamt of being a shaman. She longs for the day when she will be one of the Elders of the People. Her power whispers that this newest warrior is hiding something, and she has sworn to uncover his secrets.
Exile is an epic fantasy set in an ancient world, where legends walk and the Sky Road offers a way to the stars.
You can check out Exile at Amazon.com and soon at Kobo, Ibooks, and Barnes & Noble.
Book Two in the Sky Road Series is called Guardian and is currently in post-edits with a release date of /gulp/ April 2019! While I chew frantically on my fingernails about comma placement and verb tenses – you can enjoy a first look at the blurb!
Haunted by an old decision!
Five cycles ago Y’keta’s fear of responsibility drove him into exile. Now, settled in a new village, he faces the same choice again.
The Utlaak horde is on the move. Burning village after village in their search for the mysterious Lifebinder Crystal, and Siann, the young shaman who controls it.
Soon, they will find his village, and her.
On that day Y’keta must decide if he will risk losing everything he has come to love, or will he finally become what he was meant to be? The Guardian.