New Beginnings

Welcome, friends and fans of Eolyn, to my new web site and on line journal!

I am very excited to be opening up a new venue in my very own domain. Of course, I am also still in the process of figuring out the system here, so please have patience as I add features and work out the kinks going forward.

I have some very exciting news to usher in the month of October.

First, I am currently listening to the audio recording of High Maga, interpreted by the wonderful Darla Middlebrook.  Eeeeeeeeeeh!  I couldn’t be more excited. Darla was also the narrator for the audio edition of Eolyn. She has a wonderful and versatile voice that captures the spirit of Eolyn’s world. If everything goes well, we’ll be looking at the release of the audio edition in November.

My other favorite blog Heroines of Fantasy is gearing up for FRIGHT FEST 2014, a month-long celebration of the edge (and sometimes the depths!) of darkness. At least twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays, we will feature a scary story from our contributors or reviewers. The party starts this Thursday with an opening post by yours truly. Our first scary story will be from Terri-Lynne DeFino on Friday October 3. The festival of spooks will culminate on October 31, when we invite everyone to participate in Build-a-Scary-Story. Join us if you dare.

Speaking of spooky, to celebrate the launch of this new web site the electronic editions of High Maga are on sale for just $0.99! This is a great price that will get you some solid dark fantasy, complete with ominous demons and bloodthirsty villains – just in time for Halloween. Download your copy from Amazon, Kobo, or Barnes and Noble.

Here’s one of my goals for this journal: Shorter posts, but more of ’em. So I will wrap up here and be back again soon. Please explore my new web site, and let me know what you think, what you’d like to see, and where you’d like to go on our next adventure.

Thank you so much for visiting!


2 thoughts on “New Beginnings

  1. It looks beautiful! Congratulations on the new site, love. I look forward to following Eolyn, and your, adventures here.


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