After being out of print for a little over a year, I’m very pleased to announce that my first novel, and the first full-length novel in The Werewolf Saga series, is back in print. This edition features about 10,000 words that were cut out of the previous editions, offering more insight into the actions and motivations of some characters in the early part of the story.
The cover for this edition was designed by my son, Alex, under my direction. We went for a simple, subtle design and a pallet of only three colors that will be used again on the upcoming release of Ulrik and Nadia’s Children. Unlike previous versions, these covers will really serve to tie the novels together visually as a series.
Also, for the first time ever, Shara is available electronically and exclusively for the Kindle market. In time it will be available for the Nook and other readers.
So far, the book is not showing up at Barnes & Noble online, and I’m told it could be a few weeks before that happens. For now, it’s available here:
The Shara page of this site has been completely updated with more description and blurbs and such. You can see that here.
If all goes as planned, Ulrik will be available within two weeks and Nadia’s Children will see its first ever publication two weeks after that.
Many, many thanks to all the fans who have waited patiently for this series to resume.