The Novel

New Ebook Cover, designed by Brad Covey, http://designer.bradcovey.com/

New Ebook Cover, designed by Brad Covey.

What would YOU do if you were seventeen, a woodworker’s daughter, and your kingdom’s sorcerer-dictator was determined to see you dead?

With 4100+ copies downloaded Sept 3-7, 2012, and another 2700+ in February 2013,”The Crimson League” reached number 4 on the fantasy bestseller list on amazon.com.

Join Kora Porteg in the kingdom of Herezoth as she aids her homeland’s organized resistance. Opposing the sorcerer who slew the royal family, Kora soon discovers she’s a sorceress herself, as well as the unwitting subject of an old and often mocked legend. Though she accepts she can have no place in Herezoth after civil war should end, she fights alongside the usurper’s sister, a thief, a scholar, two telekinetic brothers, and other members of the group that calls itself the Crimson League. As their prospects deteriorate, the League has no choice but to make a final stand against its foe and the army that supports him.

“The Crimson League” is the first in a trilogy of novels about Herezoth and its magicked inhabitants, as they struggle to make names for themselves, or simply to survive, against prejudice and evil. A fun blend of urban and classic, sword and sorcery fantasy, reviews have compared it to Suzanne Collins and “The Hunger Games.”

Interested in more? Read about the title, check out the opening excerpt for free, and don’t forget to investigate the second installment of the Herezoth trilogy, “The Magic Council,” also now available! (Both ebook covers designed by Brad Covey, http://www.bradcovey.com)

Want to buy? There are three ways to read the “The Crimson League”:

1. Order “The Crimson League” for the Kindle for just $3.99. Amazon Prime members can read for free!

2. Order a print copy from amazon.com. Shipping is free for Amazon Prime members and for anyone with a cart containing $25 of eligible items (“The Crimson League” costs $14.99).

3. Order “The Crimson League” from the publisher, CreateSpace.

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  9. Congratulations on the bestseller! The Crimson League is an intriguing name, I have to congratulate on that one as well 🙂 I feel like finding a true name for your book is half the battle.

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