It’s took me a while, because I hate writing them, but I finally have a back cover blurb for Black Arrow (read it – eventually – below). Yay me!
By the way, by pre-ordering Black Arrow through the links on this post (any books through almost any link on my page, in fact), you doubly help me, because I use affiliate links to help pay for this site. It costs you no extra, but helps me squirrel away a tiny percentage extra. Again, YAY ME! And I very much appreciate your continued support, folks, I really do. Anyhow, check out the new blurb below the awesome Pen Astridge cover art. I hope you like it and I hope thousands of others do too. Shout it from the fantasy rooftops!
Tragedy rarely visits alone; when one hero falls, more usually follow, such is the nature of war.
Whilst Cheung travels Brisance and the Black Guild tears itself apart, Correia Burr rides for The Marches with her trusted Pathfinders, in search of an enemy they know nothing about.
But when her network of informers yield little, Correia makes a necessary decision to lead her closest companions beyond Altoln’s borders, into Sirreta and the unknown. What they find forces Correia back, and on again, in a race to Wesson, leaving far more than her friends behind.
Throughout it all: massing armies, shocking betrayals and devastating, heart-breaking losses, a familiar name continues to be whispered on the lips of many: Dignaaln, emissary.
Super stoked to finally get that uploaded onto Goodreads and Amazon. It’ll also eventually end up on the back cover of the paperback and hardback editions, both of which will follow on from the Kindle edition – out 31st August 2018!
Born Lancashire, England, J. P. Ashman is a Northern lad through and through. His parents love wildlife, history, fantasy and science fiction, and passed their passion on to him. They read to him from an early age and encouraged his imagination at every turn. His career may be in optics, as a manager/technician, but he loves to make time for writing and reading every day. Now living rurally in the Cotswolds with Wifey and their little Norse Goddess Freya, he's inspired daily by the views they have and the things they see, from the deer in the fields to the buzzards circling overhead.
Writing is a huge part of his life and the medieval re-enactment background and tabletop gaming lend to it; when he's not writing the genre, he's either reading or playing it. He plans to keep writing, both within his current series, and those to come, whether short stories or epic tomes.
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