We have some good and bad news to share with you all.
The GOOD news is that we have an upcoming release of the 2nd book in Andi O’Connor’s YA fantasy series The Vaelinel Trilogy. YAY! *does a happy dance*
The BAD news is that due to issues with the formatter, it still hasn’t gone to print and we don’t have an official release date. 😦
But…we do have some more GOOD news and can share the ebook cover! What do you think? Does it whet your appetite?
It’s time to ring in the New Year! What a better way to celebrate than to treat yourself with an end of the year present? Pick up a Hardback of Silevethiel on Amazon for 24% off! Begin 2014 with a journey to the world of Vaelinel and discover the magic of the elves!
Have a joyous and safe start to 2014! Sláinte!
Happy Friday, everyone! This is a quick update to let you know the new release date for Silevethiel is December 24th! There was a huge headache with the distributor, but I’m glad the issue has been resolved and the date is finalized. The publication of my second book is just as exciting as the first, perhaps even more so because I published this one myself. The experience has been challenging but also extremely gratifying. I want to thank all of you for your constant support and understanding. I couldn’t have done it without you!
For those of you who may be interested, Silevethiel is now available for Pre-Order on both Amazon and Barnes & Noble! Enjoy!
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This is the only way to get a hard copy of Silevethiel before the holidays! Enjoy and Happy Reading!
Hello everyone! This is just a quick post to let you know the updated publication date for Silevethiel has been set for 12/24. If you were planning on purchasing Silevethiel for a Christmas or Holiday gift, you can do so HERE for 10% off! To make the gift extra special, signed copies are available at the regular price.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but due to a clerical error at the distributor ‘s office, the official release of Silevethiel has been pushed back for another 3 to 4 weeks. I will keep all of you up to date and let you know as soon as the hardback is available via Amazon, B&N, etc. Until then, you can purchase the hardback for 10% off the retail price at SquareMarket. If you’re looking for that special holiday gift for your favorite fantasy fan, signed copies of Silevethiel can be purchased HERE! It is also available as an eBook at Amazon, B&N, and Kobo.
Thank you for your continued support, and happy reading!
© 2013 by Madison Romig
Happy Tuesday, everyone!
Today begins the final countdown before the release of Silevethiel in Hardback on November 26th! To celebrate and to say ‘Thank You’ to all my fans for your continued support, the eBook of Silevethiel is on sale for 50% off on MyBookOrders.com from now until Nov. 26th. Type the promo code THANK50 during checkout and enjoy!
I have some exciting news to share with all of you! Autographed copies of Silevethiel in hardback are now available for purchase online at:
If you would like it personalized/dedicated, please type it exactly how you want it to appear in the comment box during checkout. I’m so happy to be able to offer signed copies to those of you who may want one but can’t attend any of my events. Unfortunately, this is only available for USA customers at the moment, but I hope to be able to offer it worldwide soon!
A signed book is a great gift idea for your favorite Fantasy lovers! For those of you not interested in a signed copy, Silevethiel is on sale for $2.00 off the regular retail price!
Silevethiel is now available in eBook! Click the buttons below to pick up a copy for your Nook or Kindle today and see why Kirkus Reviews called it “A fresh adventure novel sure to enchant a wide range of fantasy fans.”
(eBooks can also be purchased at: MyBookOrders)
A voice penetrated Irewen’s deep sleep.
Her father said only one word, her name, but he was so desperate in his calling that she was immediately pulled from her slumber. She woke, searching in vain for the man she knew wouldn’t be there, couldn’t be there. Sorrow filled her heart anew when he didn’t answer her silent plea. But amidst the all too familiar grief, there flowered a warm bubble of joy.
She had heard his voice, and she had not forgotten.
(The above excerpt is from Silevethiel)