Book name reveal, teasers, and other goodies…

If you’re a regular around these parts of the blogosphere, you may have noticed I haven’t been posting as much as usual in the last week or so (although I did review The Jewel by Amy Ewing over at Aussie Owned a week and a bit ago). That’s because I’ve been a tad busy, and not just with the start of the silly season.

See, for some reason, someone (um, me) thought it was a good idea to have all three books in the Isla’s Inheritance trilogy come out in the space of just over six months.

So since Isla’s Inheritance came out, we’ve been going back and forth on the edits for Isla’s Oath. And the same week I sent back the galley proof on that, my editor sent me the first-round edits on the third book in the series.

“So, what is the name of the third book?” I hear you ask. “I don’t think you’ve mentioned it before.”

No, that’s right, I haven’t. Because it’s a tiny bit spoilery. Only a tiny bit, mind you. But I feel like it’s time to let the cat out of the bag. Wanna know what it is?

Melpomene’s Daughter

*flings confetti*

It’s the last book in the trilogy and although I love all my children equally (of course), it’s maybe a tiny bit more my favourite than the other two. Because I get to gather all the big plot threads, the major plot arcs of the series, and tie them into a bow. Or cut them with a knife. You know, whatever. 😉

Melpomene’s Daughter is scheduled for release on 23 April, and Isla’s Oath on 22 January. Mark those dates down in your calendar!

In the meantime, have you guys all seen my first teaser for Isla’s Oath? This is Everest. You can tell because I put his name on the teaser. I’m a graphic design genius!

Isla_Everest2

If you haven’t yet read Isla’s Inheritance, here is a handy link to the Amazon page that I prepared earlier. If you have, please consider leaving a review. And if you’ve done that too, I love you more than words can say. ❤

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2 Comments on “Book name reveal, teasers, and other goodies…”

  1. Stacey Nash says:

    Exciting! I love that title and what it implies for the series. 🙂


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