Though I, and many of her other fans, have talked to her about writing more stories from this fantasy realm, this is the concluding novel--for now!--for Wil, Nash, Layla, Grant, Samson, and a host of other characters. I'm lucky to have gotten to know these people and share in their journey. And I'm honored that I was able to participate, at least a little, in the telling of their adventures, and even in shaping their destinies.
Erin is an amazing storyteller. The world is spectacular, the characters real and relatable. She pulls you into her universe, and you don't ever want to leave. On October 15th, you'll be able to linger a little longer.
Her cover artists, Anita Carroll, did a fantastic job of capturing the mysticism and wonder between the front and back pages.
Here is a little teaser to whet your appetite!
With Nash imprisoned and Vance on the warpath, Layla ventures to the Outlands to negotiate the
Halfling prince’s release and to discover the century’s old secret of the Outlander people. But she
underestimated the evil lurking with Queen Cataleen. And the Outlander power, the coveted secret
And the Outlander secret power leads to lasting consequences that affect Wil, Nash, and Layla in ways none of them could have imagined.
And now for the big reveal! (Cue music!!)
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word. She went on to work as a grammar and writing tutor in college and is still teased by her family and friends for being a member of the "Grammar Police."
A Southern girl by blood and birth, Erin now lives in a rainy pocket of the Pacific Northwest with the amazingly talented (and totally handsome) writer Deek Rhew and their “overly fluffy,” patient-as-a-saint writing assistant, a tabby cat named Trinity. She and Deek enjoy reading aloud to one another, running, lifting, boxing, eating chocolate, and writing side-by-side.
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