It’s here! Guardian: Rise of the Nature Walker

Well, I have to say that almost two decades ago, when I first started playing an MMORPG, I never would have guessed that experience would lead to the gorgeous book cover over there. Even a decade ago, when the late nights, guild raids, and TeamSpeak chats were just a happy memory, I was sitting on a manuscript that I couldn’t share – wouldn’t share – but it wouldn’t let me go. It took another ten years for me to finish it, polish it, rip it to bits and start again. It was a Superginormous chunk of memory in my cloud drive. It turned into a private blog, and that’s where the first beta reader not only gave me feedback but encouraged me to keep writing and keep working on the story.

Wanderer came first and is the most similar to the original superginormous manuscript. Everyone hates exposition, and that’s what I thought Wanderer was…but it isn’t, not really. It’s an introduction to Ginolwenye – Gin for short – and to the world I created for her to inhabit. Next came Tempest, arguably the most dark, personal, and difficult thing I have ever written. The majority of those two books were written years ago, and only needed some revising.

Guardian was different. Guardian was the end of the story that I couldn’t quite make myself write. At the time that I wrote the first two, Guardian was somewhere I didn’t want to go because I didn’t want Gin’s story to be over. I wasn’t ready to leave Gin’s world. But, as people started to get to know her and became invested in her story, I knew I had to be brave enough to see this story through. And so, Guardian came into being. And here it is, launch day for this last book in the Nature Walker Trilogy, and I still can’t believe all of this is real.

Funny thing about Gin, though. She isn’t done just yet. She is just coming into her own – her birthright, her inheritance, herself. Gin has a lot more to do, and I can’t wait for her to point me in the direction of her next adventure. For now, though, you can get your copy of Guardian by clicking on this link. Ta very much, y’all. Very much indeed.

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