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Two very nice reviews for The Unlikely Hero.

Posted in Reviews From Others. with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 25, 2013 by beauschemery

The Unlikely Hero is out now and I’ve recieved two splendid reviews. One from Pixie at MM Good Book Reviews:

And one from The Novel Approach:


Book Cover, Blurb and Appearances! Oh my.

Posted in Art Stuff., Author Announcements and Appearances. with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 28, 2013 by beauschemery

The new cover revealed! Meet Celestrian and Mother Dragon from my newest YA novel, The Unlikely Hero. This little gem will be releasing April 15th from Harmony Ink Press with a cover by me:) Also a few more appearances have been added: the Public Library for Union County on April 22nd. I’ll also be at America’s Most Wanted Collectibles in Williamsport for Free Comic Book Day on May 4th. More news on those as they grow closer. Below is the blurb for The Unlikely Hero. It’s the first book of a series that promises to be a lot of fun. Think the bastard son of J.R.R. Tolkien and Monty Python. Enjoy!

Despite the suspicions Mother Dragon shared with Celestrian before her death, he may be the last surviving unicorn of Vrelenden—though most may simply think him some crazy person with a horn attached to his forehead. Nevertheless, Trian has nothing to hold on to but hope, and he’s about to hang that hope on an unlikely hero named Renwald Mallorian. Ren may have been born an accountant’s son, but he’s longed to be a professional hero for as long as he can remember, and he’s read every book on the subject he could get his hands on. When Trian arrives and hires him to find the last remaining unicorns, Ren jumps at the offer and their quest begins.

But the evil Father Denkham is intent on obtaining the last unicorn and sets a deadly assassin on their trail. If that isn’t bad enough, they’ll face a Vampire, Dragon, bandits, and zombies. Their only hope now is for Ren to prove he’s the hero he always dreamed of becoming—but no book in the world could have prepared him for what’s in store.