A word about the new Firesetter series, if you've read the Two Moons, you'll notice some strong similarities, and in some ways Firesetter will seem a bit like a rehash. The reason I've done this is to try to capture an audience that was put off by the violence, language and sexual content in the Two Moons.
Not everyone can get beyond the first few chapters of The Boy to experience all the other aspects of the series. So, I decided to try to recreate the magic and success of the Two Moons while eliminating a lot of the content that so many found objectionable. My choice was to either rewrite The Boy who Lit up the Sky, or spin it off, making it both a similar and unique story with content appropriate for a YA audience.
I hope, if you have read both, you'll evaluate A Thread of Time on it's own merits, and if you haven't read Two Moons because of the harsh content of The Boy, you'll give this one a try. The characters may be similar, and Rehnor is still the same, but the content is all new and the ending is yet to be determined.
The entire Two Moons of Rehnor, Journey to Rehnor, and Firesetter collection are enrolled in Kindle Unlimited!
Do you like the Two Moons of Rehnor series? You must, if you're here hanging around my website. Please help me find new readers by leaving me some love on Amazon.com or wherever you purchased the books. As an Indie Author, I don't have a publishing house with a big marketing budget behind me. I must rely on reviews from readers like you to help promote my work. Ideally, a review on The Boy who Lit up the Sky and/or your favorite book in the series would be very much appreciated. Thank you for your support of the series! ~Naomi
The return of the Journey to Rehnor series. Set a thousand years before the Two Moons of Rehnor series, Journey to Rehnor is a series of novella sized (15,000 – 20,000 word) episodes which follow the adventures of the Karupatani Royal Family, as well as those of the Duke of Shrotru, and Duke of Kirkut as they travel from their decimated home planet of Rozari to a new life on the planet Rehnor.
Find it on Amazon.comhttp://www.amazon.com/dp/B00S1URMSO
Some fabulous ladies and I have put together this awesome anthology of five fantastic stories all pertaining to men, murder, and midnight. Only 99cents on Amazon.com or free with your Kindle Unlimited membership. Five stories, five authors, five genres, and five dead men.
Now open in Takira-hahr, Rozari, the Two Moons of Rehnor Museum and Coffee Bistro on the main floor of the SdK Corporate Tower.
June book release update
I was hot. Yeah, right, like maybe thirty years ago. No, seriously, I was, albeit briefly. My newest novel “A Thread of Time,” in my newest series, “Firesetter,” was hot coming up to the end of its tenure in the Kindle Scout system.
But, it flamed out, which means Amazon isn’t going to do the heavy lifting by publishing and promoting it for me.
So, I’m on my own again, which being the highly opinionated and control-freak type person that I am, might actually be a good thing.
At any rate, it’s now live and local to you, exclusive on Amazon.com and enrolled in Kindle Unlimited so you can borrow it for free.http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ZQQAW6A
Firesetter Book 2, tentatively named “Amyr’s Command,” will also be arriving sometime late this summer.
As far as the the Firesetter series goes, I’ve learned a few things while writing the Two Moons of Rehnor. If you liked the Two Moons, you’ll like Firesetter. If you didn’t like the graphic language in Two Moons, you’ll be glad to know that most profanities are the classic Karupta exclamation, “Kari-fa!” I’ve also toned down the violence to more of a mental abuse rather than physical while hopefully retaining some of the edginess. It’s also suitable for a YA audience.
Lastly, right now, I’m envisioning the Firesetter series to extend at most to five novels, which gives me a decent sized project for the next year. No way, no how will it turn into a sixteen tome behemoth. Of course, I said that multiple times throughout the Two Moons series. No, seriously. Five and that’s all.