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Pre-orders are available now!
His Fairy Share is officially listed on Amazon! And it has a cover! It will go live May 1st, and you can pre-order it now.
I've had a lot of readers ask me about the audiobook. Greg Tremblay is definitely onboard! However, he won't be able to get to it until sometime this summer -- I'll let you know the dates when I know.
I also managed to get off my duff and write the blurb, lol. It's always one of the last things I do.
“Why does this always happen to us?” –Quinn Broomsparkle, wizard extraordinaire
Six months have passed since wizard Quinn Broomsparkle left behind his indentured servant shackles. He’s in love with his half-dragon/half-fairy familiar, Twig Starfig. He’s got a home. Friends. A job. And a father-in-law he could do without. A pretty close to perfect life. But as Quinn has learned the hard way, things rarely stay peaceful for long. Especially when a Starfig’s involved.
Summoned to his home realm and a past he’d thought left behind, Quinn and Twig find themselves in the middle of evil machinations . . . with no clear enemy. When Quinn’s younger brother, Zak, goes missing, it’s Starfig Investigations on the case.
Being the first wizard in a thousand years isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. On top of a missing brother, a broken-hearted red fury, an archivist with a secret, and a ghost pirate-parrot who’s determined to return to his captain, Quinn and Twig’s relationship is sorely tested when questions—and unhappy answers—about their mating dilemma are pushed to the fore.
All Quinn wants is his fairy share of happiness. Is that so much to ask?
The Amazing Sarah Jo Chreene did a portrait of Twig and Quinn! I absolutely love it! Expect to see this image show up on swag and possibly merch in the near future.
For those of you who aren't familiar with Sarah Jo's work, she recently did a rockin' cover of "Eryx" for Jaclyn Osborn and she did her very first graphic novel for "Try" by Ella Franks.
Greg Tremblay did a fantastic job on this one and if you loved the first one, you're going to LOVE this one even more.
Cover art by Lou Harper
Narration by Greg Tremblay/Greg Boudreaux
When a simple ‘find & fetch’ case throws private investigator Twig Starfig and newly-minted wizard, Quinn Broomsparkle, into the middle of an EBI murder investigation, it’s just another day in the Elder Realm.
If murder were Twig’s only problem, he’d be the luckiest half-dragon in the land. Murder he can handle. Fulfilling his promise to his scheming, power-hungry father to run for a seat on Lighthelm’s city council? Meh, he’d rather face a demon with a toothache.
On top of their case going sideways, and Twig running for a council seat he really doesn’t want, Twig and Quinn are forced to face some unpleasant realities about their budding romance, while still learning how to handle the wizard-familiar bond they now share. Throw in a red fury with abysmal taste in boyfriends, a ghost pirate-parrot who drinks too much, a murderer who will stop at nothing to get what they want, a host of new friends and enemies, and you’ve got a situation where no one is safe and everyone is Fairy Game.
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