>The Tower and The Eye – A Novella Series

>Yes, that’s right, I’m going to burble on about my baby now… I feel entitled to considering that it was my hard work (and writing is hard work, no matter how much you enjoy it) that put the story out there for you to read.

Just to remind you of what I am rabbiting on about, here’s the Blurb again, and I’ll make it the short one!

Cover by Noelle Pierce

The stories of the Black Tower War keep the children of the four kingdoms in check. Adults consider them to be only stories, but stories are sometimes true and they always go around in cycles…
 A mad King rules in Galivor. His sons vie for the right to become his official heir. While the youngest, Korin, chases the bandits plaguing the land, Loric sets out to plunder an abandoned dungeon.

 If you like “The Dragonlance Chronicles” or “Conan the Barbarian” then you’ll love “The Tower and The Eye” Novella Series.

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I’ve been keeping an eye on this little one – promoting it here and there, hoping and praying that people like it. I certainly enjoyed writing it, so hopefully, people will enjoy reading it. I thought you might like to see the reviews it’s getting as well –

“A very enjoyable work of sword and sorcery with well defined characters and a great sense of fun.

If you like Dungeons and Dragons style stories this will be ideal for you. For the rest of us it’s rollicking fun.
Well worth the price of entry”  

John Booth, Author via Smashwords – 5 Stars 

“If you’re a ‘Dungeons and Dragons’ fan, and if you like fantasy of the ‘traditional’ sword and sorcery type, then this is for you. Fast paced, with vivid imagery and a nicely developed plot opening the way for more stories in the series.

It is very clearly derived from Dungeons and Dragons (and other games of the same type). This is entirely intentional, as the Author makes clear in her postscript, and all the elements of these sorts of games are woven into the story, to good effect.”

Paul Trembling, Writer and Poet via  Amazon UK – 4 stars

“This is a fun read employing all the stereotypes we have come to know and love from Dungeons and Dragons and the sword and sorcery fantasy world. Axe-wielding dwarves, ethereal, pointy eared elves, a bumbling hero, a buxom barmaid and an evil lord bent on re-conquering the world. But it certainly isn’t all predictable.

Some of the characters are a tad unexpected, like the talking jar who acts as the Evil Overlord’s aide de camp. Although the author says it isn’t a spoof, I suspect she’s telling at least a little bit of a porky. The Tower and the Eye? No reverberations from Mordor? I suspended judgement and went along for the ride and got a little bit more than I bargained for. Some of the outcomes I expected didn’t come to pass. Some parts are downright funny, like the skeletal hand that holds the hero’s torch while he tries to break down the dungeon door. 

Recommended as a piece of light entertainment.”

Greta Van Der Rol, Author via Amazon US – 4 stars 

I’m really pleased with the way things are going – I’ve sold a total of 10 eBooks now. This is fine, I’ll build up my following slowly and surely.

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So, onto the second book in the series. Again the cover has been produced by the gifted Ms. Pierce – Not just a pretty face or a supremely talented Romance Writer!
Cover by Noelle Pierce

The world of Quargard is at peace. The Heart Kingdoms of Galivor, Jinran, Franier, Valdir, Reldheim and Alethdariel co-exist harmoniously, but it was not always so.
 The stories of the Black Tower War keep the children of the four kingdoms in check. Parents ensure that they eat their greens and go to bed on time by passing on the tales of the Dungeons of Doom, ruled over by The Eye of The Overlord. Adults consider them to be only stories, but stories are sometimes true and they always go around in cycles…

From each land comes a tale of derring-do, a Hero or Heroine stepping up to take on the job of Dungeon Destroyer, whether they know it or not.

Can the peace of the Heart Kingdoms survive the re-awakening of the Overlord and his horde of Creatures? Will those who venture into the dungeons return alive? Who knows? 

Venture into the World of Quargard and find out for yourself.

Book Two: A Party at Castle Grof

Castle Grof has claimed the lives of many already, but Lord Harnaz of Valdez is determined to clear the menace of the dungeon underneath completely.
 Drawn into the quest with a barbarian warrior, a monk of Tyr and an old friend, Aranok and his half sister, Ariana, begin to wonder if they will actually return to their home in the elven realm of Alethdariel alive…

 This is the book that is under production. I’m about a third of the way through the third or fourth edit and I’m hoping that this one will be out by the end of the month, so keep your eyes open!

While you’re waiting, you can pick up the first book “A Beginning” for free from Smashwords by using this code at the checkout – JS78V – all I ask is that once you’ve read it,  leave a review either on Smashwords or Amazon.

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