A colleague of mine, whom I first met ten years ago (online) in the Online Writer’s Workshop, is celebrating his book release today. He has a beautiful writing voice and this story is well-researched, a work of both passion and philosophy. I’ve only read excerpts of it so far, but I am looking forward to reading the whole thing.
Visit Dragonwell and learn more about W.B.J. “Walt” Williams and his new fantasy novel The Garden at The Roof of the World. Or just head over to Amazon and grab the book! Today only if you buy a copy and send a screen shot of your proof of purchase, Dragonwell will give you a $5 gift certificate toward one of their other books.
In fact, I can recommend most any of those too, such as Assassin’s Gambit by Amy Raby,
The Princess of Dhagabad by Anna Kashina, Crossfire by Nancy Kress–she had good books on Writing as well, by the way–The Far West by Patricia C. Wrede, and Spellbent by Lucy A. Snyder. Dragonwell Publishing is one of those super awesome small presses that give voice to new and exciting authors the larger publishing industry too often overlooks. If I hadn’t decided to go indie, I might have gone with them myself.
So, go on, check out The Garden at The Roof of the World.
P.S. I just bought it, quickly snapped a screen shot (Ctrl, Shift, 4 on my Mac) and emailed it to Dragonwell at dragonwellpublishing(at)gmail(dot)com and they sent me the gift code, just like that! Thank you, Dragonwell!