Cover Reveal – The Betrayed (Dawning of Muirwood book 3)
I can’t believe that it’s time to share the cover for book 3 of my new Muirwood series. It’s been a whirlwind putting together this trilogy and so very neat that the cover is now *live* and ready for the third and final book. It’s also available for pre-order as well. Feast your eyes on this:
What is that castle yonder? I won’t tell you. I will only say that it’s somewhere you’ve never been before. But you’ve wanted to. This story has been so much fun to write, I can’t wait until you get a chance to read it. You can pre-order it here.
I announced last time that 47North has been updating the covers of the previous Muirwood trilogies (Legends and Covenant) and they are live now too. I’ve ordered some copies for myself because I want *all* the versions. Who doesn’t, right? They’ve available on Amazon now. If you’d like a signed copy of these new versions, I will provide a discount (my “friends and family” discount) for orders of 3 books or more and throw in free shipping too (for US customers). If you’d like to know more, send an e-mail to wojwbooks ‘at’ gmail dot com.
For those interested in meeting in person, I will be making a few author appearances this year. I’ll be teaching a class and signing books at Storymakers in Provo, UT on May 13-14. I will also be the keynote speaker and teaching several classes at the Southwest Washington Writers Conference in Centralia, WA in September. There will be a book signing as well: (http://southwestwashingtonwriters.com/)
May 1st is the official pub day of The Druid. Hope you’re excited for it!
9 thoughts on “Cover Reveal – The Betrayed (Dawning of Muirwood book 3)”
I got The Druid in advance and it’s reminding me an awful lot of The Wretched. It’s going to be a lot different as I get into it, right?? I love your books!
Jeff Wheeler says:
Noticeably different 🙂
julia helen markham says:
When are your books going to be made into a film/tv series? I think you should contact Peter Jackson, Director…or Netflix…or Amazon!!! Just imagine who could play Owen Kiskaddon……
Nicole Wallen says:
I agree with Julia! So many books made into movies! I would be beside myself if they turned your books into movies! No filth, clean page gripping adventure and writing!
Lloyd Mendenhall says:
I just finished The Druid. What a great book. I look forward to the next in the series. I hadn’t read any of the the books but will start now. I must admit I was caught off guard when I saw the name Mendenhall as the name of the town the Sheriff’s men came from.
Any chance you might tour and sign books outside the US (e.g. the UK)?
I have read The Druid and The Hunted both already. While waiting on The Betrayed to be released I read all three Mirrowen books and was not disappointed save a few minor details. I wonder now if a certain character from The Hunted is possibly related to a Mirrowen character given their shared names. I know you are busy writing new stories but if you ever have some spare moments, I would love to read The Druid from Hoel’s point of view. Colvin and Collier were fairly easy to understand characters, but Hoel is a rather private young man and keeps his thoughts to himself. I wish I knew what was going on in his head while he follows Eilean around. Excited for the day The Betrayed hits shelves!!
Karen Fong says:
Hi. I stumbled on “the banished” then finished the trilogy and read the first Muirwood trilogy then found the Druid and am asking for the next two for Christmas and my birthday!! Which series should i read next?
I just finished reading Landmoor and Silverkin. In the Author’s Note, there is a strong suggestion that you intend to revisit the characters of this series, but I’ve been unable to find the next book in Thealos Quickfellow’s tale. Where may I find these stories, or, if not yet published, do you know when you intend to return to this story arc?