Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Book Chat: A Dragon's Lament by River Fairchild / Reborn Blog Tour

 

A Dragon’s Lament, book 2 of the Jewels of Chandra series, by River Fairchild is out now!

Magic is real. So is betrayal.

David enters the Fire Kingdom and events shift from bad to worse. He learns a shocking truth about the dragons, a truth destined to block his efforts to retrieve the lost magic of Shaylar from the ruling Council.  After a cave-in and injuries force a rescue, David finds himself more isolated than before as personal concerns scatter his trusted advisors and the wizard who led him there abandons him.

The head of the dragon Council negotiates separate deals with both David and his father, sowing further discord between them. David's close friend, Lothan, disappears into the caves and doesn't return. A group of dissidents kidnap Wilks, the child empath David is sworn to protect. With no options left, he accepts the Council's demands to help them in their centuries-old conflict, risking a war which might kill them all.

Even if David manages to win, there's no guarantee the dragons will let him leave the region alive. They don't want the Kingdom of Shaylar to rise again and will stop at nothing to see it remain a pile of dust.

To purchase A Dragon's Lament: Amazon US / Amazon UK / Smashwords / Nook / iTunes
Other links can be found here.
Available in ebook and print formats.

River Fairchild is somewhat odd, brandishes a dry sense of humor, owned by several cats. Lives in a fantasy world. A fabricator of magic. Makes stuff up and spins tales about it. Believes in Faerie crossings and never staying in one place for very long. Speculative Fiction wordsmith. The secret to her stories? Spread lies, blend in truths, add a pinch of snark and a dash of tears. Escape into her world. She left the porch light on so you can find your way down the rabbit hole. For more information, click here to follow River's blog.






Today for the Reborn Blog Tour, I will be at:

Mary Pax's blog talking about the Philosophy of Fate
Brandon Ax's blog for an interview
Julie Flander's blog talking about world-building
Aaron Galvin's blog for an interview

And today's behind the scenes look at Reborn:  In order to keep track on when things happened in Reborn, I created new names for the months based on the gods and goddesses. Mephetry (January), Genary (February), Bellam (March), Altheam (April), Inasham (May), Kisam (June), Theanry (July), Vestiam (August), Luquiry (September), Tammanry (October), Apenthry (November), and Hupogaim (December).

The authors of Untethered Realms and I are giving away over $50 worth of books to one lucky winner. The giveaway is open internationally.



Goodreads Book Giveaway

Reborn by Cherie Reich

Reborn

by Cherie Reich

Giveaway ends June 23, 2014.
See the giveaway details at Goodreads.
Enter to win

14 comments:

River Fairchild said...

Thanks so much for having me here today, Cherie!

Crystal Collier said...

I love the concept behind A Dragon's Lament. The series is totally on the TBR list. Oh that I could read with half my brain and do everything else with the other half simultaneously.

Natalie Aguirre said...

River's book sounds awesome. Congrats to her!

David P. King said...

Such a beautiful cover. Dragons have a way of luring me in. :)

DEZMOND said...

we do love them mighty dragons

M Pax said...

I'm really enjoying Diamonds & Dust. Yay for River.

Southpaw said...

I say, it doesn't take much more past the word 'dragon' to count me in.

Editors At Work said...

River's book sounds awesome. Congratulations to her!

Stephanie Faris said...

Congratulations, River. Sounds like a great book.

Al Diaz said...

Today is River's day, so nice! I've said so already and I'll say it again, I love that cover. But I must add I love your cover too, Cherie! Dragon Hugs to both.

River Fairchild said...

Thanks, everyone!

Medeia Sharif said...

How cool about naming the months and I've seen River everywhere. I love her cover.

Jo said...

I bought River's book and enjoyed it.

Jocelyn Rish said...

I've seen River's book on other blogs and just love her cover.

Your Reborn cover is pretty awesome, too! That's so cool that you made up new month names based on the gods of your world.