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Lady Knight Cover and Giveaway!

Hello everyone!

Short post today, just because I'm excited to get back to work on Knight Captain and don't have a lot to talk about.

Yesterday I received the first sketches of the new cover for Lady Knight, and oh. My. God. I am so excited! Ruben is absolutely killing it, and I cannot wait to show everyone the finished cover. The hype is real, and the end of March can't get here fast enough.

To celebrate the new cover, I've decided that I'm going to be giving away three signed copies of Lady Knight with the new cover in April. The actual date is still to-be-determined, but I'll make sure to post here and on Facebook when that starts.

Revisions for the new-cover version of Lady Knight are well underway as well, so not only will it have a new cover, but also many little fixes and revisions I've found necessary.

Thanks for reading!

Nathan

Knight Captain, New Cover for Lady Knight, and More!

Hello everyone!

Work on Knight Captain, book two of The Knight Case, is well underway! The book is about 15% done so far, and this post will be showing up before days 6 and 7 of working on it. I've also got a blurb about the book. It's subject to revision in the future, but for now I'm excited to share at least this much with everyone:
The events that transpired on Earth have passed, and a relative return to peace has come over Draeca. Friends have been put to rest, romances have blossomed, and the traitor magician Mathias has been brought into custody. Lady Athana Marjoya is continuing the work started by the treacherous magician turned hero Marek to discover a safer way to create new magicians. The Knight Sanet is healed from his wounds sustained during the invasion of Earth, and the Knight Albidor is happy to be gone from the place. Trade is prospering, the people are happy, and things couldn’t seem to be going better. But Knight Captain Emil Rouland is not having a goo…

Lady Knight

For the first post of this blog, I feel that I should probably go ahead and include a link to my first novel, Lady Knight. Below is a short blurb about the book.
Detective Cameron Knight does not believe in magic. It's kind of hard to when you're a single(-ish) mother in a high stress job that pulls you from bed at all hours of the night. One of these nights, though, Cameron encounters a magician. Not one of those guys who pulls rabbits out of hats, but a real, true magician. Of course she doesn't believe it. Until Mathias reveals to her a world that is full of magic, Knights, kings, and more.

Following the writings of one of the most powerful magicians to have ever lived, Mathias escaped to Earth, running from Knight Captain Emil Rouland. Emil has been tasked with bringing Mathias before the King of Draeca to face the King's justice. But Marek, a magician and enemy of Mathias, has other ideas. He sees this as his big break to finally exact his revenge on Mathias and be…