The Socerer’s Garden #Free on #Kindle

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Yep, a little more promotion.

Free 10/25 – 10/27

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I want to thank each reader who graciously supported me by purchasing the book, despite knowing that at some point it would likely pop up as a freebie for a few days. The gesture is lovingly appreciated for all it signifies.

Each review is a gift and results in a spontaneous happy dance. Somewhere, someone is taking the time to gather thoughts, click over to Amazon, and share an opinion with other readers. Here’s what a few reviewers are saying:

Interesting Fantasy Read!
“The Sorcerer’s Garden” by D. Wallace Peach is a truly unique and interesting read. The story seems ordinary at first but quickly takes an epic fantasy turn. The main character is a 28-year-old named Madlyn who is not having the greatest luck with her relationships or her career. By chance, she gets a new job that involves reading to a man who is in a vegetative state. Madlyn thinks the job will be boring and mundane but it turns into so much more as Madlyn is literally sucked into the book that she’s reading the man. She appears as a princess in the story and faces off against others that she knows in real life. The author then takes readers on an unforgettable back-and-forth journey between “real life” Madlyn and the Madlyn in the storybook.

I find it very hard to describe “The Sorcerer’s Garden” because of the back-and-forth and unique storyline but would recommend it to fantasy and adventure genre fans. The author does a good job creating a world of interesting characters and not only showing them in one setting, such as the real world but also in the book setting that the main character is reading. I look forward to reading more from D. Wallace Peach after reading this book.


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” I think the way this book combined fantasy and reality was really masterful, and the character and story development were especially good. I hope to read more such novels from this author in the future.”

A Tangled Tale of Modern and Medieval Life
“You need your wits about you keep with the plot twists in this unusual fantasy.”

Many thanks!

 

Launch Party – The Bone Wall

imagesLaunch Day came and went, but it’s not too late.  

The Bone Wall is officially official. Available on Amazon Kindle’s KDP program for 90 days before it expands into other formats that I have yet to figure out.  This is the launch of the book and the start of my experiment in self-publishing.

Still Available:

Bone Wall CoverFree kindle download of The Bone Wall with a quasi-commitment to bless me with a review. (I promise no pestering if for some reason you decide not to).

To get this rolling, just drop me note in the contact form below mentioning The Bone Wall. I’ll use your email address to gift you a kindle copy of the book.

Five Elements CoverFree pdf download of the new Sci-fi/Fantasy release Five Elements Anthology by me and my Writers Group buds. Six authors with seven unique short stories despite the fact that they all include: 1. an alien, 2. a ghost, 3. a spaceship, 4. a conflict with a boss, and 5. a…fireplace poker? Download your Five Elements Anthology here: Five Elements Anthology PDF

 

The Bone Wall

This is a dark, gritty fantasy. Not for the prim or squeamish.

Blue light ripples and crackles as the shield walls fracture. The remnants of a doomed civilization stand vigil outside, intent on plunder and slaves, desirous of untainted blood to strengthen their broken lives. With the poisons, came deformities and powers, enhanced senses and the ability to manipulate waves of energy—lightbenders and fire-wielders.

For those who thrived for generations within the walls, the broken world looms, strange and deadly, slowly dying. While the righteous pray for salvation, Rimma prepares for battle, fueled by rage and blinded by vengeance. Her twin, Angel, bound to her by unbreakable magic, seeks light in the darkness, hope in the future, and love in a broken world.

Thank you for helping me celebrate.

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The Bone Wall Launch Party – Sunday

9519448141_dd10ec06bd_hI read that I’m supposed to set up a book launch party a month in advance. But I figure if you’re like me, your gray matter is stuffed to the point of insensibility; you’re flat out of a niche to cram another extraneous detail. I remember things for 24 hours max and that’s pushing it.

So, it’s three days away. SUNDAY, February 15th, 8 AM, NYC time (I better write that down or I’ll forget).

Happy_child_2And just so you know, that’s before dawn in my neck of the woods. Under normal circumstances, I’d be comatose until the coffee kicks in, but not this time. The Bone Wall is my first foray into self-publishing, and I’ll admit to a dose of uninhibited giddiness, the destiny of this book solely in my grubby little hands. It’s a good feeling no matter the outcome.

What’s in store for blog visitors?

Bone Wall CoverFree kindle download of The Bone Wall with a quasi-commitment to cough up a review (no pestering if for any reason you decide not to).

Remember, this is a dark, gritty, character-driven book that won’t be for everyone. Literary violence, sex, and profanity, if that makes any sense. If you want to browse the first chapter please visit The Bone Wall page on this blog.

 

Five Elements CoverFree—no strings attached—pdf download of the new Sci-fi/Fantasy release, Five Elements Anthology by me and my Writers Group buds. Seven unique short stories despite the fact that they all include: 1. an alien, 2. a ghost, 3. a spaceship, 4. a conflict with a boss, and 5. a…fireplace poker? Five elements, get it?

 

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Plus hourly kindle giveaways of either The Melding of Aeris

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Stop by even if it’s just to say hi. And thank you in advance for being such great supports out there in the blogosphere.

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