Reader Appreciation Specials For The Bow of Hart Saga Print Editions & Archer’s Aim Press Store for Black Friday and Cyber Monday
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The last few years, I have been not feeling very well at all. As such, I failed to offer any discounts for Black Friday and Cyber Monday. That’s changing this year and you are the beneficiary with a lot of price reductions from my print editions to 25% storewide at Archer’s Aim Press Store. Pricing changes and the 25% discount are good through Cyber Monday.
The complete editions of The Bow of Hart Saga novels in one e-book.
A new series cover for the boxed set.
Featured content about the series.
An excerpt from an upcoming novella to be published next year. It’s related to Denaria, the world in which these books are set.
An excerpt from The Order of the Dark Rose.
A comprehensive glossary of characters and places in the series.
The New Cover & More
Here’s the cover just for you. The set is on special throughout the holidays into 2023 at $6.99 which is at least a 30% discount off the full prices of the books together. This special edition version is only available until about mid-January at the latest, so grab it while you can. It will make a great Christmas Gift. After the special, the boxed set will revert back to the standard version. Meanwhile, have a look and share this post with every fantasy fan you know.
The Bow of Hart Saga Special Edition Boxed Set
More Gift Ideas!
But wait, there’s more news!. Visit my store to find items with artwork based on the books. I’m adding all kinds of stuff to the listings and I’m running a discount there too! Just use NOV15 for a 15% discount off any purchase. Seriously, this has got some nice gift potential too. If you want something you don’t see, just drop me a comment and I’ll see if your idea is available.
Metadata for The Bow of Hart Saga:
Genre: Epic Fantasy/Fantasy/Sword & Sorcery
Sub-genre: Dragons, shapeshifter, magic, & more.
Number of books included in the boxed set: 3 – The Bow of Destiny, An Arrow Against the Wind, and The White Arrow.
What’s Not in this Edition:
Unfortunately, I was not able to create a print version due to the page limitations for creating a single edition on KDP. With pricing requirements, it will be hard to discount paperback and hard cover editions very much but I’ll take a look and post it on the site if I can. I do think I will have another surprise with this boxed set, so follow this site to receive further announcements and all the regular posts.
I’ve always been a fantasy geek. Books by authors like Tolkien, McCaffrey, McKillip and more stoked my imagination on frosty winter nights as much as the fireplace warmed my limbs. Now I love writing my own fantasy tales. My imagination merges with my sense of everyday courage as I tell stories about characters challenged by life as they discover they matter. My background in anthropology mingles with my fantasy settings as my characters seek truth beyond their quests and adventures. Join me on the fantasy path and let’s share a book at the fire.
Read about this reaction to The Bow of Destiny from a reader this week.
A reader contacted me this week about her reading of The Bow of Destiny. We’ve had an email conversation which I totally enjoy (anyone interested in talking about the books, just send me and email, comment here, or catch me on a social media channel).
Here’s a quote from the message after the reader finished the book:
“This morning I went back and reread the short story about the mystic Withling order. It was more meaningful after reading the book. Now I’m reading the first chapter again to understand Athson’s visions. I’ll have to buy the next book in the series when I’m in a place with good internet. Your writing reminds me of Lord of the Rings– a big compliment as that was one of my favorite books growing up and what got me interested in reading.”
The referenced short story is What Is Needed which is backstory for the Withling order. That’s a good place to start the series if you like.
I’m not going to giveaway anything regarding the content of Athson’s visions, but it’s interesting the reader wanted to review those parts. Athson is a complicated character who knows things are not right with him, but he believes he still makes good decisions.
As to The Lord of the Rings, that is a high compliment. My hope is that I’ve taken the classic epic fantasy and given it a more current treatment of the genre.