Well, happy for everyone but the Intercalary. Their ranks have been cut in half now. As if that wasn’t bad enough, not only are they dealing with a supernatural killer, they have a traitor in their midst only making things worse. But it couldn’t possibly get any worse for them, could it?
Maybe not. Maybe everything will be okay. Maybe, for once, things won’t fall apart and the lines between good and bad won’t blur to the point of confusion. Maybe just this once, friends won’t be revealed as monsters, hiding behind kind eyes and warm smiles.
Maybe somewhere else, that could totally happen. But if you’ve been reading At Calendar’s End up to this point, I’m sure you have a decent idea of what’s coming.
It was a difficult decision to make, but I have a grand mistrust of April Fool’s Day and didn’t want anyone to pass over the announcement because they did not necessarily believe… I made a post to the Facebook page, and then declined to promote it any further.
That said, April is here and so is Part Four in At Calendar’s End.
The story so far: As the rest of the Intercalary scrambles to figure out who or what is behind the attacks, other members begin to reassemble – completely unaware of the danger they are in. Can Ember and the rest get the warning out and protect the members currently being hunted? Or will they find their missing ranks too late to help?
Click the beautiful artwork by Brian Ritson below to go to the Amazon page. Links to the previous installments, as always, are in the description.
“It’s March! The third installment of At Calendar’s End snuck onto Amazon in the wee hours while everyone was so unsuspecting. Follow the link to the newest installment, and links to the previous installments if you haven’t begun the series yet!”
You, however, need only click on the gorgeous cover (by Brian Ritson) below to find your way to the Amazon page. Links to January and February are both in the description.
The info page for my writing has also been updated, and will continue to be updated as new installments of At Calendar’s End continue to release.
The premiere for House of Thirteen is this Saturday, Nov. 7. I am looking very forward to this. The Book Cottage is kind enough to host me, and I’d like to make it as wonderful as possible. Please consider sharing the image around to let others in the area know about it. Thanks, and I hope to see you there.