11 Feb February 2018 Update
Hey, Kel, what have you been up to?
I’ve been adventuring. It’s phenomenally exciting, and you can join me when you read the twisted intrigue and extremely serious prose *smirk* that have been pouring out of my mind. (I might be watching the Olympics, too, because they’re awesome and inspiring, and it’s what the cool people do.)
Join me on Twitter or Facebook for occasional posts that confirm I’m still alive.
Audible’s Best of December
Legends of Ahn (King’s Dark Tidings, Book 3) made Audible’s Best of December thanks to the fantastic reviews of KDT fans.
Nick Podehl delivered another phenomenal performance in this third installment of King’s Dark Tidings.
First for Women Magazine
Check out this review of Free the Darkness (KDT, Book 1) in the February issue of First for Women magazine.
Holly RasmussenPosted at 22:55h, 23 March
Kel, when is the next book coming? How many are there? I can see several strands in this story and perceive this to be an epic that may not be completed in just one more book. Your writing skills are excellent. I am too intrigued to be patient….first copy here please!!!
sdupsPosted at 01:50h, 21 March
I may of missed it, but how many books are you planning for this series?
Really have enjoyed the 1st 3…
emptynewcastleblogPosted at 21:10h, 15 March
I am really enjoying your work. When the lights went out for one of your characters I got seriously choked up! I haven’t enjoyed a set of books so much since I started reading the King Killer Chronicles, although The Gentlemen Bastards series were pretty close.
Jonathan NgPosted at 01:25h, 12 March
Could not put the first 3 books down! Will the 4th book be the last in the series?
SudhirPosted at 15:37h, 01 March
Hoping for a March April release on Kindle. I loved the first half of Book 3 where Rezkin seems to be close to himself.. I think the confused and angry Rezkin did not go so well with me. The Frisha storyline also seems to be left in suspended animation and hopefully will move forward in the next book. Looking forward to Book 4
Imogen BrooksPosted at 10:36h, 01 March
I can’t wait until KDT 4 release. I have re-read all 3 books at least 7 times so far, more than any other, and I still want to read them again. Never before has a book tormented me so much for the next one. No matter how many books I read to fill the gap, I still just can’t wait. Keep up the amazing work, and we all hope the next book is as fabulous as the last.
Kel KadePosted at 04:01h, 10 March
Thank you for the encouragement. I’m glad to have made such an impact on your reading experience.