King’s Dark Tidings Book 2

King’s Dark Tidings Book 2

I am so excited to receive great reviews and feedback on “Free the Darkness” (KDT Book 1) from KDT fans.

“Reign of Madness” (KDT Book Two) is in the proofreading stage and will be available for purchase soon! Click “Follow” to the left for e-mail updates or visit me on Facebook.

Book 3 is in the writing stage now!

  • Koen Vosters
    Posted at 12:47h, 26 January Reply

    I usually judge a book by it’s cover, and it was not the greatest of the bunch. However, when it is up to reviewing, I only judge it by the story itself. Awesome story. And great value for money. Absolutely loved the book.

  • Steve
    Posted at 06:31h, 26 January Reply

    Thoroughly enjoyed the book, especially the thought processes and logic Rez applies to determine his understanding of the term “friends”. I read it too quickly and had to read it a second time to fully appreciate the writing. Cannot wait for the second instalment, I read a post stating it will be even longer. I do so miss reading long books that are rich in character and narrative. Let’s stick a deal, you continue to write books of this quality and I’ll continue to buy them.

    PS, I have recommended your book to my bother and our friends

    Cheers, Steve

  • Daniel
    Posted at 03:50h, 26 January Reply

    Enjoyed it very much – definitely in the Top 5 of independently published books over the last year for me. Intelligent decision to have Book 2 ready to go so soon after the release of Book 1, especially as an indie author – must have been hard to be patient enough to be able to make that decision but I think it is wise (and I hope to see it in the next few weeks).

    For whatever my opinion is worth I would be cautious about releasing in paperback, only because from what I understand that can be a significant financial outlay for an independent author without a guarantee of financial returns, and it definitely isn’t the kind of thing you want to do halfway. That said, if the next book is as good as the first (and continues to generate buzz) perhaps you could consider an omnibus paperback release? That might help pricing wise – the price I usually see for independently published paperbacks is usually in the $12-15 range, which is steep for a single novel, but advertised as an omnibus, is more in line with consumer expectations. But I don’t know a whole lot about how those are advertised, so that’s just my 2 cents, and take it with a grain of salt. Best wishes, whichever way you go!

    Posted at 18:21h, 24 January Reply

    I love reading your book. Masterpiece! I look forward to the release of book 2..

  • Reziken
    Posted at 22:51h, 23 January Reply

    look forward to book two. Is it almost ready?

  • Valikar
    Posted at 18:35h, 22 January Reply

    Loved this book and actually felt a little sad I couldn’t dive into the next one. I was reading it pretty much during all my free time and even found myself wanting to put off doing stuff just to read more. I feel refreshed after reading it and have renewed hope in the future of the genre and that there are writers out there that have different or unique ways of introducing and communicating worlds and story lines.

    I just thought your characters were interesting and all had a decent amount, and believable, of depth.
    The start felt refreshing too, it was great to see a new twist on a main characters origin/introduction. I honestly didn’t feel bored once and I praise you and thank you wholeheartedly for believable characters, “realistic” interactions/developments but most of all for character consistency, especially in regards to Rez.

    I look forward to the release of book 2.

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