New Epic Fantasy Novel: Storm of Divine Light

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The words “epic fantasy novel” do not paint an exact picture. With absolute justification and zero mental gymnastics, Storm of Divine Light is also a mystery, a romantic fantasy, an action adventure quest, and a battle laden with sword and sorcery, all written with a healthy dose of magic, religion, and humor.

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These sub-genres weave into the main story line and world-building. Most importantly, they are not simply tossed in from left field, or as some like to say, “parachuted” into the plot. Instead, they grow organically from the main plot line.


Epic Fantasy + sword and sorcery + mystery + romance + quest + action adventure + magic + humor = A most splendid entertaining experience.


stormpromoF3Imagine the epic fantasy plot line as a thick tree trunk with the sub-plots and genres as branches. Naturally, some branches are thick and closer to the base of the tree, while others are the twigs sprouting from other branches. Therefore, Storm of Divine Light has a winning formula.

Without naming the different descriptions (except quest), can you see the possibilities within the blurb?

A disturbance in the night and an unlikely stranger force the exiled master rogue Dagorat into a perilous quest. Along with his oldest friend Cyril the Wise, he sets off to retrieve a powerful weapon stolen by the dark mages of the Golgent.

Together, they brave the journey across a continent to Dagorat’s former home of Easterly, where discovery means certain execution. Along the way, he uncovers hard truths about his past, and finds new hopes for his future.

But the rising threat of war means those hopes tremble on a razor’s edge. Can he ever find his way out of the shadows and into the light?

Do you like to read multi-genre books? Does the blurb intrigue you?

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Storm of Divine Light: The Tales of Tyrennia: Book 1

Free with #KindleUnimited       eBook $3.99       Print $13.99

 

2 thoughts on “New Epic Fantasy Novel: Storm of Divine Light

  1. Technically, aren’t most books multi-genre? The ones I’ve read are. They usually have a main genre, say fantasy, but the ones I enjoy also contain mystery, romance, adventure and humour – not necessarily in that order.

    I bought the Kindle version a few days ago, but I’m in the middle of the final edit for my book, and I have a half-finished novel that must be read. So your book is in the waiting-to-read pile.

    Congratulations on the release.

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    • And I’m just breaking into “Shadows in the Stone” 🙂
      Yes, most other genres make an appearance or are present to some extent. However, in Storm, all of them stem from the main plot. Were it not for the initial incident, nothing else would occur. The romance angle, for instance, I’m thinking more along the line of Paul and Chani in “Dune” rather than Michael and Kaye in “The Godfather”.

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