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Free eBook - Dark Quetzal Giveaway!

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A New Year gift for my Song Quest fans... until January 4th, you can download the Kindle edition of DARK QUETZAL (Book 3 of the Echorium Sequence) completely free of charge from Amazon.

Yes, I know it's traditional to give away the first book in a series, and Dark Quetzal is the third book in my series about the blue-haired Singers who live on the Isle of Echoes and control their world with the power of Song, but the unicorn would like to reward people who have read Books 1 and 2 and might want to complete the trilogy, and I'm not about to argue with a mythical beast waving his sharp horn. Besides, if you're new to this series, you can always keep it on your Kindle (or other device with a free Kindle app) until you get around to reading the first two books.

Also, if you're very quick, UK readers might still be able to download the first two Echorium titles Song Quest and Crystal Mask at the old 2014 prices, before the new 20% VAT rate on all ebooks purchased in the UK…

Solstice Review

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Today is the winter solstice in the northern hemisphere, the longest night of the year. Tomorrow, the days will start to get longer and the nights shorter. So do not despair, fellow unicorn riders... there is a glitter of light in the dark window of this blog, and it'll be summer before you know it.

I realise there have not been many posts here lately. I have an excuse. I've been busy working with students on their essays (see Royal Literary Fund Fellow on the right), and a unicorn cannot do two things at once. I am in the middle of writing a new book, but at the moment do not know when or how this will be published. All I can tell you at the moment is that it's YA romance and contains sexy angels, so will probably come out under a different name to avoid confusion with my other books... but I haven't decided yet whether I'll tell you what that name is, or let you guess!

Meanwhile, my ebook sales continue to rise as more people get hold of e-readers. I can't r…