Patreon: Death’s Lady series available for just another day or two

This post is just a reminder that

A) I do have this new Patreon, and

B) The Death’s Lady series is available for download there

and

C) It’s going to be removed from Patreon this week, after which it will become exclusive to Amazon for the foreseeable future.

Book One: A gifted psychiatrist, Daniel Dodson is perfectly aware that he’s in a tough place personally following the death of his wife. Then a mysterious new patient offers a welcome professional distraction. … The world of swords and magic that Tenai so vividly remembers obviously can’t be real. The deadly enmity and long war that left such deep emotional scars plainly symbolize something else. But perhaps Daniel can use the signposts of those confabulated memories to aid Tenai in moving forward into a new life in the real world.

As I’m not actually a psychiatrist, I appreciated this Amazon review from someone who is:

“I loved this whole series. As a shrink, I appreciated Daniel’s job and the work he did–along with all the “symbolic” storytelling and the dealing with extending her hospital stay–but mostly I just adored the character. It’s a very character-driven story without sex and romance and all the tropes. I have been reading others by this author and enjoying them–but this series is the one I’ve liked the best. If you want to explore hardcore loyalty and trust and what it means to have power….check it out.”

And again, same reviewer:

“The first book was like nothing I had ever read–Tenai was a fantastic character to meet. I almost never read “crossover between worlds” books, but this series works really well. It helps that I’m a shrink and I approved of Daniel’s therapy style…and also, I know what it’s like to be in a room with someone whose anger is bigger than the hospital. As the trilogy wound on, I was far more interested in the politics and wars than I usually am, partly because Tenai was always pivotal even when she wasn’t the main character. I would love more stories about her–but also about that world. I have definitely found a new author.”

The above comment is especially interesting (as well as flattering) because of course this review makes the point that Tenai is the protagonist, even though she never carries the point of view. I specifically set out to do that, it was challenging, it came out well, and a lot of my readers pick this series as their favorite.

Also, as you may know:

D) The first chapter of MARAG is available for anyone at Patreon, and as you almost certainly know,

E) MARAG will become available at Patreon this coming Friday. I was going to upload it there March 2, but that’s a Saturday. Therefore, March 1.

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  1. I’ve read the first three Death’s Lady books – when you put #1 on worldwide special recently (THANK YOU AGAIN), I read the first few pages and splurged on the trilogy – and really liked them. I must read #4 sometime, I really must. This is the problem with having a massively long TBR list… and also a massively long TBB list (To Be Bought).

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