Chronicles of the Last War

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Chronicles of the Last War

Postby keltora » Wed Mar 03, 2004 10:29 am

It's available now at the YDP website. Copies have finally arrived from the printer (long and silly story--the publisher put in the order and it never came,.and they called the printer to see what the delay was and the printer said, you haven't paid us, and the publisher said, "where's the bill?" and the printer said, "Oh, we forgot to send it, didn't we..." *sigh*)

At any rate, I am working to get copies into B.Daltons (where I will be doing a book signing once DRAGON'S TONGUE comes out) and will keep folks posted.

Meanwhile, for your temptation:

"He was a Keltoran Mercenary. She was a True Healer devoted to her god. The only thing they had in common was that they were each running away from their pasts were now thrown together on a battlefield in a kingdom torn apart by magic and war.

As Black Hunters, demons and blood mages bent on destroying humanity advance, it will take Conor, a man who wields steel as deftly as he deals words, Eithne, a woman whose touch can mean life or death, and a battle mage named Michan--who knows that these two will play a greater role in the fate of humankind--to save the world.

But it may actually be harder to bring Conor and Eithne together as man and wife.

Included in this collection for the first time in print are the short novel THE BLACK HUNTER, the novella WILLOWHERB and the novelette WYRD.

"Laura Underwood takes threads from ancient Celtic tales and reweaves them in her own bright tapestry with her Keltoran tales of the kingdom of Ard-Taebh. Bogies and bloodmages, magic and battles, all fashion a compelling background for vivid characters like Eithne and Conor. The three tales here are sure to please anyone who loves rollicking fantasy adventure at its most entertaining." Sherwood Smith, author of CROWN DUEL

Enjoy...

Laura J. Underwood
Black Hunters, Demons and Bogies--Oh, MY!
ChRONICLES OF THE LAST WAR available from Yard Dog Press
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Postby Lost Traveler » Wed Mar 03, 2004 12:25 pm

cool maybe I will finally get to read one.

(I know they are online but with ALL the misadventures I have with online places I would prefer just to get it at a book store)
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Postby keltora » Wed Mar 03, 2004 2:13 pm

Understandable. I have little trust for online shpping myself.

And for those who are interested, I will be at THE UPSTARIS GALLERY in Oak Ridge on March 13 from 11:30 to 2:00 pm playing harp and selling copies of my books (what little stock I have at this time...)

Laura J. Underwood
Black Hunters, Demons and Bogies--Oh, MY!
ChRONICLES OF THE LAST WAR available from Yard Dog Press
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