“The Plane of Dreams” in One Week!
Posted by Will
Whenever I start thinking about a book cover, I get depressed. But so far, every time the cover is ready I’ve become elated. And that’s a testimony to the great Beatles song “I Get By With a Little Help from My Friends”. OK, in my case, a LOT of help.
With this book, my first published novel-length tale, I knew pretty well what I wanted, I just didn’t think it was possible. After all, we’re talking about the Plane of Dreams here! But my good friends Krisz Moctezuma and Katharina Gerlach, as usual, came to my rescue. Check it out:
I think this beautifully captures the sense of an unearthly place where the land and sky are infinitely malleable. It’s a world that used to be a lot less threatening, but now that Nightmare has taken over… well, if you read it you’ll understand!
The greatest tales begin when the adventure ends. The Tributarians have won fame across the Empire, but one of their plundered relics triggers a threat from beyond the bounds of reason to tear the waking world apart. Will newfound wealth sunder the company and destroy their last chance? Or will they sacrifice fame and fortune, and risk their lives, to become the unknown saviors of the Lands. To find how far beyond the adventurer lies the hero, each of them must enter The Plane of Dreams.
The novel will be available in the first week of September, on Smashwords, Apple, and Amazon.
To support the new novel I’ve added several pages to the Compendium here on IB- check out The Hero Lists, plus a number of pages on the Foef of Mon-Crulbagh (part of the Empire of Argens section). And let me know if there’s other material you would like to see there, I’m happy to look around the world to see if I can find it!
About WillI'm the chronicler of the Lands of Hope tales, available at Smashwords and all the major online retailers.
Posted on August 28, 2012, in about writing, Authors - Will Hahn, Genre - Fantasy Stories and tagged adventure, epic fantasy, fantasy, heroic fantasy, horror, Lands of Hope, magic, mystery, writers journey. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.