Monday, March 26, 2012

Hemlock and the Dead God's Legacy now available

Hemlock realizes that the life of a leader is more complex and tiresome than she anticipated. Feeling burdened by her many responsibilities, she yearns for the freedom of adventure. When Tored arrives from the Witch Crags with information about the likely location of another powerful Wand, she seizes the opportunity to embark on a new quest.

Before she leaves, she entrusts a secret book into the possession of Merit, a mechanical gnome who is developing an affinity for history and lore. Merit begins to uncover an ancient narrative in those dusty pages--and he soon realizes it's the tale of the creation of the Wizard Tower itself!
Meanwhile Hemlock and Tored begin what they expect will be a simple quest to a mysterious vale nestled deep in the Witch Crags. But the adventure has several surprises in store for them...

Will Hemlock understand her ever evolving role amidst rapidly changing circumstances? And can she unite the City in time to resist the menace of the legacy of a dead God?

The second installment of B. Throwsnaill's The Maker's Fire series is now available for download from Amazon and Smashwords.  It will be .99 for a limited time only so be sure to pick up your copy soon!  I got a chance to beta read this book and if you liked the first you should enjoy this one as well.  Also if you are a fan of Merit like myself, he's back!!


  1. I just stumbled across your blog and am excited to see you specialize in indie books. I'm trying to find more good indie books to read and review myself. This one looks good. I am extremely intrigued by a mechanical gnome!

    1. I'm honestly not sure why I grew so attached to Merit in the first book. I think he is just such an interesting character with a unique circumstance. They are both very good books and well worth picking up.

      Thanks for stopping by, hopefully you can find all kinds of hidden gems here. Also keep an eye out for giveaways and notice of free book promotions.

  2. Thanks for posting this, Scott. And, yes, Camille, you have found an excellent site for indie books (fantasy in particular)! Scott runs a wonderful site here, and many authors (like myself) are indebted to him for the promotion he gives us.