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Did you make yourself some outlandish promises a few days ago about how many books you were going to read or how many words you were going to write in 2017? How are you coming along in meeting those goals.

I honestly have done less than adequate due to being struck by sickness in the first week of the New Year. But, I promise you, I will not be stopped! I have completed a huge portion of Maharia, and I plan to have the rough draft completed by the end of the month. In the meantime, I am working with some very talented authors in prepping their releases from Crimson Edge Press.

For starters, Lyndsey Harper will be releasing her dark fantasy novel, The Fell, on January 18, 2017. The eBook is available for pre-order RIGHT NOW. Make sure you have your calendars marked to join the Facebook Release Party. Take a gander at the blurb!

After the brutal death of his mentor, Leer Boxwell’s only desire is vengeance. However, his belief that the murderer is the mythical Grimbarror has made him the laughing stock of the Vale. When Leer witnesses the beast steal away the princess in an unexpected attack on the royal city, he volunteers to hunt the creature. Battling self-doubt and ridicule, while struggling to control a mysterious power within that he does not fully understand, Leer must decide whether his convictions are worth the sacrifice the Fell demands.

Crimson Edge will also be introducing releases from Matthew W. Harrill and J.C. Boyd in coming weeks. But, I want to share you with another bit of important news. If you have not heard, we have opened submissions for our next annual anthology, The Fae & Fey. You can click on the image for the details! We look forward to reading your submissions.

Joshua Robertson, CEO
Crimson Edge Press, LLC

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