Saturday, January 24, 2015

New Release from Shannon Mayer... Elementally Priceless

It’s here…
Come take a ride on the dragon’s back and learn how Rylee Adamson started.

Elementally Priceless by Shannon Mayer
A Rylee Adamson Novella
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"My name is Rylee, and I am a Tracker"
This is the story of my first salvage, seeking out a missing child that my mentor has warned me away from.
What I find is more than one child: I find my destiny.

"They call me The Destroyer"
I've been banished to the desert for years after saving a life I should have let the darkness take. But as an earth elemental, I couldn't turn from the pleas for help any more than I can turn from them this time. Except that this time, I have a Tracker to deal with.
This is about to get interesting.

**30K Word Standalone Novella**
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See it from the beginning….
Novels
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Novellas
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The Series…
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Click here to see my Reviews and thoughts of the series as a whole. It’s one of the best series I have read. I love it. Not that I am bias or anything, just telling it like it is. -Barb

Also…

According to the “Upcoming Releases” section of Shannon's Newsletter there will be another Rylee Adamson Novel and Novella introduced over the next couple of months.
(All dates and names are subject to change.)

TRACKING MAGIC (A RYLEE ADAMSON NOVELLA)
February 2015

STITCHED (A RYLEE ADAMSON NOVELLA 8.5)
March 2015

I can’t wait!!! Again, it is one of my absolute favorites! I will keep you all posted on the new releases.  -Barb

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About the Author:
Reading and writing from a very young age I learned early on that stories built in a fantasy world where the fun was at. Reading books by Robert Jordan spurred me on and it was the first real epic fantasy that I fell in love with. After that came Piers Anthony, Melanie Rawn and into my older teen years, Anne Rice.

It was in Rice’s novels that the idea of urban fantasy really bloomed for me and it was about that time that my grandmother was letting me read her Harlequin Historical novels. (Okay, actually she was slipping them to me when my mother wasn’t looking, but let’s not get picky.)

The combination of love stories and darker fantasy stuck with me and it’s now not only what I gravitate towards to read on my off time (Kelly Armstrong, Laurell K Hamilton, Kim Harrison), but has become the style I love to write in.

Besides writing, I love to spend time with my family and animals, horseback ride, garden and hike with my husband.


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