(Happy Thursday, everyone! Welcome to another stop on the Awesome Indies Blog Hop, organized by Kate Policani (Thank you, Kate!) . Today I’m hosting the talented Tahlia Newland. I have not read this whole series, but I’ve read some of her other books, and I’ve really enjoyed them. So with that, I’ll turn this over to Tahlia and she can tell you what’s new with…)
Yes; it is quite literally mind-blowing.
Don’t miss out on the award-winning Diamond Peak Fantasy Series. Each book in this new adult contemporary fantasy has been awarded an AIA Seal of Excellence in Independent Fiction. (That means it’s pretty good.) Book one has also been awarded a BRAG medallion for outstanding independent fiction.
Get the full series now and read some real magic.
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE SERIES.
“A beautifully written, exciting fantasy-adventure with vibrant description.” Krisi Keley, author of Mareritt.
“A most exemplary work, a real joy to read. The colour, depth and vitality of both the writing and the narrative is stunningly good: the exploration of motives, outlooks and hopes of the characters quite intoxicating. It ranks as a true work of literary accomplishment.” Clive S Johnson, AIA reviewer.
“In a new twist on fantasy, Tahlia puts characters in fantastical situations, but they are actually fighting everyday situations that have to do with hate, greed, envy, and the like, as Ariel and Nick fight demons that prey off your emotions. Her characters are rich in real life experiences, following on life’s journey of emotional ups and downs. I love the relationship between Nick and Ariel. It’s so pure with the promise of young love and the maturity to put it on hold while they fought the demons they were pitted against. In a race to save Ariel’s mother’s life, Ariel discovers who she is and what she is capable of. This is a gripping series that I would recommend to anyone. It has a great moral compass to encompass the ages.” Cynthia Shepp, editor/reviewer
“I can’t even begin to describe all of the action you’ll find in this highly imaginative journey. This is a fantastic depiction of a fight between good and evil.” Crazy Four Books.
ABOUT THE SERIES.
Lethal Inheritance, Stalking Shadows, Demon’s Grip and Eternal Destiny, take place in the hidden realm of Diamond Peak, a place that interfaces with the ‘real’ world, and is inhabited by demons and the Warriors who hunt them. Diamond Peak exists on a more subtle layer of reality than the one we normally see and can only be seen and entered by those who have refined their perception sufficiently to become attuned to its frequency.
Inside, rocks move, reeds whisper, people fly and sadistic demons feed on and stir up negative emotions in their human prey. Warriors seek to climb the mountain and defeat the Master Demon who resides at the peak, because his death will free the world of all demons. To attain this goal however, the Warrior must pass through the territories of his bodyguards, the heads of the demon clans, and face their inner demons before they can subdue the outer ones.
The layers of meaning within this series are rich, the symbolism profound and the characters’ experiences, though cloaked in fantasy, are the journey we all take through life whether we know it or not. It is a journey of self discovery on the profoundest of levels. It is the journey to enlightenment.
These are no ordinary books. The magic within them is real. The powers of the characters are within your grasp and their success can be yours.
Run and Ariel’s Dream are prequel short stories to the series. They are FREE in all major ebook stores and includes chapter one and two of book one, Lethal Inheritance. Book one is out in paperback and book two, Stalking Shadows, will be available in time for Christmas.
See all the books on my
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If you buy book one before the 15th of December and send Tahlia a copy of the receipt. She will give you book 2 for free and enter you in a draw to win the full series.
Email your receipt to CP(at)centrepieceproductions(dot)com. (The email address is written like this to avoid being picked up by spammers. Replace (at) with @ and (dot) with a period.)
Thanks to Kate Policani for organizing the Awesome Indies Discovery Tour of which this post is a part.
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