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The Warden of Everfeld: Memento Available in Print Tomorrow

The Warden of Everfeld: Memento will be available to purchase on Kindle and in print from Amazon tomorrow, July 18!

Click here to get your copy now: https://www.amazon.com/Warden-Everfeld-Memento-Steven-DAdamo-ebook/dp/B07FGG23K7Fair warning, the Kindle version of WoEM will increase in price as of midnight. If you’d prefer to pay $2.99 rather than $4.99 for the ebook version, then you still have a chance to do so.

The print version will be available to order for $12.99.

For information about The Warden of Everfeld: Memento, check out this page: https://eveningsatellite.com/warden-of-everfeld-memento/

Thank you to those of you who pre-ordered the Kindle version over the last month. It’s been really encouraging to see a bit of genuine interest in my novel.

And thank you also to the friends and family who have purchased print copies directly from me. Your support and enthusiasm has been the highlight of the last month for me.

I hope you all enjoy my novel.

Once again, here’s where you can order: https://www.amazon.com/Warden-Everfeld-Memento-Steven-DAdamo-ebook/dp/B07FGG23K7

I’m not sure what the next step is now that I’m Published with a capital ‘P’, but I’m really excited to take it. For now, I’m just going to keep writing.

Steve D

The Warden of Everfeld: Memento is being Published!

Holy crap I can barely contain myself…

I am ecstatic to announce that my first novel,

The Warden of Everfeld: Memento, is published as of July 18, 2018!

Buy it now on Amazon!

Details will follow below, but first, have a look at the gorgeous front-and-back cover for my book, illustrated by the gifted Sergey Velisser!

I still cannot believe the level of detail and vibrancy that Sergey achieved in his artwork. Okay, I’ll stop gushing. Onto the details!

30-Day Pre-Order!

Starting today, The Warden of Everfeld: Memento  is available to pre-order on Amazon.com.

Until July 17, the Kindle ebook will be available at a discounted rate for $2.99!

If you wait until publication to purchase, you will see a slightly higher price for the Kindle version, so go secure your copy now!

Check out the synopsis now on Amazon or here:   https://eveningsatellite.com/warden-of-everfeld-memento/

Finally, I must give a quick shout-out to the people who helped make this possible for me:

  • Red Raven Book Design for handling the interior formatting
  • My alpha readers Aaron, Evan, Jessie, and Joe, who gave me fantastically constructive criticism on my first draft
  • My editor, Kaitlyn Curtis, who really dug in and helped me refine this story
  • My illustrator, Sergey Velisser, who astounded me with his skill and design
  • And of course, my wife, Krista, who has done nothing but support me and act as my sounding board over the last four years I’ve been bringing this story to life

Stay tuned for further updates over the next month and beyond!

Steve D

SKYLIGHTS: A Fun and Exciting Sci-Fi Romp

I finished reading Skylights by Luther M. Siler a week or two ago. Siler was the first indie author I followed when I joined WordPress three years ago. I’ve been intending to read this book for forever, and boy am I glad I got around to it. Continue reading SKYLIGHTS: A Fun and Exciting Sci-Fi Romp

Novel Synopsis Announcement!

Okay, I’m ready. After mulling over and sitting on a synopsis for The Warden of Everfeld: Memento forever, I will finally publish it. I definitely wrote this synopsis after I wrote the story, but that was mostly because I began writing with a vague idea of where I was headed. Continue reading Novel Synopsis Announcement!

Friday Write-Day: Top 5 Favorite Books!

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I was prompted earlier this week to post my top five favorite books of all time by Mr. MLS Weech, a real-live published author and blogger-buddy. So props to you sir, for making me want to write about my favorite books! (His blog is full of insightful pieces on the writing and publishing process – check it out.)

Now then, thinking about my favorite books was surprisingly difficult, because my reading preferences tend to fall into three broad and diverse categories: Continue reading Friday Write-Day: Top 5 Favorite Books!

NaNo Update: I Need More Fantasy

I hit a weird snag in my NaNo novel on Wednesday, one I did not expect to hit after my record-shattering (for me) weekend. I got bored with my story. I was bored with Aston (he is so terribly naive, something I may have to fix in the editing process), I was bored with the section I was writing, and I was bored with Everfeld. I wrote 135 words, and I don’t even like most of them. I get it,  at least I wrote something. But I was not looking forward to coming home on Thursday and staring at the laptop screen again. Continue reading NaNo Update: I Need More Fantasy

Pervasive Longing: Of Monsters and Men’s First Album, and Long-Overdue Return

Our music reviews seek to trace the narratives that weave between songs and albums. Check out our Rhythmic Fiction tag for other stories told through music.

Have you heard the new Of Monsters and Men album? Well… it’s not exactly new. Actually it’s not new at all. My Head is an Animal, their debut album, was released on September 20, 2011. I saw Of Monsters and Men perform live in June of 2013, and they were fantastic. I have been eagerly awaiting news of their second album for nearly two years now, and last week, I finally heard the announcement of their second studio album on the radio: June 9.

Do you know what this means? I began writing this review for kicks last November, and it’s finally relevant! I no longer have to justify reviewing an almost 4-year-old album on the basis of my pining for the sweet melodies of Nanna Bryndís Hilmarsdóttir’s voice. Continue reading Pervasive Longing: Of Monsters and Men’s First Album, and Long-Overdue Return

My Novel Idea: The Trouble with Genre

November officially begins in two days, and for me and a few hundred thousand other writers, November 1 marks the beginning of my first NaNoWriMo journey. I’ve already given a brief overview of what genre hole I’m stuffing my novel’s peg into, but I’d like to go into a little more detail. Continue reading My Novel Idea: The Trouble with Genre