Published! No Quarter

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I’ve made it through the formatting maze and have (deep breath), hit the ‘Publish’ button on both Kindle and Createspace, which means that No Quarter is now available on Amazon!

‘Alma, even I do not know what he is capable of…’

Things couldn’t be better for Alma. She’s returned the lost Sword to Ambeth and is finally with Deryck, Prince of the Dark. But what’s really going on? Deryck is struggling with his father, who wants to control Alma, while Alma is struggling with her best friend Caleb, who doesn’t trust Deryck one inch. Plus it’s getting harder and harder to keep up with her life in the human world. Falling in love shouldn’t be this difficult. But things are about to get much worse…

Quests and friendship all fall by the wayside when there’s romance to be had. Plus, spending time with handsome Deryck is much more appealing than with an increasingly angry Caleb. The Light are always on about making choices, so they shouldn’t have a problem with her choosing to be with Deryck. Besides, he’ll protect her from his father – won’t he?

Now I might take a couple of days off 🙂 See you next week!

xx Helen

67 thoughts on “Published! No Quarter

  1. Reblogged this on TanGental and commented:
    It has to be serendipity. A couple of days before she hosts me on my blog tour Helen presses publish on the next instalment of her Ambeth series. Go have a look people and enjoy.

  2. I’m almost done with book one. I love it! Glad book two is out. Have you written book three yet? No pressure but i do read fast hahaha!

    1. Thanks Kristin 🙂 I have actually written the next two books (I’ve been writing about Ambeth for the past three years) and book five is nearly done 🙂 But it will take me a little while for the edits on the next one 🙂 will keep you posted, and I hope you enjoy book two as well!

    1. Wow, Danelle, that was fast! I’m glad you enjoyed it, and thanks for being vague about the spoilers in your comment 🙂 Book three is written, but needs some editing work and a new cover design – will update through the blog as it happens!

      1. Well, it’s pretty easy if you self-publish, which is what I did. Easy from the point of view that the process is open to anyone. However, I spent a lot of time editing my manuscript once it was written, plus invested in a professional edit and cover design, because I wanted to present the best possible product to the market. So that took a lot of time and effort – however, it’s well worth it!

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