Faerie Tales for Travelers now available for Apple users!

If you read your books on iPhone, iPad or Mac, just click here for the iBooks edition of Faerie Tales for Travelers! (Apple ID 1151215308)

Free iBook “Dominion” now available

The novellas and The Genesis of Max Variel are taking rather longer than anticipated to post to the iBooks platform, but the free novella 'Dominion' is now available for Apple users to download to iPhone, iPad, or Mac.

Soul’s Gate – Print Version – Now Available!

The final proof has been approved! Soul's Gate (print version) is now officially available in paperback. Purchase it from the CreateSpace store  now, or find it on Amazon presently.

Soul’s Gate blurb

A new generation of the Keeper royal line is coming to adulthood. Unrest is growing once again in the Second Kingdom, now under the governance of the new Senate. Dakhar leads the Senate as a seer with bornsight, but the only other members so far gathered are Bredin, a genius healer who denies his powerful... Continue Reading →

While we’re at it…

For five days in February, Faerie Tales for Travelers is FREE on Kindle! (Offer runs Monday, February 1 through Friday, February 5 on Amazon.com!)

Every Title is 99 Cents!

Yes, you saw correctly: every title by H. M. Snow is now available on Kindle for 99¢ (USD) permanently! That includes the Last Book of the Kings epic fantasy series, the Makkarios paranormal fantasy series, and all novellas!

Now Available on Kindle!

Summa (Makkarios vol. 5) is now live on Kindle! Follow this link to buy your copy now.   Also... on Christmas Day, the Kindle versions of the first four volumes of the Makkarios series will be on sale for just 99¢! If you've missed any of the previous installments of this fantasy series, or if you... Continue Reading →

On writing simultaneous novels, Part 2

Another issue that has confronted me in the process of writing four novels at the same time: back story. Four main characters, four sets of secondary and minor characters (many of them overlapping from one main character to another), four individual histories. Right now, however, it is the individual history side of the matter that... Continue Reading →

On writing simultaneous novels: Part 1

It is not without reason that I have been absent from this forum since October. I have resumed a project that had stymied me a few years ago. I figured out what was its problem: it could not be one novel. In fact, it has turned into four novels that cover essentially the same events... Continue Reading →

“A Question of Dominion”: Writing Challenge, Week 20

A Question of Dominion by H. M. Snow   Standing at the top of the steps that led downward into the gate, Ciar held perfectly still for as long as it took for him to draw several long breaths. Then he raised his hands high, clenched them into fists and brought them swiftly down to... Continue Reading →

Writing Challenge: Week 19

Under Earth Hunt by H. M. Snow   Des rolled onto her side, facing away from Ciar, as she choked on the mouthful of water. Several seconds passed with much coughing and spitting before she could speak. “Lord?” The king under earth patted her between the shoulder blades. “Are you all right? You lost consciousness.”... Continue Reading →

Writing Challenge: Week 18

Under Earth Emissary by H. M. Snow   In the luminous fountain chamber, Des stooped to splash water on her face. “So refreshing,” she declared. Then she took the bowl she had brought, swirled water in it, and filled it almost to the brim. Her tread was necessarily measured on her return to the gate... Continue Reading →

Writing Challenge: Week 17

Dominion Under Earth by H. M. Snow   Swordbearer and death hound eyed one another, both panting, both worn out by the chase. From up in the tree, the swordbearer addressed the hound: “Good evening to you. I’m Des-- not that you’re interested, I guess.” The hound threw its lean weight against the base of... Continue Reading →

Writing Challenge: Week 16

The Weight of a Village By H. M. Snow   Zuri pedaled his bike along the main street just before the evening shadows engulfed the eastern cliffs. The village lamplighter, Kiran, waved to him as they passed one another: Zuri toward the village square, Kiran toward the outskirts where the lamps were still dark. The... Continue Reading →

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