Past and preo-magic-fellsent are about to collide, and the world will never be the same.

Magic has been missing from the world for a millennium, and it’s needed now more than ever. It falls to young Tasis Kadara to revive the fabled Mages’ Guild of the Dragon’s Claw. But in a culture where arcane power is forbidden and practitioners are executed, Tasis will have to keep his own aptitude for magic secret. With nothing to direct them besides bizarre dreams and a mysterious cat, Tasis and his sister Zaree undertake a quest to discover the hidden island that was once home to the guild.

Kelwin Tiovolk departs his village following his mentor’s suggestion. As an elf wandering into human civilization, he’s in danger simply for being who he is. A brawl at an inn leads him straight into the path of the young man he’s been dreaming about, and he’s compelled to help Tasis and his sister any way he can. Together, the trio might have a chance of accomplishing their mission—or the attempt might kill them.

Now available for pre-order from Harmony Ink Press

First, is this not the most gorgeous cover ever? AngstyG did a fantastic job. Clicky the picture to see it larger and in more detail. I already licked it, so it’s mine. Sorry.

So, yes, Magic Fell lands on May 19th, a mere two weeks after my birthday. Happy belated birthday to me! There will be a blog tour (somehow, despite the fact that I’ll be moving the week before release) and giveaways and all kinds of fun stuff, which will be announced closer to time. Pre-orders through the Dreamspinner Press site, if you prefer that to the Harmony Ink site, should be available next month.

I’m excited. And I’m nervous. This book is hugely important to me, so I worry about how it’s going to be received.

Two things you should know:

  1. This is a Young Adult novel. No naughty bits.
  2. This is not a romance. This is a fantasy, though it has kind of a romantic subplot.

Just so no one’s surprised by either of those things.

As the release date gets closer, I’ll post more. If you aren’t already following me on Twitter or Facebook, I recommend doing so. I’m not always fantastic about remembering to update the blog (something I hope to change in the near future).