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    Daeus Lamb
    @daeus-lamb

    Hi friends!

    Would you like a free, early review copy ofΒ The Songkiller’s Symphony?

    It’s my debut, epic fantasy novel filled with

    • Original fantasy races
    • Themes of misguided heroism, suppressed pain, and trust
    • Epic magic systems
    • Poetry

    And more of course. It takes some inspiration from Sanderson, though it’s more of a traditional quest story.

    I’m looking for people to read the story in time to leave an honest review when it comes out in about two months.

    If you like epic fantasy, I would really love your help.

    You can sign up here: https://forms.gle/FNHfNvsbaNm4hDAn9Β All that’s involved is reading, and leaving your honest review, though you can also help promote the book if you find you really like it. πŸ™‚

    Below I’m including the blurb for those not familiar with it.

    You may hate me when this ends. For the crimes I committed. For crimes I couldn’t dare commit. I have seen the face of God a thousand times and buckled beneath his blows. But I made him bleed as He bled my heart.

    I am a hero. They say.

    Have you ever run in terror from your perfect past?

    Do you yearn for redemption for the time you failed your dying mother? Will you sever immortal evil’s head to get it?

    Are your dreams filled with damnation, or has the offer of a free wish broken your soul?

    No?

    Then let me tell you my story. Venturing with a world-weary bard, a battle-hungry ranger, and a best friend who soon doubted me, I set off to destroy the Songkiller. It is only in looking back that I perceive the devilry of the song that made us fools. The monsters we fought bore our faces.

    • This topic was modified 3 months, 1 week ago by Daeus Lamb.

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    #135960
    Brian Stansell
    @obrian-of-the-surface-world

    Absolutely! Would love to read it! I signed up through the newsletter post.

    Brian Stansell (aka O'Brian of the Surface World)
    I was born in war.
    Fighting from my first breath.

    #135977
    Bethania Gauterius
    @sparrowhawke

    @daeus-lamb

    The link takes me to a page that reads “Invalid Dynamic Link”.

    "For He knows our frame; He remembers that we are dust." - Psalm 103:14

    #135991
    Daeus Lamb
    @daeus-lamb

    @sparrowhawke Oh, dear! I edited the link. Let’s see if it works now.

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    #135992
    Rebekah12
    @rebekah12

    @daeus-lamb

    I’d love to! I love fantasy, plus I think I ran out of new books my mom will actually let me read πŸ˜…

    If you want a review from a young teen girl that is XD

    Od i lith naur echuidathar, calad od iΓ± gwaith twuiatha; megil i rangen cyrathar, alrin aran adolatha.

    #135993
    Daeus Lamb
    @daeus-lamb

    @rebekah12 Yeah! While I’m currently targeting both teens and adults, I wouldn’t be surprised if my main audience ended up being teens. Fire away. I’d love to have you review it.

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    #136013
    Chalice
    @chalice

    @daeus-lamb

    How long is it? Or what would you compare it to in length?

    I would love to read it, but I have several other projects going and don’t want to get too overwhelmed. (And I don’t know why, but for some reason I’m imagining it as this massive book. πŸ˜‚)

    ENFP-T/Artist/Writer/Musician
    β€œCreativity takes courage” -Henri Matisse

    #136077
    Daeus Lamb
    @daeus-lamb

    @chalice Well, I’d put it at the length of about one and a third of The Hobbit. Maybe one and a half.

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    #136088
    Chalice
    @chalice

    @daeus-lamb, Okay, thanks. I think I can handle that. πŸ™‚

    ENFP-T/Artist/Writer/Musician
    β€œCreativity takes courage” -Henri Matisse

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