Xavier has just escaped from Scholar, a mad man who held him captive and performed torturous experiments on him. Colby is a young lady from far away who is on a mission to save her brother. Armed with little more than their wits, Colby and Xavier team up and struggle to escape Scholar’s men and recover the magical artifact that will save Colby’s brother before it’s too late.
“Rhonda Parrish’s descriptive and action-packed prose grabs you by the hands and doesn’t let go. This is the kind of story that’s so good you clutch right back because you don’t ever want it to end.”
– Carrie Jones, New York Times Bestselling author of NEED
“With this wonderful novella, Rhonda Parrish plunges us into a fascinating new world populated with engaging characters, strange races, and a dark, shadowy villain. A wonderful fantasy from a gifted storyteller.”
– Lee Moan, author of The Hotel Galileo
Okay, okay, I know what I said about not liking blog-length advertisements on my blog and this is kinda like a blog-length advertisement, but I can explain! Lost and Found is a novella I am giving away here on my blog. It’s completely free. For now. Did you catch that? The thing is, while I haven’t quite made up my mind for sure I’m very tempted to format this story for Kindle and sell it on Amazon for a buck. Not really because I want the money, but because I’m thinking I could use Amazon to increase my audience. The thing is, if I do that, I can’t keep giving it away here (Amazon doesn’t like that).
I like giving it away. I like that I have this free story I can point people to when they ask ‘Can I read something of yours?’. I want as many people as possible to read (or listen to — did I mention that Bill Ratner did an audio version for me? He did, for real! You need to listen to it, at least one chapter, it’s amazing) it for free before it becomes something you have to pay for.
This blog post is part of the Blogging from A to Z challenge over the month of April and was brought to you by the letter L. Tomorrow I’ll be talking about Motivation 🙂