Saturday, February 11, 2012

Trials By Fire, Richard Hein

Bio:

Richard Hein was born in the Pacific Northwest, though he spent some time living in Wisconsin and Illinois before moving back to Washington with his family in 1987. He’s lived in the scenic Skagit Valley since then.
Interest in writing began early by writing stories for his classmates in Kindergarten, winning a young-authors award in the Sixth Grade, and spending much of his high school classes writing instead of learning.
Richard spends his days as a server administrator and website programmer, working on writing and prolific reading in the evening.

Product Description:

When Daron becomes a fully graduated member of the Order - a divinely inspired establishment set to provide peace and justice within the land - he stumbles upon a plot surrounding a young woman, Leah, fleeing for her life before mercenaries sent to fetch her. While attempting to keep her safe and grow into his new abilities, he becomes tangled in the plans of a man in possession of unholy magic, never before seen in the realm, who is bent on opening the eyes of humanity to a dark truth.

Daron struggles to fit into a world he doesn't fully understand and fight to keep humanity safe, while delving into Leah's difficult past. With the fate of the kingdom at stake, he has to trust in the gods, but all is not as it seems.

Q: What will e-readers like about your book?
It's a different take on traditional fantasy. Rather than the eternal standard of a medieval-Europe world, it's a world with Victorian-Era technology, and a plot reason for it. There's still familiar settings - swords and sorcery, epic fights and character-driven plots, but with a new and fresh backdrop.

Q: Why did you go indie?
I quite enjoy the challenge and reward of seeing this through from start to finish, on my own strength and determination. It's about taking something I love and carrying it on my shoulders, and Indie publishing really helps me set the tone for that.

Q: Who are your favorite authors in your genre?
Brandon Sanderson, by far. If we're limiting it to the genre I'm writing, I'd also have to say David Eddings - it was his fantasy novels that got me into reading the genre in the first place, and always has a special place in my heart.

Where to Buy
Amazon.com Kindle e-book



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