Weathering Echowinds

Primary Genre: Fantasy

Word Count: 170,000

Description and Details:

Here's the deal, I had a couple beta readers. One I never heard back from, the other (we did an exchange) made it through the first part of three and then there was radio silence. I was hopeful that I'd be able to keep with my ideal timeline of getting out this book end of the year, but now I'm not so sure that will happen as I've struggled to find replacements.

Anyway, I'm open to an exchange. Book is about a second-to-third draft.

As I do have feedback from the first part, I would be okay with you reading it just to get an idea of everything before actually commenting on the 2-3 parts (though of course more feedback on 1 would be appreciated). Let me know if you're interested.


Namesiwa gave everything to ensure the ruins of Avaleur would survive. No. He gave everything to ensure the survival of the Avaleurian people. The legacy he left behind now rests in the hands of a new Sage and those who will stand with her.
Syen and Roland, Sage and knight, hold first to the hope Namesiwa showed them. But grips can loosen with uncertainty and doubt. Friends have become enemies. Sons and brothers have become monsters. Is there a balance between justice and forgiveness? Can true unity be attainted? These questions, they must learn to answer while the werewolves and the shadows of Arkillon pry with rising hunger. If they don’t, Avaleur, and themselves, will be torn apart.

Note: this is going to be the second book in a trilogy. The first can be found on amazon for free if you are interested.

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