Years ago, I began a long and very tedious project. Writing a book. In the beginning it was meant to be called "Mana Wars", nothing more, nothing less.
Now, a hundred years later (well, it bloody feels like a hundred years) the book is finished.
"Finally," some will say.
"About bloody time," someone else will make a point of saying.
The hardcorest of nerds will barely bat their eyelids saying shit like, "Already?" "Wow, did you at least make the required nerd minimum of eight-hundred pages? Only six-hundred-and-seventeen? E-pub? Oh Cthulhu and the Elder Gods take me, I guess I will give it a look one day! You did make at least one language for the book, right? And a map? Well, that's something, I surmise!"
Or like the hipster would say it. "Ahah, I wrote less in more. Only it's spiked with retro-iconic irony. You fantasy nerds won't get it, because it's sublime!"
"The Mana War Chronicles: Shadows of a Spire!"
The book is currently availiable on Amazon and Google play, I'm hoping that with time Barnes and Noble will let Norway in on their e-pub program , because then, I may be able to sell that book in a bound, papery format.
Here's the direct link to the book on Google Play:
And here's the direct link to the book on Amazon:
- Rach out