It’s July 29th, 2014, and that means — in theory — that every store and on-line site that’s ordered my books should have them in stock.
This means that Cast in Flame should be available for anyone who wants to read it.
In this book, the idea was that Kaylin would have to deal with normal life: in particular, the normal life that involves finding a new place to live (although it’s true that most people don’t lose their old places quite the way she did).
I had the idea while working on Cast in Peril, and wanted to write a novella about the apartment hunt. Because I thought it would be short enough. But by the end of Cast in Sorrow, I realized that there were complications, and complications don’t actually make for short books, so I folded the apartment idea into the complications.
I hope Cast readers enjoy it!
ETA: Please, please don’t post spoilers in the comments on this page. As a reader, I personally don’t mind them — but to some readers they are book-destroying poison.