Available now at: Amazon, Google, Kobo, iTunes, Scribd, Page Foundry (Inktera), Barnes & Noble (Nook), and Tolino, and coming soon to 24 Symbols.
I’m pretty happy with it although it does a few things others might think is strange. (Can’t say what exactly without spoiling it, just suffice it to say my world view is a bit different from that of others and so my characters make choices others might not.)
I was telling a friend the other day that Rider’s Revenge was about learning to appreciate what you have whereas I think Rider’s Rescue is very much about grief and how people handle it. Of course, at the same time both are also meant to be fun, fast reads with lots of action and adventure, so don’t think it’s a depressing book by any means. That’s just the deeper theme that came through for me.
I hope you enjoy it. And, as I mentioned before, the ebook is priced at $2.99 now through the end of the month as a thank you to all you fine readers who took a chance on an unknown writer. (And liked her enough to read the second book…)
Paperback is not out yet, but should be by month-end.