Today I am pleased to be helping indie fantasy author Raina Nightingale reveal the cover of her latest book in the Legend of the Singer series: Sorceress of the Dryads.
First lets meet the Author
Raina Nightingale has been writing high fantasy since she could read enough words to write stories with the words she could read. She loves dragons and magic and beautiful worlds, complete with mountains, storms, stars, forests, and volcanoes! She also loves compelling and realistic characters.
And here it is – the Cover for Sorceress of the Dryads…
The magic of the dryads does not come with a price
But it binds the Singer to the Pact of the forests
To keep her nature or be corrupted
When the corrupted elven prince, Anakrim, takes the throne in the aftermath of the deaths of King Orenduil and Queen Alaria and promises the elven people the return of their long-lost magic, the forests of Elethri begin to languish…
The dryads and Tara-lin must join their magic as never before to bring his menace to an end in a way consistent with their natures and the healing of the forests. In the midst of the upheaval, Tara-lin finds herself in a position of influence she never wanted. With the help of the dryads, she must find and stay true to her song and try to lead the elves to discover and nurture their individual magic.
Preorder links: books2read.com/legend2
Series: Legend of the Singer Series #: 2
Release date: February 22
Book 1 in this duology: Children of the Dryads is now available: Amazon | goodreads
When her human father, Eldor, a member of an organization of elite warriors dedicated to protecting the Valor Alliance, is called on a mission she does not think he can survive, Tara-lin violates his orders and follows him…
She is a half-elf, born with the long-lost ancestral magic of the elves. With her is Alis, a human girl desperate to avoid a marriage forced on her by her father, a colleague of Eldor, but terrified that gods Tara-lin does not believe exist will cast her into the netherhells for her disobedience. Ahead of them is Eldor’s terrifying destination – Nightshade Castle, haunt of madness and black magic.