Books now available on Google Play

The Heirs of Lydin, The Slaves of the Horned God, and The Grey Mage are now all available on Google Play.

Check them out via the above links

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Don’t panic: Paperback will be back

UPDATE: Paperback is back up!

Some of you may have noticed that the paperback edition of The Heirs of Lydin seems to have disappeared from Amazon and other retailers. Don’t worry, its just having a slight retool for a new edition that should be out this coming week.

I will do an update when it is once again available.

E-Book and Kindle copies are still available in the meantime.

New Book Giveaways!

To mark the release of The Slaves of the Horned God, I am conducting two paperback giveaways at Goodreads.

Giveaway #1

The first giveaway is a copy of The Slaves of the Horned God and The Heirs of Lydin, Book 1 and 2 of the Ap’Lydin Chronicles.

The Slaves of the Horned God by Aidan Hennessy

The Slaves of the Horned God

by Aidan Hennessy

Giveaway ends November 11, 2017.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

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Giveaway #2

The second giveaway is a copy of The Heirs of Lydin, Book 1 of the Ap’Lydin Chronicles.

The Heirs of Lydin by Aidan Hennessy

 

The Heirs of Lydin

 

by Aidan Hennessy

 

Giveaway ends November 12, 2017.

See the giveaway details at Goodreads.

 

 

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Enter one of these, or maybe even both, by heading straight to the links provided.

The Grey Mage – Out Now!

The Grey Mage, my new novella, is out now.

Currently available at Amazon Kindle and at Smashwords, look for further releases (incl iBooks and Kobo) in the very near future.

(UPDATE: Now available on iBooks and Kobo.)

Below is the final cover and synopsis:

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Before he was the Archmage, he was the Exile…

Driven from his home and made a slave, Aelzandar flees his captors in an unknown land. As the natives turn against him and threaten his life, he is saved by a mysterious cadre who dwell in the Tower of the Magi.

Welcomed into this brethren, he is introduced to their enigmatic master, the Grey Mage Cassian. In this place, Aelzandar feels at peace for the first time in decades.

Aelzandar’s tranquil new life is short-lived when a discovery in the tower destroys this utopian society and drives a wedge through Aelzandar’s new comrades. Deserted by his students and friends, Cassian looks to Aelzandar for help, but what can one slave do against the power of the divine?