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Cover Reveal for Blight of the Necromancer (Khthonia #3)

Blurb: When offered a choice between tedious research or fighting a dragon, the players always choose the dragon.

Even when they’re dangerously outmatched.

No one rational ever wants to play a bard, but Nora Quinn believed she could use her class’ skills of perception to her advantage as an investigator. As Essaerae the elven bard, she regrets picking the role now that the players are trapped in the dark realm of Khthonia. She desperately desires to go home, but her friends want to stay in the fantasy world, causing a rift in the party. To lift the Specter Plague curse from the land and win the game, the heroes must defeat the conniving necromancer. Yet he’s shadowing them with death the entire way.

Seeking the tools they need, Nora and her friends must survive perilous side quests and hordes of undead. The answer to how to slay the villain lies in the western ruins, but Nora is certain he is the only one who can get her home. And for that, he needs to stay alive.

Nora must choose between killing the necromancer and lifting the curse or siding with him and going home. Neither choice feels like a victory.

A fantasy LitRPG/GameLit for fans of table-top role-playing games.

I'm so excited to share the gorgeous cover for Blight of the Necromancer with the world. My wonderful designer for the previous two covers was unavailable to do this one. I used a recommendation from a fellow author and discovered germancreative - Lesia T. on Fiverr. For a very reasonable price, Lesia did an amazing job with all the very specific things I wanted on it. I got my bone dragon!

The book will be released on October 13th. My lucky number! And it's a Friday. That date was made for releasing this book.

This is the third and final book of the trilogy. I don't think I'll be returning to that world, but I did very much enjoy writing LitRPG. I have a few other ideas for LitRPG stories and several more of dark paranormal tales. Yet I did promise myself I would finish the Of Blood and Sorrow trilogy with Of Death and Sorrow. I do have a cover and 25,000 words already for it. It deserves a proper ending. Plus I have a pen name demanding attention, and if only I didn't need to sleep!

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