After delays of every conceivable kind—I’m surprised the manuscript wasn’t at one point captured by pirates and held for ransom—I’m very, very happy to announce that WHAT LIES BEYOND: The Cycle of Galand #6 is now live.

You can get the ebook on Amazon.

What Lies BeyondThe paperback should be ready in another day or two. One of the nice things about it taking so long to publish this is that my publishers will be able to get the audiobook out more quickly than normal. In fact, Tim’s going to start recording it next month. I don’t know yet exactly when it’ll be out, but I think there’s an outside shot it’ll be live before year’s end, though early next year is more likely.

We’re nearing the end of the series, but there’ll be at least one more book left after this one, and quite possibly two. I’ll have at least one of ’em out next year.

Next on the docket: the sequel to THE SEALED CITADEL, the first Cally book, which I’m planning to have out in December. What do you mean you haven’t read the first book yet?? Fix that right now! Don’t you know the audiobook will be out on November 5? And that Tim Gerard Reynolds is narrating? As young Cally? What could be better? That’s not rhetorical, I really can’t think of anything better than that.

Except, perhaps, wrapping this up and going off to play Stardew Valley, because it was supposed to be my day off. Those digital strawberries won’t pick themselves!

In the meantime, hope you guys enjoy this one. And that it’s long enough to keep you occupied for at least a few days.

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5 Responses to New Release: WHAT LIES BEYOND, The Cycle of Galand #6

  • Eirik Solvang says:

    Can’t wait to read it and then listen to it with Tims amazing readings.

    I also realized, seeing as how Gladdic turned out as a character, and generally is, I wouldn’t mind a short book with his backstory. Not only is he one of the most interesting character, he is also one of the strongest (if not THE strongest) person alive with the Ether and he must have had a special story to get to where he was when we first saw him and how extreme he was.
    Do you have any small idea floating in the back of your head for a Gladdic book?

  • Robert Anderson says:

    Like Eirik said, I’d love to hear more about Gladdic and the ethermancers in general. The snippets of their holy book in Galand got my mind wondering about the priesthood in general.

  • frank says:

    Thanks ed the story is amazing my girlfriend and I love it .

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