No, it won’t be done and published by the middle of this month. I’m shooting for sometime in May, at this point. I’ve expanded on a few scenes, and added others. Right now, I’d say I’ve got about 2,500 words added, with about 40 pages to go on the edit–which means I may be writing and adding even more scenes to it, which means more editing…
You get the picture.
Anyway, without further ado, here’s the cover blurb.
The Last Pendragon
The last thing I expected when I went to grieve in the mountains was to get chased by werewolves, kidnapped by a dragon, or meet a legend. But that was exactly what happened.
Sara Hawke, a highly-educated former PhD candidate in Linguistics, is plunged into a situation that strains her skepticism: first she meets a pack of werewolves while camping on the night of the full moon, then she’s rescued by a man the werewolves seemed to fear. Her rescuer then decides that she’ll be good company until he decides to let her go. Then he tells her that she has the potential to be a sorceress, and offers to teach her.
Along the way, she learns that legends aren’t always what they’re cracked up to be, and are occasionally more than they seem…