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Exciting year ahead for Epertase

We’ve been busy here at Epertase.

Over the last year, we have undertaken some mighty lofty projects and 2021 is about to be a big year.

Let's start with May 4th, which will introduce a brand-new fantasy novel unlike any you have ever read. Death of the Grinderfish is a dystopian, stand-alone novel many years in the making.

I wrote the first draft of Death of the Grinderfish way back in 2013. While inspiration for the story originally came from the masks we wear as firefighters when we battle fires, the global pandemic finds this story remarkably timely.

In Altenbyrne, breathing without a lifemask is deadly.

The ebook for Death of the Grinderfish is available for preorder now, and the paperback and audiobook will be out on May 4th. I can hardly wait for you to read it.

This year will also see a fresh push for Tamed, my wildly popular werewolf tale with a twist, as well as my completely revised and improved fantasy trilogy, The Light of Epertase.

And if that wasn’t enough, I’m beyond excited to announce that this fall will see the release of something extremely dear to my heart. Epertase Publishing will be releasing a collection of short stories that will include a very special novella about a firefighter who suffers from PTSD. While that’s all I’m going to reveal right now, I can safely say you’re not going to want to miss this one. Every once in a while, an author comes up with a story that threatens to be bigger than he or she. I believe this story could prove to be that for me. So be sure to follow me on Facebook, Twitter, this blog, or get added to my email list by sending me your email address at for all the updates. What a year.

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