QSFer Amelia Faulkner has a new MM fantasy book out in her Inheritance series: Rites of Winter.
The Wheel turns.
Laurence Riley is slowly recovering from the torture he endured. A short break in New York should give him the peace and quiet he craves. But then Quentin goes missing in the worst blizzard the city has ever seen, and Laurence can’t save him alone. He’s going to need help.
Quentin d’Arcy is a man torn apart by truth. When he’s abducted to a world that he can’t possibly survive, his nightmares are suddenly the least of his problems. His only hope is a man who has been dead for three years—Laurence’s father, Eric Riley.
Death claims all.
Quentin is trapped in Otherworld. Gods are brawling in Midtown Manhattan. Laurence is on the clock and down to one option: he must fight to save the one he loves before Quentin destroys everything around him—or, worst of all, himself.
Rites of Winter is the sixth book in the Rainbow Award winning Inheritance series and contains mature themes and events which may be distressing to some readers.
Amelia Faulkner was born in Thame, Oxfordshire, and sprouted upward in short order. The ground around Thame is reasonably mucky, especially in the winter, and she can’t be blamed for wanting to get away from it.
Raised on a steady diet of Star Trek and Doctor Who, Amelia stood no chance in not becoming a grade-A geek. She has sat on the board of the British Fantasy Society, contributed fiction and fluff to various published roleplaying games, and written non-fiction for SciFiNow and SFX Magazines. For every positive there is an equal and opposite negative, and Amelia is forced to admit that she loves Wild Wild West.
In her spare time she enjoys travel, photography, walking her Corgi, and trying to convince her friends to replay the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game with all the Goblins decks.
Visit her website at http://ameliafaulkner.com!