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Dies Irae: The End -- my newest book is now available!

Posted by Sara Vance-Hogan on April 1, 2011 at 10:23 PM

Hello everyone,

I hope you're enjoying this little website. I love to hear from my fans so if you want to say anything, don't hesitate to send me an email at [email protected] Be sure to put something of relevance in the subject line or your message may be overlooked.

Now, on to business. As you all know, while all the stories I post here are complete and totally free of charge, I do have *some* books for sale. You can find those in the "My Books for Sale" section.

My newest release is the final book to my epic fantasy series: "Dies Irae." I am happy to announce that it is available in paperback, download, and kindle. If you haven't read the first two parts, I encourage you to check them out.

Now, be warned: this series is contemporary fantasy. Don't attempt to read it and expect   Lord of the Rings material. The setting is near present day and my characters do not speak with elegance.

If you're already a fan, then the wait is over! Click the link(s) above to suit your preference. If  you're not a fan, but would like to check it it out, you can find the first and second books here.

Summary for
"Dies Irae: The End"

It’s been three months since Samara and her comrades destroyed the orb. Three months since they lost a dear friend; three months since the entire dragon population was killed.

Back in Medynum, Samara realizes she needs time to herself to think and reflect on all that happened. She’s not sure what to do now that it’s all over and hopes to find an answer in solitude. She goes to a nearby island to meditate and figure her life out.

But on the way to her destination, the land pulses and Samara feels a very familiar power ... not long after, the man she thought she would never see again returns to her with very surprising news.

With the orb and Danteous back, Samara now has several choices: Reclaim her responsibilities and keep the orb (and humanity) safe – or ignore them and continue with her new life as if nothing happened? Not only that, but should she forgive Danteous? Or send him on his way and accept that that part of her life is over?

Find out in "Dies Irae: The End."

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