For your enjoyment, a free short story has been published here on TheDamningMoths.com. You are invited to enjoy Greenflame, a curious tale of the creature only known as Phooka. Fans of The Damning Moths will quickly recognise the setting, while newcomers to the Anecdota are given the opportunity to slip into a magical pocket of Gantiri.
These brief stories are incredible fun, and several more are already being drafted for similar purposes. We have been looking into the possibility of offering individual short stories as ebooks and collectable miniature paperbacks for the die-hard fans – it’s no secret just how much Ashlee loves collectable things. In the future, once the combined word count of these short stories reaches the equivalent of a novel, a compilation will most certainly be released in both formats.
Ashlee is in the midst of writing the next book, relishing in the unfortunate events to befall all our favourite characters. Many of you have asked for a more definitive date of when to expect the elusive Book Two, but we cannot know at this stage when the second volume of the Snowflesh Trilogy will be published. We are just as eager to have the tale ready and released, but all in good time, dear reader. Thank you for your ongoing support and enthusiasm!
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Happy reading, friends.by Author
The release date has come to pass, and we are so happy to share this novel with the world. Still available to purchase direct from the Market, or you can now buy through Amazon, with more retailers beginning to list The Damning Moths for sale.
You can also order the paperback from your favourite brick and mortar bookstore or request your local library stock the book. Just take the title, author name, and ISBN with you.
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We have had a few people ask, “Is there anything I can do to help?” and the answer has always been the same: please spread the word! We still rely on you, dear reader, to tell your friends and family (and even your foes) about this book. And now that The Damning Moths is winging its way to many of your mailboxes, once you’ve read the novel, you can also help by writing an honest review. Amazon and Goodreads are appropriate places to post a review, or your personal blog, or any other website or periodical where you’re permitted to submit reviews.
Happy reading.by Author