Mark E. Fisher’s Next Historical Book — The Medallion
Mark E. Fisher’s Next Historical — The Medallion
Mark E. Fisher announces his next book of Christian historical fiction, The Medallion, due in December 2018.
This week, I’m happy to announce that I signed a contract with Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas, Heritage Beacon Imprint, for my next book of Christian historical fiction. It’s The Medallion, and it follows the son of the protagonist from my first book, The Bonfires of Beltane. Projected publication date: December 2018.
Here’s the teaser:
Only Ty can save his clan from the druids rising again on his island home. But something—is it God?—calls him to distant Gaul to look for a sister whom everyone knows is dead. He believes she’s alive, and he’s driven to find her. But who then will save his clan?
“The Scepter and Tower” Fantasy Trilogy
The editing/publication process does take time. While my historical novel wends its way through final editing, formatting, getting a cover, etc…, I’m working on my Christian fantasy trilogy. I’ve decided to self-publish “The Scepter and Tower” series. The first two books are written, and I’m seventy pages into the third. When will I release these? I don’t know. Whenever they don’t interfere with my historical fiction release, I suppose.
Am I crazy for wanting to write in two different genres? You tell me. But I love them both.
A Call for Fantasy Readers
If you are an avid reader of fantasy and would like to become a beta-reader for the first fantasy book in the series, The Scepter, please use my contact page and send me a request. I’ll put you on the list. But if you want to do this, I will also ask you—although it’s not required—if you could please post a review on Amazon when the first book, The Scepter, is released. Books live or die on the number of positive reviews they receive.
In any event, that’s what’s happening in the life of your author. By the way, lately he’s also been writing books, not adding to his stable of posts.
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