“The Mage’s Grave” now available in trade paperback from Amazon and CreateSpace!

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That’s right! My newest novel, The Mage’s Grave, is now available in trade paperback on Amazon and CreateSpace! Additionally, you can ask your local independent bookstore to order a copy for you if you don’t want to buy from Amazon or CreateSpace for some reason.

Even if you have already bought the ebook edition of this book, you might want to think about buying a print copy for yourself. The trade paperback edition of The Mage’s Grave includes the EXCLUSIVE Mages of Martir short story, What Sharks Hide From. This short story is not available anywhere else, so if you want to read it, go on over to Amazon or CreateSpace and order your copy right away.

Now that the print version is available, I will be doing a special Goodreads giveaway of the trade paperback edition sometime this week. I will discuss more about the Goodreads giveaway later, once I have all of the details finalized, so stay tuned for that.

Also, I am pleased to announce that The Mage’s Limits–the second book in the Mages of Martir series–is on its way and will be available sometime this month, likely toward the middle. I will do a cover reveal very soon, but before that, I will be posting the first chapter of the book tomorrow on this blog for everyone to read, so keep your eyes open for that.

But if you want to be the first to know about the release of The Mage’s Limits, you can sign up for my mailing list by typing your email address into the box on the right. I promise to use my mailing list to only inform you of new releases and special deals for my readers and I will never sell your information to anybody ever. You will also have the freedom to unsubscribe any time you like.

Timothy L. Cerepaka
Timothy L. Cerepaka writes fantasy stories as an indie author. He is the author of the Prince Malock World series of fantasy novels, the Mages of Martir series of fantasy novels, and the science-fantasy standalone novel "The Last Legend: Glitch Apolcalypse." He lives in Texas.
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