The Complete Omnibus of the Chronicles William Wilde is available!
This is a post that’s a dollar short and two days late. The omnibus edition of my William Wilde series released on Amazon a few days ago. I meant to let everyone know about this long ago, but work and life distracted me.
A little bit about William Wilde. The soul of this series was born on a cold, dreary midwestern winter day when I was wishing for a place sunny and warm. Many years, many life events, and many other stories passed until I was confident enough to put pen to paper and do the story justice.
And this is what the story is about:
William Wilde thought he was simply another high school student, but it turns out he’s much more. And the powers percolating through the world know it. They’ve already killed his family, and if unchallenged, they’ll murder him, too. Even now, they hunt him.
William’s troubles, though, are only beginning. He is drafted into a war that stretches back thousands of years—one involving monsters, evil gods, and resurrected heroes. Those battling want and fear him because William is the most powerful mage born in generations. He might bring victory to either side. But who can he trust? His friends who lied to him? Serena Paradiso, who is as enchanting as she is mysterious? Or the warriors, Rukh and Jessira Shektan, whose faces shine with ancient knowledge?
William isn’t sure where to turn for help. His only certainty is that if he doesn’t master his powers, he’ll only live long enough to see his world enslaved.
This is the complete five-volume omnibus of The Chronicles of William Wilde, a series full of everything I strive to write: bold heroes, pulse-pounding excitement, and most importantly, love in all its glorious shades, such as friendship, romance, and partnership.
In addition, the books of William Wilde are part of my singular universe, the Anchored Worlds, and several of the main characters from my first series, the Castes and the OutCastes, have prominent roles in these books as well. However, it isn’t necessary to read the Castes and the OutCastes in order to enjoy William Wilde.
One other note. The initial series title, book titles, and cover art for the individual books make it seem like William Wilde was aimed for children. That isn’t the case. True, the first book in the series was written for my teenage sons and is YA, but in my heart, I write epic fantasy, and unadulterated epic fantasy is what the series becomes starting at book 2.
I hope you give the series a chance, and happy reading!
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