Two years ago, I had no idea any of this was coming. I'd written a story I loved, that I knew traditional publishing wouldn't accept, and I'd found myself at a crossroads in my career. I actually started out writing children's books, and after failing to get an agent for my first two, I moved into new adult urban fantasy (the Darkworld series). Then I floundered around, flitting between genres and categories with no clue how I wanted to position myself as an author. Traditional publishing has a tendency to want to put you into boxes, unless you have multiple pen names and publishers. The Alliance series is a weird NA/adult crossover series which spans about five sub-genres. It's a tough sell. But despite this, it found its audience, along with my other indie series.
I'm proud of the book and the series, and I hope those of you who've followed the Alliance series from the beginning enjoy reading the final instalment!
Here's my one-year indieversary post from a year ago, when things were a little different! http://throughthegateway.blogspot.co.uk/2016/03/one-year-indie-versary-how-to-balance.html
With Earth on the brink of war with her homeworld, Ada must face the truths her guardian, Nell, kept from her all her life, while Kay faces the ramifications of his father’s last, terrible act as a council member and fights to restore Earth’s shattered trust in the Alliance.
If the Alliance falls, so does the Multiverse. And this time, there’s no going back…
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