Available together for the first time. This box set includes the first three books in S. A. Gibson’s After the Collapse series. This ebook bundle includes Feeling a Way, A Dangerous Way, and In the Horde’s Way.
Feeling a Way: The battle for the future begins. In this post-apocalyptic world, where new dangers and mysterious happenings lurk around every corner, children are being kidnapped, and swordsman William Way must rescue them. Archer for hire, Kalapati, has begun her own quest. As William and Kalapati race to complete their missions, they soon wonder how their efforts will change the future.
A Dangerous Way: Eleanora is hard at work on her foster parent’s farm training herself in the fighting arts and hoping to avoid the same fate as her parents. William is a swordsman for the library, but when the Librarian steps down, chaos throws all into turmoil. Can Eleanora and William restore the peace to this primitive Southwest landscape after the Collapse?
In the Horde’s Way: Henrietta, a soldier with a secret, begins working at the Southwest Library. Meeting Alaya, the Librarian’s daughter, launches them both on an epic and dangerous journey that leads them into the councils of invaders and the tribal chieftains who rule the desert land of the Southwest.
These interconnected tales of a future world without modern technology, will test each character’s loyalty and commitment and ultimately shape their fate.
You are invited to a Release Party for this new book! Tuesday, August 29th from 4 pm to 6 pm Eastern Time. Join us for fun, gifts and prizes. I hope to see you there. S. A. Gibson.
After the Collapse: Boxed Set Facebook Party
Until August 28th, the boxed set will be available for preorder for 99 cents on Amazon.
I’ve been having some conversations with writers about writing fight scenes, and I thought it might be a good idea to put some information out there. A lot of writers write fight scenes that are, to be honest, just plain ridiculous, if not impossible, and it really bugs me. There is a huge difference between massed-formation military tactics and single combat – but it is single combat that most fantasy writers tend to employ, so we’ll stick to that.In fact, I can’t tell you how to write a fight scene. Every fight will be different, and it’s your book.What I can do is make you aware of some of the variables and pitfalls you need to be conscious of when you write those scenes.First off: this pertains mainly to medieval fantasy sword fighting. I have…
Source: Writing Your Fighting (the complete story)