New Release – An Elemental Wind by Carol R. Ward

If you’re looking for the serial chapter, never fear. It should pop up somewhere around noon, if the scheduler does it’s job. But first, you need to check out this new release by my buddy Carol. It’s her first book, and I have the distinct honor of acting as her publisher via Brazen Snake Books. A romantic fantasy/space opera, it’s an awesome story that I just know you’re going to love (except Dolly, who is trying to find a non-fantasy book to read…so just put this on your list for later, K?).

Anyways, without further ado, I give you...An Elemental Wind by Carol R. Ward.

Cover art by Heidi Sutherlin of My Creative Pursuits (of course)

Nakeisha Windsinger has been chosen to
represent her planet to the Pan-Galactic Council of Worlds. She and
her mentor, the Ilezie E.Z., must travel in secret to avoid their
enemies, but when her mentor is killed, she loses control of her
element, the wind, as she takes vengeance on those responsible.

In doing so, she crosses paths with the
crew of the Burning Comet, a ship with a secret mission of its own. A
reluctant guest, Nakeisha struggles to control her element, a task
made more difficult as she fights her growing attraction to the
ship’s navigator, Chaney.

As their enemies close in, Nakeisha and
Chaney spin a fragile web of trust between them, finding that fate
has a way of interfering when you least expect it and love can
destroy – or rebuild – worlds.

The ebook is available now for an introductory price of .99 cents in the BSB store, on Amazon, and from Smashwords. Or you can get a copy for free when you pre-order the trade paperback for $9.99 in the BSB store (it will automatically be added to your cart when you add the paperback). You can also pre-order a print copy through Barnes & Noble (discounted to $8.99!). Release date for the paperback is October 14th.

About the Author

Residing in Cobourg, Ontario, Carol has
always had a love of writing. She grew up reading old copies of Edgar
Rice Burroughs and Robert E. Howard so it’s no wonder her first
love is fantasy and science fiction.

She always believed she was meant to be
a writer of short stories, however her stories tended to be rather
long. They also tended to have a romantic thread running through
them. Finally caving in to the inevitable, she embraced her genre of
began writing novels of fantasy/science fiction adventure with a dash
of romance thrown into the mix. She has never regretted it.

Today she writes a variety of prose:
non-fiction, flash fiction, short stories, and novels – in a
variety of genres: humour, horror, contemporary, romance, science
fiction, and fantasy. Having recently discovered a love of poetry
forms, she explores a new form of poetry every week.

Connect with Carol at her blog
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Congratulations, my friend. This is only the beginning.

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7 comments on “New Release – An Elemental Wind by Carol R. Ward

  1. Ardee-ann Eichelmann

    Congratulations Carol and BSB. I have been waiting for the book to arrive and have already bought a copy for my Teffers on Amazon. I know this book will do well. It sounds wonderful.

    Good luck,


  2. anne gallagher

    So this is what you were talking about the other day on my blog. Great job!
    This book sounds intriguing. Congratulations Carol and Jaime. Much continued success!!

  3. Carol

    Aww, thanks Ardee-ann – you’re so sweet!

  4. Carol

    Wow, your announcement is so much better than mine! LOL

    I couldn’t have done it without you, Jamie. You’re the best!

  5. Ardee-ann Eichelmann

    Carol, I don’t know about sweet but I do know that every author should get immediate feedback that their book is selling. You know you have sold at least ONE copy. 🙂

    Hugs to you,


  6. Alexander

    Interesting post!! I really like this site, and hope you will write more, thanks for your information.

  7. Dolly

    LOL Jamie!! Of course it will go on my list.

    Great post though. And I love this cover. Heidi’s done a brilliant job.