Tomorrow’s Shepherd is on sale now!

Today’s the day! My new novel, Tomorrow’s Shepherd, is on sale now. You can download the ebook immediately from your favorite retailer, or you can order a print copy. You can read a sample chapter before you buy.

Tomorrow’s Shepherd is Book 2 of my fantasy trilogy, The Verdant Revival — my Weird West love letter to JRPGs and their memorable characters and epic stories — but you shouldn’t be too lost if you want to start with this one.

Escape from Earth-2
If Tomorrow’s Shepherd were a film, I’d cast Grant Gustin as Fritz, especially since his costume as Earth-2 Barry Allen on The Flash is 90% Fritz already.

It’s about Fritz Reinhardt
A smart, quiet intuitive who is the only person able to fix the chipware planet Verde lost in the Blackout two hundred years prior, Fritz was a secondary character in Book 1, Yesterday’s Demons, but he takes center stage in Tomorrow’s Shepherd. (If you’re a fan of Siv and Cassie from Yesterday’s Demons, don’t worry. They’re still very much around, too!)

It’s about Lady Verde
The spirit of the planet remembers the environmental damage chipware did to her, and she’s pleased it’s been gone for 200 years. She’s not happy about its return, and she’s powerful enough to do something about it.

eBook Cover
Tomorrow’s Shepherd

It’s about the future
While Yesterday’s Demons focused on how the past shapes us into who we are today, Tomorrow’s Shepherd is about how we build the future. This is such an important message for our world which has forgotten how to dream about the future.

It’s about hope
Each book in The Verdant Revival focuses on a different main character (Siv, Fritz, or Cassie), a different perspective on time (past, future, or present), and a different one of the theological virtues: faith, hope, and love. Yesterday’s Demons focused on love, and how it is the opposite of fear. Tomorrow’s Shepherd is about hope. Tomorrow will be better than today. Our problems can be overcome. We can make it happen together.

I’m so excited about this book, and I’m so excited I can now share it with the world. Enjoy!

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