Join me today for a brand new epic fantasy book feature, plus my monthly visit to my writing insecurities. #IWSG.
Tate Publishing published this epic fantasy June 23, 2015, and I get to tell you all about it. It’s already received stellar reviews and I am loving the cover!
What say you?
As reality sets in our survivors face a very grim future. Could their only hope of survival truly be found in the cryptic writings of ancient prophecy?
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A FEW REVIEWS
“I have enjoyed getting immersed in Tiger Herbert’s Dragon’s Fire. He has built an incredibly elaborate and intricate world with characters just as diverse. There is action on every page and his detailed descriptions put you right in the middle of it. He has a great way of pulling together the many different story lines and blending them into one. I look forward to continuing this adventure as far as Tiger takes it.”
– Ben Macri
“Great read. I couldn’t put it down. Love the characters and the world that has been created. I read it in one afternoon. It has great twists and turns. Readers will be drawn into the story from the very beginning and will want to keep turning the page. I look forward to reading the next one.”
“Amazing book! After reading the first chapter, I couldn’t put it down ! The details of the story make me feel like I’m actually there and in a state of relaxation. This is a must read for anyone and I look forward to seeing what is to come. ”
– Tate Stephens
“The book starts off with a bang. No mushy pretext we get right into the good stuff and action. Really descriptive and tons of visual details that put me right in the mix. Definitely a page turner.”
– Samantha St.Jules
Meet the author: Tiger Hebert
Okay, so I am not even going to pretend that anyone else is writing this bio, so let’s just agree to skip the 3rd person business. I am basically just a dude who likes to create stories that rock. I strive not only to breathe life into extraordinary characters, but into entire worlds. Creating unforgettable worlds and then sharing it with you is a blast. There is nothing quite like hearing the excitement in someone’s voice as they talk about the story you have created. It is a huge part of why I do this.
Now to the who. I am a Christian, husband, father of three children, and a veteran. I have a BA in Communications. I was born and raised in Maine. I love the outdoors and I am passionate about football, food, family, and faith, and not necessarily in that order.
My insecurities this month are anxiety. I seem to be breathless often, with too many things on a long list of things to do, growing in my mind, and the inner negative voice is telling me if I don’t get it all done I’m a big fat failure. I have ghostwriting project demands, the launch of three romance novellas to prep for publication, blogging (I let this slide too much this year, especially re. visits and replies – sorry about that everyone, I’m trying to make up for it in bouts), and loads of reviews I really want to get up on Amazon for some of you lovely authors. All this with limited concentration and a negative inner voice screaming in my ear.
All I can say, is please be patient with me if you’re waiting for anything. I’ll get to it; I haven’t forgotten. I see my Psych doc soon and they will hopefully play with my meds to rearrange this disparity between ‘need to do’ and ‘can do,’ and to make my head more like this:
Till then, I gotta keep on keeping on. What about you?
How are you this month? [/asg-content-box]
Does Dragon’s Fire tickle your fancy? I recommend you take a look at the website, which is awesome, and there are lots more reviews there, too. All great of course.
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