The Myrrosil Chronicles Book Four: Nightfall is under way! Keep your eyes and ears open for updates and be sure to pick up a copy of Zenith today!
After a long and arduous journey of writing, Zenith is finally complete. I currently have it on the market to a few traditional publishing houses, but don't fret, it should be in your hands soon! Thanks to all those staying tuned with me, and get ready for a wild ride. Zenith is the best one yet...
Be sure to grab your version of this GREAT performance by Henry Kramer of the second installation in The Myrrosil Chronicles!
Thanks to breakthroughs in our editing world, we are now working on 2nd Editions of Dawn's Touch and Anima's Grip! There will be considerable work done to the first two novels in The Myrrosil Chronicles, as they were unedited when originally published. This will aid the flow, the grammar, and the readability of the novels to deliver a more potent version of the series! Stay tuned for release dates and news!
Alright Fans, although it may be a little early for this release, we are still putting it out for your enjoyment! Hopefully you all have enjoyed both Dawn's Touch and Anima's Grip in the Myrrosil Chronicles series so far. If not... what are you waiting for!?!?! All joking aside, I am confident that the upcoming Zenith installation to the series will be the most intense and eventful volume yet! And to throw some foreshadowing your way, here is the cover for the third novel now!
Treachery, destruction, and heartache collide in this novel in a long-awaited climax for Cyrus Farrington. Don't miss out on this gut-wrenching title, but be sure that you grab your copy of Dawn's Touch and Anima's Grip today if you haven't already! (Follow the links below to find the discounted prices for both hard-copies) And watch for more news of the drop of The Myrrosil Chronicles: Zenith, coming soon! Out...
- Steven C. McCullough
The Myrrosil Chronicles: Anima's Grip has been released! It is available on Lulu today. Follow the link below (Anima's Grip Button) to purchase and stay tuned! Coming soon to Amazon, BAM, Barnes & Noble, and more! Enjoy, Readers!
Synopsis: The Myrrosil Chronicles by Steven McCullough is a collection of the third-person accounts of the life of Cyrus Farrington, a young man who finds himself entwined in the fate of another world. It is filled from cover to cover with romance, treachery, adventure, and an ever-present mystery that revolves around Cyrus and the strange artifact that he finds himself connected with. "Dawn's Touch" is the first volume in a series that will take the reader through the depths and heights of a wondrous world known as Myrrosil, ripe with its own magics and mysteries.
Critique: "The first volume of a simply outstanding new fantasy series, "Dawn's Touch" is a tale will leave the reader looking eagerly toward the next installment of The Myrrosil Chronicles! An inherently fascinating, original, deftly crafted and entertaining read from cover to cover, "Dawn's Touch" will prove to be an enduringly popular addition to community library Science Fiction & Fantasy collections. It should be noted for the personal reading lists of dedicated fantasy fans that "Dawn's Touch" is also available in a paperback edition (9781387024322, $14.99) and in a digital book format ($9.99)." (Midwest Book Review)
"The world of Myrrosil is one of radiant beauty and terrible evil, with only the wisest few able to make reliable assertions as to which is definitively which. It’s a magical place, and one full of secrets that should, arguably, never be discovered.
Enter Cyrus Farrington – romantic, quasi-adventurer, and altogether fed up and confused. Spirited away by the whims of fate and entangled in a shadowy plot, it falls on Cyrus to carry the burdens of the mysterious artifact known as Dawn’s Touch, and all that comes with it…
Dawn’s Touch is the first part of The Myrrosil Chronicles, and a fairly impressive one. Fans of Scott Lynch’s Gentleman Bastards will likely enjoy the similar careful and detailed take on world-building, as well as the morally ambiguous plot of magic and light-fingered debauchery.
While there are a number of (admittedly) nitpicky points to be noted that could make or break some readers’ enjoyment, such as the book presents itself as first-hand accounts and yet uses a third-person narrative, poor formatting, or the quality of the cover, the book overall presents an innovative fantasy universe and a modern writing style that sets it apart from other fantasy fare. In Myrossil, McCullough has established a solid foundation for a new fantasy series." - James Grimsby, Self-Publishing Review
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