Name Reveal: Fabled Quest Chronicles 2020

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Name Reveal & Progress Report

To kick off my writing madness for 2020, will be the new release of my epic fantasy Fabled Quest Chronicles series. For those of you eagerly waiting, the next novel of the six-book collection (hexalogy) is almost here: The Forest of Ancients!

The Forest of Ancients

The Fabled Quest Chronicles (Book 4)
71% Complete
71,000 of 100,000 words

As many of you know, I'm not into writing those 1,000 page plus tomes. Book One (Through Titan’s Trail) is 292 pages, Book Two (In the Shadow of the Kings) is 352, and Book Three (Comes the War Wizards’ Wrath) is 365. Just as I suspected, Book Four will be even longer, over 400 pages. I had reached 200 pages at chapter 6; the book has 20 chapters!

The good news is I'm writing the next books in the series back to back so I'll be releasing a new novel each month. The Fabled Quest Chronicles Series Page if HERE.

In my next email I’ll give you the full synopsis, but for those closely following the story: Titan’s Caravan has left behind Faë-Land civilization and has entered The Great Forest on their journey to Atlantea.

What do you think of the title? What are your thoughts?

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Austin Dragon

Author of over 20 books in science fiction, fantasy, and classic horror. His works include the upcoming military sci-fi Planet Tamers series, the epic fantasy Fabled Quest Chronicles, the cyberpunk detective Liquid Cool series, the international epic After Eden Series, and the classic Sleepy Hollow Horrors. He is a native New Yorker but has called Los Angeles, California home for more than twenty years. Words to describe him, in no particular order: U.S. Army, English teacher, one-time resident of Paris, political junkie, movie buff, Fortune 500 corporate recruiter, renaissance man, and dreamer.

Comments 8

  1. I like it. I have been eagerly awaiting the three books that follow. The name captues the significance of the giant forest and the ancients may hold the key to the mystery of the lost caravans. Please type faster!

  2. I don’t wish to sound like a complainer but I have to tell you that I’ve had to read other books (I’m afraid it may be some kind of addiction) while I wait for your next books. Many authors have benefited as I read a new book about every three or four days.

  3. Love the name! I haven’t even started reading the book and already the title has conjured up visions of dark, magic ancient woods.
    And 400+ words has made me very happy. Can’t wait to dive back into the series.

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