Hi guys. It's been a while since my last blog, because I've been busy writing Dylap and finished a short story that had been bugging me for a while. Darkest Wish was an idea I had ages ago. A small piece that I've been playing with and not really knowing what to do with it. Well, its finally written and Paul has done an excellent job with the title.
I will be releasing it soon as a free ebook. Hopefully you will enjoy it. In the mean time I have had another 5 star review from the US for Eversong:
'Alternate worlds, demonic possession, apocalyptic mayhem, monsters, trolls, motorcycles, horses, thugs, a novel system of magic, gripping combat, even Vikings... Eversong has it all. The story feels familiar but innovative and unique at the same time. Salter describes his world with imagistic prose and a comfortable, tucked-in-and-cozy style. The story follows a familiar theme (that of a young woman who, unbeknownst to her, is a pivotal person in the fate of the universe), but the plot and characterization belong to Salter own. The strong female lead must contend with dynamic forces she barely understands, while under constant threat of execution by a member of an elite sect of warriors who guard the "balance" between the realms. Her quest is supported by a band of characters that embody the perfect blend of humorous clowning and bad-assery.'