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About K.D. Edwards
K.D. lives and writes in North Carolina, but has spent time in Massachusetts, Maine, Colorado, New Hampshire, Montana, and Washington. (Common theme until NC: Snow. So, so much snow.)
Mercifully short careers in food service, interactive television, corporate banking, retail management, and bariatric furniture have led to a much less short career in Higher Education.
The first book in his urban fantasy series THE TAROT SEQUENCE, called THE LAST SUN, was published by Pyr in June 2018, followed by THE HANGED MAN and THE HOURGLASS THRONE. A 200-page expansion to the third book, called THE EIDOLON, is due in February 2023.
K.D. is represented by Lesley Sabga at the Seymour Agency, and Kim Yau at Echo Lake Entertainment for media rights.
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As Rune Saint John grapples with the challenges of assuming the Sun Throne, a powerful barrier appears around New Atlantis’s famed rejuvenation center. But who could have created such formidable magic . . . what do they want from the immortality clinic . . . and what remains of the dozens trapped inside?
Though Rune and his lifelong bodyguard Brand are tasked with investigating the mysterious barrier, Rune is also busy settling into his new life at court. Claiming his father’s throne has irrevocably thrown him into the precarious world of political deception, and he must secure relationships with newfound allies in time to keep his growing found family safe. His relationship with his lover, Addam Saint Nicholas, raises additional political complications they must navigate. But he and Brand soon discover that the power behind the barrier holds a much more insidious, far-reaching threat to his family, to his people, and to the world.
Now, the rulers of New Atlantis must confront an enemy both new and ancient as the flow of time itself is drawn into the conflict. And as Rune finds himself inexorably drawn back to the fall of his father’s court and his own torture at the hands of masked conspirators, the secrets that he has long guarded will be dragged into the light—changing the Sun Throne, and New Atlantis, forever.
The climax of the first trilogy in the nine-book Tarot Sequence, The Hourglass Throne delivers epic urban fantasy that blends humor, fast-paced action, and political intrigue.
In the epic conclusion to K.D. Edwards’ first blockbuster trilogy in The Tarot Sequence series, readers followed Rune on a race against time as an age-old threat rose to threaten the city of New Atlantis. Now, for the first time, The Eidolon tells what really happened to Max, Quinn, and Anna as prisoners in the Hourglass Throne’s base of operation.
The Eidolon is the first in a brand new collection of novels and novellas in the Magnus Academy Series. These stories will be told through the various points of view of Rune’s found family, ultimately leading to a planned arc of novels set at the new Magnus Academy.
Join the inhabitants of Thorn Creek and the surrounding communities as they build a new life for themselves in the DOOM DAYS that follow the end of the world:
“Trade Secrets” (Sara Beaman)
When the Collapse hit, Isaac and Josephine, employees of Odyne Corporation, fled to a secluded compound in rural Mexico. A year later, Josephine is pregnant, and Odyne’s corporate policies force them to choose between giving up their baby to be sold to the highest bidder or setting out into the wilderness on their own.
“Finding Joy” (Arlene Blakely)
Angry at the world after the death of her cousin, Rina escapes her grief by accepting a job delivering mail to the homesteads that surround Thorn Creek. Riding the circuit is dangerous, but Rina is willing to risk bandits and strangle runner to avoid dealing with her pain. But when she gets a chance at a new life with a new love, will she risk her heart?
“The Monk” (CS Cheely)
Margotty is an educated but isolated young woman who walks a line between serving as the town’s much-needed midwife and falling victim to its superstitions. Her client Irene is struggling to conceive a baby. When a travelling monk passes through Thorn Creek he offers both of them an opportunity for hope and change.
“Grasshopper Song” (K.D. Edwards)
Scout, never quite at home within the gates of Thorn Creek, defends his hard-won outpost and the spoils of a crumbled civilization from a clan of greedy newcomers.
“Veneranda and the Spy” (Dan Wood)
When a suspicious man claiming ties to a shadowy government appears and requests help from Isaac’s daughter, Veneranda, she stumbles into a dangerous combination of intrigue and violence at the nearby University.