Prophecy of Three Teaser and Update.

Hello dear ones!

Things are getting really exciting in these parts. I’ve finally set Prophecy of Three’s launch date for June 17, 2017, just a few days before the auspicious day of summer solstice.  I’ve recently received edits from my editor and great feedback from a few author friends. You could say the stars are aligning rather well for all of us in the Starseed Universe. 🙂 I can’t wait to share more with you all but for now, I thought I’d leave you with a little teaser because I’m ornery like that. Enjoy!

Excerpt from Prophecy of Three by Ashley McLeo

The knots in Hypatia’s back wound tighter, as memories of black smoke and lost knowledge flooded her mind.

Fire, an element she had little control over despite her many magical talents, had always terrified her. Still she had braved an inferno to keep her promise. Had there been any other option she would have taken it, but none came to her as the first wisps of smoke teased their way through the city, tickling the noses and stinging the eyes of onlookers.

The library was burning. Thousands of treasures flying toward the heavens reincarnated as ash and ember. Original works of Sophocles, Homer, and Euripides gone, and yet, Hypatia cared for only one—the one entrusted to her, passed down through the centuries from woman to woman, witch to witch. She’d read it hundreds of times, reciting every word and enunciating every syllable with care should such a disaster ever occur. The true secret of secrets, and future of man.



2 thoughts on “Prophecy of Three Teaser and Update.”

  1. Very cool. This is super interesting. I am writing a novel as well, my first one, currently in the first round of editing. It is such an exciting time, but also overwhelming. Are you choosing the self publish route?


    1. Hi Tamara,
      Thank you. I’m glad you found it interesting. 🙂 I’m currently in the beta reading/millionth edit phase. For my first trilogy I decided to go indie. I wanted to learn the ins and outs of the business for myself. Maybe next time I’ll look into doing traditional. Or who knows? Maybe I’ll love indie! What about you?


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