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A Rift Between Cities, The Arcera Trilogy

A Rift Between Cities, The Arcera Trilogy

I can’t believe it’s finally here!

Available now on Amazon

From the first notes, sketches and doodles, to a complete trilogy in four years.  Has it really been that long?

A Rift Between Cities concludes what Governor Sorin Greyling started in Meadowcity…the first war in a thousand years.

Now, it sounds poetic, “the first war in a thousand years”, but when I began writing Meadowcity, I really tried to think of how it would be like for people who have never experienced war in any form.  The government would dither (as Gero’s council did), while the very few who are driven and courageous might actually try and stop it, knowing how precious their lives are.

But things go wrong, as they often do.  People make mistakes, even with the best intentions.  People are selfish, and refuse to aid those they can help.  But luckily, Sylvia Thorne isn’t people.  Sylvia won’t stop until she is stopped, until she can mend the rift between cities.

Then again, people aren’t all bad.  As the Arcera Trilogy comes to a close, you’ll see plenty of good to balance the bad, as we follow Sylvia, Atlan, Ven, Flint, Ember, Neve and Sorin on their final adventure!

Reader’s Favorite kindly gave A Rift Between Cities five stars! Here’s an excerpt of the review:

Given that the author allows readers to follow many different characters, including the villain, this is an exciting book. Even close to its conclusion, the author keeps readers guessing as to how all the pieces will come together.”

Read the full review here.

 

Until 12/9/16, you can enter to win a signed copy of A Rift Between Cities on Goodreads!

 

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A Rift Between Cities by Liz Delton

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by Liz Delton

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First Look at A Rift Between Cities

First Look at A Rift Between Cities

I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving!  I certainly did; it was the first time I’d hosted, and everything was splendid.  I even had someone else to eat pumpkin pie with me!

I was pretty sure I was the only one who was going to eat it, but I made it anyway.

A Rift Between Cities is only two weeks away!  I honestly don’t know where this entire year has gone, and next week it will be December.

Today I wanted to share the first look into A Rift Between Cities with you, while you are hopefully relaxing at home eating leftovers, as I plan on doing.

Here you are!–

If you’re in Connecticut, you can catch me at one of these events and get yourself a signed copy!

Book Launch & Meet the Author
Hall Memorial Library, Ellington, CTSaturday, Dec 10, 1-2

The Author’s Table Book Sale & Signing
Hartford Public Library, Hartford, CT
Saturday, Dec 17, 12-2

Request an ARC for A Rift Between Cities

Request an ARC for A Rift Between Cities

A Rift Between Cities by Liz DeltonIn a mere six weeks, the final installment of the Arcera Trilogy will be released!

Interested in reading it sooner?  Request an ARC (Advanced Reader Copy)!

Here’s how it works:

Fill out the form below.  I’ll send you an electronic ARC.

If you feel so inclined, I’d greatly appreciate a review on or around release time (December 9), on whichever forum you normally review books (Amazon, Goodreads, etc…).

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Cover Reveal: A Rift Between Cities

Cover Reveal: A Rift Between Cities

It’s just under three months away: the release of the final installment in the Arcera Trilogy.

Sylvia has come a long way since first discovering the declaration of war against her home.  She has faced violence and destruction the like of which hasn’t been seen in Arcera in a thousand years.  She has mastered skills unknown to anyone but the denizens of Seascape, and she has only just begun to fight the war brought about by Governor Sorin Greyling.

This brings us to…

A Rift Between Cities, Book 3 in the Arcera Trilogy

A Rift Between Cities by Liz Delton

Which will be released December 9, 2016!

I received the first proof copy of the paperback in the mail today, and ripped open the box in the middle of my driveway so I could see.  Personally, I thought it was breathtaking.

Arcera Trilogy by Liz Delton
The first ‘family photo’ of the trilogy.

Over the next few months you can come see me at one of several book signings:

The Big E (Celebrating 100 Years!)

Saturday, Sept 17- 10am-1pm
Wednesday, Sept 21– 4pm-7pm *Connecticut Day
Saturday, Oct 1 – 1pm-4pm

The Connecticut Renaissance Faire

Saturday, October 29, 1-3pm

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Konnichiwa

Konnichiwa

How embarrassing is it that my last blog post was from New Year’s?

This year has already been an intense, non-stop, time-gobbling year.  At first, I didn’t have time to write because I was buying a house.  Then, I didn’t have time to write because I was going on a two week trip to Japan.  Then, I didn’t have time to write blog posts because I was busy writing the final book in the Arcera Trilogy!  I think that last one is a valid excuse.

Since I’m in the final stages of editing A Rift Between Cities, I am buckling down and finally writing the posts I’ve been wanting to write.

As I mentioned above, I went on a trip to Japan this spring, it was すごい!  (amazing)  So, of course, I’ll be writing a series of blog posts about Japan, things I learned there, and most importantly, the best food we ate!

Also, I’m learning Japanese.  こんにちは!

I recently started using a bullet journal to keep organized.  I thought I’d give it a try, and I’m totally in love.  It is literally my favorite things combined:  making calendars, being organized, doodling, making lists, and of course, washi tape.  I’ll be talking about it more soon, after I’ve completed a whole month.

Let’s just say you can’t spell check with a pen, and I obviously can’t spell exercising.

With the impending completion of A Rift Between Cities, I feel like I’m at an awesome crossroads with my writing.  I am ready to start something new, but I will always have the world of Arcera.

Come catch me at a few events this fall, and you’ll get an early peak at the cover for ARBC!

The Big E (Celebrating 100 years!)
I’ll be in the Connecticut Building
Saturday, Sept 17- 10am-1pm
Wednesday, Sept 21– 4pm-7pm  *Connecticut Day
Saturday, Oct 1 – 1pm-4pm

The Connecticut Renaissance Faire
Saturday, October 29th
Yes, I’ll be dressing up.

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