Here we are again. This time with the afterword-thing for Threads that Bind the Tempest. This is probably the most disjointed one of the lot, but it makes sense given what Threads that Bind the Tempest is. I could have put this before or after the book, but I put it after. I don’t know. It made sense there.

Of course, I recorded myself reading it.

A Paradoxical Tapestry

Threads was always a part of the title. Threads that Bind was a running title I had for awhile but I needed to work something related to air or wind into the title. That was to keep with the clear elemental motif I had going on. Fire, water, then, this one, air. Earth would follow, but for then it was all wind and air.

So I threw in ‘the Tempest’. I had a title that rolled in a way with all those ‘t’s, was similar to my envisioning of the title and incorporated air.

I had a title that didn’t make much sense. Threads that bind the tempest. What does that mean, concretely? That didn’t really matter. Beyond all notion of sense, it worked. It worked as …

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Book three of The Adventures of the Trinity and the One, Threads that Bind the Tempest, has been released! Fantastic, no? I am very proud of this one. It has a different tone, darker, I think, than the other novels thus far, but it sets the stage for a lot to come. It is very powerful, in my opinion. Writing it was rather hard, but the end-result is perfect.

I hope that everyone will enjoy Threads that Bind the Tempest just as I did.

Pick it up on Amazon here.

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It’s that time. When you get the appetizer to the next story, in this case Threads that Bind the Tempest. The pre-story story. The lovely and enigmatic blurb.

I’ll stop talking now. Here is the cover to Threads that Bind the Tempest, in all its glory. Stare at it and bask in its glory. I like it a lot.

Cover4And for the more substantial part. The blurb to TTBTT:

The Trinity and the One’s latest adventure threatens to unravel both themselves and the universe.

 

In the months following the Trinity and the One’s success in preventing the Demon Chief Sargon from invading Tyra Kolaq’blegae, Cyclone, King, Spellbinder, and Farrco have been waiting for their next quest. It finally comes to them from a pair of researchers who believe that the laws of reality are being modified. Setting out to discover the truth of this hypothesis, the group endeavors to untangle the web of mysteries surrounding it.

 

The Trinity and the One journey across time and space to find the source of the manipulation of reality and stop it from altering the universe further. The quest takes them into the end of their previous incarnations, the former



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So book three, which is tentatively titled as Threads that Bind the Tempest has a very robust draft, so I can share some little nuggets about the plot and setting. This particular nugget is where in Tyra Kolaq’blegae our intrepid Trinity and the One and the supporting cast will be seeing. Locations to expect and all that.

But first, a recap of where and what we have seen so far. Obviously spoilers for those who have not read both How to Stop Wildfire and Harmonic Waves. So please read those first.


Where have they been so far (seen in the books?) HTSW = How to Stop WildfireHWHarmonic Waves


A pretty decent start for covering the expanse of Tyra Kolaq’blegae. A mere drop into its size and breadth, but it is drop nonetheless. Book three expands upon it, but admittedly not by much. It expands it in a different way…

But anyway.

Now where are they heading …

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