The White Spell Out Today!

The White Spell is releasing today, October 4th. I have to admit, Acair might be my favorite character ever. There’s a part of me that wishes I’d written a whole series about him, a la Sue Grafton: A is for Acair; B is for Bad Mage; I is for I’m Really Not Bad All the Time, etc. 

The Prologue is posted over there to the left behind “read an excerpt,” so click if you like and happy reading!


10 comments

  1. Rochelle says:

    Love the Nine Kingdoms books. Would really like a cheat sheet on pronunciations.

  2. Nora says:

    My favorite book of the series. Micah has always been my favorite character and to have him with Acair made me giddy. I could not put the book down. Great read.

  3. Frida says:

    Absolutely loved this book! Acair is a gem.

    Do you know when and where he’s featured in previous books?

    • LynnK says:

      You can read more about him in Dreamer’s Daughter and River of Dreams — sorry, I’m working backward through them — and maybe some in Dreamspinner. I’m so happy you liked both the book and Acair. I have to admit, he took me a little by surprise–and it makes me always feel a little weird talking about characters that seem real but he was definitely standing in the wings, tapping his foot while waiting for stage time. :)

  4. Anne says:

    I Loved this one!
    I’m quite fond of all your characters, but this one…. with such a believable mix of good and bad behaviors … is wonderful!

    I would read all of the alphabet books (especially, I think, “I’m not bad all the time”

    :)

  5. Sophia Waugh says:

    I read and enjoyed reading both The White Spell and The Dreamer’s Song with Acair and Leirsinn. I sincerely hope you will write another book on their journey and love for each other. I am caught up with their story, Acair seeking his souls and Leirsinn rescuing her grandfather and the magic she needs and sharing their love for each other.

  6. Sophia Waugh says:

    I am OK with others responding to reading about Acair and Leirsinn.

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