Big sale!

The digital editions of my current epic fantasy, This Crumbling Pageant, Volume One of The Fury Triad, is currently on sale for only .99 through Sunday. That’s a $6 savings.


That price is good at:

Amazon Kindle


Kobo      iBooks

“This first in the Fury Triad series features a rich blend of fantasy, romance, historical fiction and mythology, and is bound to bewitch readers who favor any or all of these genres… This fantastic story, with an ending that hints of possible dark days to come in Magi England, will have readers eagerly looking forward to Burroughs’ next enchanting tale.”
RT Book Reviews  4.5 Stars

“This Crumbling Pageant is an exhilarating blend of court politics, folklore, romance, and mystery- the threads all woven together into one expertly designed tapestry. Persephone is a balanced, intriguing, and honestly fun female protagonist. She is not the prettiest, she is not the tomboy stereotype, instead she is delightfully difficult to pin down and define. The whole Fury family breathes life into the setting, pulling the plot through its paces.”
Wayward Drui, Amazon Vine Voice  5 of 5 Stars

“YOU MUST READ THIS BOOK! The plot is wickedly complex and I adored every time I got surprised with unexpected twist and turns. The elaborate web the author created is like an intricate musical composition: it transitions from a fairly simple rhythm into a complicated medley of every musical piece ever created. I’m still marveling how  everything I thought was right and wrong turns out to be far from what it really turns out to be.”
The Reader and the Chef   5 of 5 Stars

This Crumbling Pageant by Patricia Burroughs is an epic fantasy that ran me through the gamut of emotions: love, hate, suspense, apprehension, horror, relief, and wonder. I thoroughly enjoyed this book so much that I can’t wait to get a hold of the second one, as in I want the second one now.”   Once Upon a Chapter  5 of 5 Stars

And for the record, I am going to start updating this site every time I update the new planetpooks site. I finally realized that the only way I can have all my blog history in one place is to dupicate the 2 and a half years of new posts from there back to here, and then let this site keep going.

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