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Sounding the Call To Action

My Goodreads giveaway ended last night and I had more people enter to win the newly released paperback copy of The Last Great Wizard of Yden than I had anticipated. I am grateful for the interest shown in my book. For those who have been asking, I’m currently revising the sequel, Children of Yden, and hope to have it available soon.

Also, a reader just sent me a photo I’d like to share. The Last Great Wizard of Yden looks quite spiffy in an easel I must say.  Big note of thanks to Jan Romes for being kind enough to send the photo to me.

Recently I was contacted by a Twitter friend and asked to write a blog post about breaking into the publishing industry.  That post, How Breaking Into Publishing is Like an Adventure Movie received a lot of interest (thank you Roberta). It got me wondering whether or not anyone else had questions or suggestions for blog topics.  Posting book covers, excerpts and back cover blurbs is great, but it doesn’t involve much interaction with readers.

So, I’m sending out a call to action. If you’d like to see something on this blog you haven’t seen before (or perhaps more of something you HAVE seen), please let me know by leaving a comment.  I’d love to hear from you.

~ S.G. Rogers


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The Last Great Wizard of Yden at Goodreads

Enter to win a paperback copy of The Last Great Wizard of Yden at Goodreads.  Giveaway begins February 4th and is open until February 18th (US only).  3 copies are available!

For his sixteenth birthday, all Jon wanted were the keys to the family car. Instead, he got a lousy magic ring…

Artistic prodigy Jon Hansen yearns to fit in, but when he stumbles onto a supernatural kidnapping, his life changes forever. Unfortunately, his search for answers uncovers a magical secret—one that makes Jon a danger to everyone around him.

The Wolf Clan wizard Efysian has been draining the magic from Yden. On a quest for eternal power, he’s willing to kill to feed his addiction. To harness the ultimate source of energy, he travels to Earth. This time, however, he has a persistent witness to his crime.

Can Jon survive long enough to outwit the most evil wizard the magical world has ever known? Or will Efysian add the young wizard to his gruesome collection of trophies? 

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~ S.G. Rogers