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Single Shot Classic: The King’s Diamond

Damalepazhur is the king of a land long ago and far away, and he really needs the fabled diamond he’s heard of for protection. The diamond is a young man named Ketu, a fisherman, and he reluctantly joins the palace household, and learns to have a fondness for the king, even of court life is strange to him.

When a stranger comes to the city and tries to turn the people against Damalepazhur, Ketu steps in to so his job, revealing the identity, and the plot of the stranger, putting himself right in the path of danger. Will Damalepazhur be able to thank Ketu the way he wants to?

Originally published as the 2008 Birthstone The King’s Diamond.

An excerpt and purchasing information are after the jump.

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Update-type things!

  • Website redo! It may become an overhaul at some point, because the organization feels … not so organized.
  • The King’s Diamond has been removed from my book list. Its contract has ended and it is now out of print. BUT it will be re-released as a Single Shot Classic later this year. Happy happy.
  • So, I had this idea, and I thought, Ooh, it’s going to be gritty and urban and maybe a little rough…and then I was thinking about it and realized it’s still urban but it’s also kind of fantastical…so I’ve got two possible urban fantasies in store. This makes me wibble a bit. But it should also be fun.
  • OH HEY I’VE GOT A NEW STORY OUT IN A MONTH.

Does it feel like excerpt time to you? It feels like excerpt time to me.

Spice It Up: Herbs de Provence is the story of Harry and Nicholas, both lovers of good food and the south of France. Harry has known Nicholas since Nicky was taken in by Harry’s friend Dix as a teenager, and Harry’s only now noticing that Nicholas is all grown up.

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Now available: The King’s Diamond

King's Diamond (small)

Damalepazhur is the king of a land long ago and far away, and he really needs the fabled diamond he’s heard of for protection. The diamond is a young man named Ketu, a fisherman, and he reluctantly joins the palace household, and learns to have a fondness for the king, even if court life is strange to him.

When a stranger comes to the city and tries to turn the people against Damalepazhur, Ketu steps in to do his job, revealing the identity and the plot of the stranger, putting himself right in the path of danger. Will Damalepazhur be able to thank Ketu the way he wants to?

Purchasing information is here.

(Now I’m going to go jump up and down for a bit.)

Mirrored from Jenna Jones.com.