Dawn of Destiny Is Out Of This World!

Dawn of Destiny, Book 1


Have you heard of The Kurtherian Gambit Series? AKA KGU? If not, then this is the start of something seriously great! The KGU universe is a group of authors who joined with Michael Anderle to write in almost all genres of a shared universe. The stories take place over various centuries as well as in varied galaxies! Some are paranormal, some space opera, and with Dawn of Destiny, you get a magical age set in the future!

With Dawn of Destiny, you can start with book 1 in Amy Hopkins’ new series even if you have never read a single KGU book! But don’t take my word for it, read some of these reviews:

This series is full of butt-kicking heroines and magic wielding mages! There is enough action here to satisfy everyone’s cravings!

When the greatest horrors exist in the mind, how do you deal with a man who puts them there?

Julianne is the strongest mystic of her generation. Her mental magic might even be getting stronger… it’s hard to tell when her practice time is eaten up by paperwork and leading her people.

That is, until a rogue mystic cult shows up, trying to drag Julianne into their plot for world domination.

Crossing the dangerous Madlands and issuing a slap down to the bad guys is just the kind of trip she needs – some quiet solitude and the chance to kick some ass. If only her smartass companions had stayed at home…

Set on the foundation laid by the Kurtherian Gambit Series, Dawn of Destiny tells an entirely new story in the Age of Magic.

Normally, the book is priced at $3.99, but from Feb 8-10 you can get book 1 for only 99c! And FREE if you have Kindle Unlimited!

So what are you waiting for? Click here for Dawn of Destiny and discover a new world of adventure you won’t be able to put down!


3 Responses

  1. Awesome!
    I just spent the weekend with Michael Anderle at 20BooksLondon and what they are doing with the shared universes is mind-blowing.
    And highly lucrative.
    Unfortunately, I will never be able to write a book fast enough to jump on that bandwagon, but I might take a look at reading one, just to be sure…

    1. That is awesome! I heard the London con was out of this world! I went to the 20Books Vegas con last November and am totally going late this year as well! Glad you were able to go and meet so many of Michael’s authors! Everyone is just wonderful! 🙂

  2. London was fabulous, the energy floating around was contagious. I’ve already created couple of new ads, and started a blog series to share what I learned.
    I have an author friend trying to persuade me to come out to Vegas – maybe next year if they do it again, I think I learned enough to be going on with for the time being!

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