Search No More: Wolf’s Search Is Available!

Take Flight!

That’s right!  Wolf’s Search, the seventh book in the Firekeeper Saga, is now available as both e-book and trade paperback.   You can acquire the ebook at the following on-line retailers: Amazon; Barnes and Noble (Nook); Kobo; Google Play, and iTunes.  The trade paperback is also available at Amazon.

As of this moment, Wolf’s Search will not be available in most bookstores.  Eventually, I will have copies of the trade paperback available directly from me, but I’m not set up for retail by mail of this title at this time.  On the other hand, you can still get hardcover copies of most of the earlier books in the series through my website bookshop.

Important note!  Wolf’s Search begins about six months after Wolf’s Blood.  However, it is not necessary to read the previous six books to follow the events in this one.  Readers new to the series will, of course, experience some spoilers, but Wolf’s Search does not require detailed knowledge of prior events in order to enjoy the story. In other words: No Homework Necessary!

Still with me?  Want to know what Wolf’s Search is about?  The best spoiler-free option I can offer you is the cover blurb:

Transformative Journey

Blind Seer has run at Firekeeper’s side since the wolf-woman first crossed the Iron Mountains into human-held lands.  Now it’s her turn to run alongside the blue-eyed wolf as he sets out in search of someone who can teach him how to use his magical gift—on his own unique terms.

The pair’s search will take them to the far side of the world in the company of allies who include a young woman scarred by war, a falcon who believes himself a traitor, and an old friend… or possibly enemy.  Together they will fight battles from before they were born, climb mountains, cross badlands, eventually unveiling a threat that will reshape not only Blind Seer, but his belief in what he most desires.

Wolf’s Search’s cover art is by Julie Bell.  You can purchase a print of her original art here.  Her “Andre” doesn’t have Blind Seer’s blue eyes, but is still gorgeous.

If you’d like a little backstory about why the publishing format of Wolf’s Search differs in some ways from the earlier books in the series, you might want to read this post I wrote back in January.

I guess that covers the basics.  Feel free to ask questions.  I ask you to be considerate about asking questions that contain spoilers.

Wait!  I can anticipate one question at least.  Yes.  There will be another Firekeeper novel.  Its working title is Wolf’s Soul.  I often slip progress reports into my Wednesday Wanderings and Friday Fragments posts, so keep checking in to be among the first to know what’s going on.


16 Responses to “Search No More: Wolf’s Search Is Available!”

  1. Beverly Martin Says:

    Wonderful news! I just put it on my list on Amazon!

  2. Sara Says:

    Yes! Cannot wait to get my hands on this one! I’ve missed Firekeeper and Blind Seer!

  3. John C Says:

    I’m thrilled, and have a copy wending its way to me now. Two-day delivery has never felt so slow! Knowing there’s another book “almost” ready to follow it adds a bit to the anticipation as well.

    So, with apologies for this almost-content-free burst of enthusiasm, I’m off to try to forget I also have the kindle edition sitting there, enticing me to skive off work.

  4. King Ben's Grandma Says:

    I immediately bought the ebook and finished it already! I love it! Love it! Of course now I want to know what happens next, but I’m patient.
    I tried to order an actual book through my indie book store but they don’t have access to it? Are the print copies only available through amazon?

    • janelindskold Says:

      I’m SO glad you loved it. I am crumpled up in relief and happiness. Yes. Right now print copies are only available via Amazon because they provide the press. I’m may have copies available for sale (signed! personalized!) when mine arrived and I can calculate shipping. Would you like to know?

      • King Ben's Grandma Says:

        Yes! Thank you! I don’t care about extra for shipping, I pay it to the indie. I just prefer to give them my business if I can.
        I really did love it! I was going to re-read the series before but my TBR pile is too big, and I was able to pick right up with the story. I understand the cover art now😉 I’ll wait until more people have read it before I tell you all the other parts I liked. I don’t want to spoil it for anyone.

  5. Daniel Morris Says:

    Any chance the book will also be available in hardcover?

    • janelindskold Says:

      Chance is always there. However, right now I can’t afford to produce a hardcover. You’re not the only one to ask, so maybe I’ll be asking about interest somewhere down the road.

  6. Barbara Lindskold Says:

    Love Blind Seer’s new look.

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