Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Valkyrie Chronicles: Seventy Two Hours

My fourth Valkyrie Chronicles book is published!

On May 19, 2014 my eBook, Seventy Two Hours, was added at Amazon.com! Of course, print on demand paperbacks are available too! It was like lightning had struck the moment the book went live, fans were snapping it up left and right! I challenge any other author to say they have fans as awesome as mine!

I may be obsessive compulsive, so I'll begin with talking about this new book before I give an overview of the storyline like I always do. I departed from my normal story flow with this one and started with a shocking event, then told the tale of what led up to it.

This book is the fourth book to reside in the Valkyrie Chronicles universe. This book punctuates the question... What would you do to keep the people you love safe? Is there any sacrifice too great?


In Seventy Two Hours, we start with a shocking event that can change the fate of Valhalla. Then we rewind seventy two hours to discover the events that led up to that very moment in time. Then continues on to highlight how the Asgard and the other races react to it and raise above it to become something more than the sum of their parts.

We get to see further evolutions of the Asgard nanites and the sentient wind riders like Pegasus, and the new roles they play in this new era.

Kara leads the Valkyrie against the most frightening race in the galaxy, the Frost Giants. This new enemy makes the Ragnarok threat look like child's play. How do you defeat an enemy who cannot be damaged? And just what are the Three Embers hiding from Valhalla?

Events force Kara to go beyond anything she has to this point and become the Demon that the Ragnarok belived her to be.


The message behind this book is simply that a parent would do anything for their children and the ones they love. Anyone standing in the way of that will learn the folly of their ways, especially if the person they are blocking is a Valkyrie.

My fans are simply the best there is, I am continually amazed by them. The moment I submitted this new book on Amazon, it started to sell.

As I always do, I want my readers to know that I love them and appreciate any feedback, positive or negative. I also accept oatmeal raisin cookies.

At the end of the book is a sneak peek at the next Music of the Soul book, Girl Next Door. I think this will be an exciting addition to the MOTS series.

I'd love to hear feedback and discussion from YOU about the characters in Seventy Two Hours. I'd love to discuss the story with you!


  1. why didn't the asgard see the damaged generational ship before the transition from earth to folkvangr? its said in folkvangr before transition that they could see 200 light years distance through the veil. otherwise an AMAZING story

  2. Because they were only scanning for Ragnarok energy signatures. They didn't even know the Frost Giants existed at that point so were not doing broad spectrum scans. With the Ragnarok they knew exactly what to look for.

    Thanks for the compliment about the story, it was my favorite Valkyrie Chronicles book to write.

  3. Sorry I thought you said Frost Giant ship. They actually did see the damaged Ragnarok generational vessel. In chapter four of Valkyrie Chronicles: Folkvangr, Kara had informed Odin, “Five ships coming toward Earth and one toward Folkvangr father.” :)

  4. When do you think the next book of this series will be released?

  5. The last book in the series, Titans, will either be released in mid September or mid November 2014. The spinoff series, Tales of Olympus, featuring Artemis and a few characters from the Valkyrie Chronicles will begin in early 2015.

  6. When will this be released on Audible

    1. The AudioBook should be released in November. The third AudioBook in the series, Folkvangr, was just released yesterday.

    2. Any update on the release date for Seventy Two Hours on Audible

    3. Hollie is working on it, I hope to see it in the next few days :)