Keltin and Jaylocke have traveled to northern Riltvin to investigate reports of beast attacks. Something has been terrorizing the small village of Riksville, and it’s up to the nation’s best beast hunter and his trusty apprentice to stop it. But when Keltin decides that it’s time for Jaylocke to take the lead on a hunt for the first time, the Weycliff wayfarer soon learns that there’s more to beast hunting that just fighting monsters. Fans of Keltin Moore will love this adventure featuring two of Schopfer’s most beloved characters and including never-before revealed details of Keltin’s past.
Loss of a Legend takes place shortly after the events of Into the North.
While this story will no doubt appear in a future anthology at some point, right now the only way to see it is by joining and participating in my Guild of Adventurers. To learn more about how to join this great group of fans, check out my Guild of Adventurers Q&A.
First off, I want to say welcome to the new home for my blog! I’ve been intending to transfer my blogging activities to my website for a while now. Hopefully, you will enjoy some of the improved features of this new platform, including hashtags for improved navigation of articles, easier commenting, and better access to my other online homes.
While I will keep my old blog up for the foreseeable future so that fans can peruse the more than three year’s worth of articles there, all new articles will be featured on this site. I’ll also be posting updated versions of old articles on this site, so be on the lookout for those.
With all that said, I wanted to take a moment and extend a special welcome to all of my new fans. Whether I met you on my recent book tour or you’ve discovered my books on your own, I want to let you know how much I appreciate you and your shared love for the stories that I’ve created. Feel free to get in touch with me via Facebook or Twitter if you have any questions about my stories or want to talk about the craft of writing. While I am getting busier all the time, I always try to myself available for my fans.
If you’d like to talk with someone other than me about my stories, there are some online homes for fans that you might want to check out. The two biggest ones are the Fans of Lindsay Schopfer Facebook page and the Goodreads Fans of Lindsay Schopfer page. Both are great places to meet other fans, talk about my stories, share theories, and enjoy artwork and images related to my work.
If you’re interested in helping spread the word about my stories, the best way to do that is by becoming a member of my Guild of Adventurers. You can check out my Q&A page to find out more about the group and the sort of things they do. Even if you don’t join the Guild, you can help out by writing an honest review on Amazon or another online retailer where my books are available.
Again, I want to say thank you to all of my new fans and welcome everyone to this new home for my blog. You guys are great!