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Sora’s Quest Audiobook and Krait’s Redemption

Posted by on May 28, 2017 in Uncategorized | 1 comment

Hello everyone! As summer approaches, here in sunny Los Angeles I see less of boots and more of sandals, less jackets and more flouncy hats! The energy, as well, is picking up for Krait’s Redemption as our production phase draws to a close and the big launch announcement grows closer. Keep on the lookout for the KRAIT’S REDEMPTION COVER REVEAL and RELEASE DATE ANNOUNCEMENT which should be happening in the next few weeks.

The Cat’s Eye Chronicles audiobooks are available and getting 5-star reviews! The series is professionally narrated by the talented C.S.E. Cooney (Author of Bone Swans) and published by Tantor Audio. Check out the links below to grab your copy!

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Check out T. L. Shreffler’s New Fantasy Series!

Posted by on May 27, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

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The White by T. L. Shreffler is available now!

While T. L. Shreffler labors away on Krait’s Redemption, perhaps you’d like to read MORE of her exciting fantasy stories?

If you love dragons, then The White is for you! The author of The Cat’s Eye Chronicles releases the first book in a brand new fantasy series. The White (The Dragon Pearl, Book 1) is available now on your favorite e-reader. An exiled girl, a dragon hunter and a mysterious sorceress embark on a perilous journey to stop a rampaging dragon…but perhaps the dragon isn’t the true enemy. Click to order your copy below!

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5 Star Reviews for The White!

I am a huge fan of Shreffler’s work. Her other series, The Cat’s Eye Chronicles, has a coveted seat upon my Shelf of Awesome, and when I heard she was working on a book with DRAGONS I went a little spastic. This story manages a huge amount of world building, character building, and emotion in a very short space, something that impressed me greatly even with having read her other pieces. It is a fantastic story…and I am very much looking forward to watching the series unfold. ~Author Elisabeth Wheatley (The Argetallam Saga)

This was a book filled with adventure from the beginning. Sienna is no wilting flower, she kicks butt and stands up for herself when no one else will. I was surprised how quickly she branched out at the beginning of the book; it was very refreshing. Shreffler is also not afraid to provide the harsh realities of life. I enjoyed that the writing didn’t dance around the damage that The White created. She did a great job balancing the detail without it becoming too much (as Game of Thrones can often be!). 5 out of 5 stars! ~Reading to Distraction

Sienna Foxburn is awesome. She’s brave and intelligent, has a great sense of humor, and she doesn’t back down from a challenge. She’s a great heroine for this kind of story. The lore of the valley of Windridge, its history and its dragon lore, are amazing too. T.L. Shreffler has created a magnificent fantasy world that feels almost as real as our own world. 5 Stars! ~Bedazzled Reading

The Cat’s Eye Chronicles Update

T. L. Shreffler is hard at work on Book 5 in The Cat’s Eye Chronicles: Krait’s Redemption, which will become available later this year. In the meantime, enjoy her new fantasy adventure, The White (The Dragon Pearl, Book 1.) You can expect more fantasy series, more books, more new worlds and more branching out from this author in years to come. The author is very vocal about not wanting to be boxed into just one series and one world for her entire career, no matter how popular. Better for all of us, I say!

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Signed Bookmarks in the Cat’s Eye Store!

Posted by on Feb 27, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

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Available for a limited time only, I have 14 signed bookmarks available in The Cat’s Eye Store. Click here to view the listing: The Cat’s Eye Store!

Bookmarks are $5.99 and feature Sora and Crash from a scene in Fennbog Swamp. Each bookmark is signed by the author and makes a great gift for readers and collectors!

I’ve also added many beautiful necklaces to the Cat’s Eye store. They make great gifts for readers, collectors, and fans of the series. Check out the assortment of necklaces below, all handmade by T. L. Shreffler. Each necklace includes a signed card of authenticity!

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What readers are saying:

“I love it!! I love the stories and now I have a necklace to enjoy with the books!!” ~smithreginar
 
“It’s beautiful. Just the way I imagined it would be from the series. Thanks for making these.” ~Amity Stanga
 
“I love everything about this necklace! The cat’s eye is a beautiful green just like pictured. The leaf is pretty, it is well put together and the chain has a big link every two inches. This solves one of my pet peeves – the back of the chain slipping to the front. I am going to wear this a lot! For you fans of “The Cat’s Eye Chronicles” by T. L. Shreffler, wearing this necklace really does make me feel powerful! If my husband goes missing and a Viper ends up in his place, well what’s a girl to do? LOL I promise you will love these! Now, I’m waiting on earrings!” ~Laura Blanton

 

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Ferran’s Map, Book 4 now available!

Posted by on Jan 20, 2015 in Uncategorized | 17 comments

Hello everyone!

Ferran’s Map is now available on the market! It is immediately available on Amazon, Nook and Smashwords. Links are posted below. iTunes and Kobo take longer to update their online store, so I will post purchase links to the iTunes/Kobo versions the moment they appear.

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5 Star Review by Elisabeth Wheatley on the Ferran’s Map Blog Tour

Original review found here: https://elisabethwheatley.wordpress.com/2015/01/20/2417/
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So. Many. Feelings. I’m reminded why I said this is my favorite ongoing series, just—WOW. I have been waiting for this book since January 2014, annoying the author at every possible opportunity and throwing the series in the face of anyone who asks for a Young Adult Epic Fantasy recommendation (and sometimes even when they don’t).

The plot:

I was told that this was something like 150K words, but once again, it seems hard to believe because the story moves so quickly. I got caught up in it and after three hours of reading, I started to panic because I realized I was coming to the end. It really wasn’t clear how the author was going to end the book, but I was so emotionally invested I prayed. (It’s not weird to pray over fictional characters, is it?)

The characters:

Sora’s character has matured so very much since we first met her at her Blooming in book 1, yet she still has a kind of sweetness and guilelessness that just melts my heart. I do like reading about a heroine who isn’t another smoldering virago, but still manages to pull off daring adventures. She’s much easier to relate to than most of the Epic Fantasy heroines coming out these days and I love her to bits.

Another character I love to bits and who I consider one of my “babies,” is Crash. Read any of my other reviews and you will see plenty on Crash. His struggles and growth have been equal to Sora’s and it was fascinating to look more into the depths of his psyche and what’s going through his head. His relationship with Sora is sweet, complex, beautiful, and irresistible. I’ll be the first to admit that their story is one of my favorite things about this series and I’m in knots over what’s going to happen in Krait’s Redemption.

One thing that surprised me was the part of the book where we see more of what Crash’s demon actually thinks of Sora. That was one of the most interesting sections and again, leaves me wanting Krait’s Redemption.

Now that I have bombarded you with those paragraphs of Crash+Sora fangirling, I should point out this series does have other characters—not that you would know that by reading my previous reviews.

I kind of missed Burn and wished we’d gotten to see just a little more of him, but I was very happy about how much “screen time” Caprion had. There was the subplot of him and his past experiences with the Sixth Race and thanks to reading the prequel novella, I was almost as invested in that vein as I was the one about Crash+Sora. Even if Caprion was always the first to think the worst of my darling little Crash, I could forgive him because it made sense from his perspective.

We learn a great deal about the namesake of this book, Ferran, and his past as well as a surprising twist I did not see coming. Him and Lori are so perfect together and yes, I’ve been at my fictional matchmaking again. There were a great deal of questions raised regarding his family’s dealings and just who they’ve gotten mixed up with—yet more things making me salivate over Krait’s Redemption.

I never thought I would say this, but Cerastes has made me miss Volcrian. At least then, it was just one psychotic serial killer and a few wraiths we had to worry about, now we have a sociopathic, mostly-demon cult leader with his little minions and a mission to destroy all life. Cerastes scares me and I can’t wait for someone—preferably Crash—to kill him. (Just as soon as Cerastes finishes off that Daniellan fellow in some imaginative and nasty fashion.)

Then there’s Krait. When she was first introduced, I did not like her at all and now…let’s just say that the next book’s title has me very excited.

There was one character introduced at the beginning of this book, Cobra, another assassin, who freaked me out at first, but I ended up softening toward him at the end. I mean the very, very end. I can’t say much else because of spoilers, but I felt I should at least mention him.

This review has gone on way too long and turned into more of a fangirling session, so I’ll wrap it up by saying the story just keeps getting better and you all won’t be getting away from my passionate fanaticism any time soon.

by Elisabeth Wheatley (Fantasy Author/Book Reviewer)

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Ferran’s Map Release Date – January 20th, 2015 – Enter Below and Win a free copy!

Posted by on Jan 9, 2015 in Uncategorized | 24 comments

Release date changed!

Release date: Jan. 20th, 2015

Ferran’s Map Release!

Excellent news everyone! Ferran’s Map is in the production stages and will be released this month on January 20th, 2015. It will be available on Amazon, BN.com, Kobo, iTunes and Smashwords. I will post links up on this site and send out an email to the mailing list with purchase links. Ebooks will be available for only $4.99 and will include a map of The City of Crowns. I’m very excited to share this next installment in the story with all of you!

Ferran’s Map Blog Tour

A 1-week online blog tour will begin on January 20th (release day!). Various blogs will feature reviews, author interviews, articles about the series and more. Join T. L. Shreffler’s Facebook Page to get the latest news about the series and read the first reviews of Ferran’s Map! Click to join us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/tlshreffler

New Cats Eye necklaces!

New Cats Eye necklaces!

Will Print Copies Be Available?

Yes, print copies will be available through Amazon.com (print copies of ALL the books are currently available through Amazon.) They will be a hefty 6×9 “softcover” book (larger than typical paperback) and around 450 pages.

The Cat’s Eye Store

More Cat’s Eye necklaces are on the way and will be available this month, in time for the Ferran’s Map book release. Necklaces are handmade by T. L. Shreffler and include a signed Card of Authenticity by the author. They’re very popular among readers and fans of the series!

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