The Triarchy's Emissary

by Nyki Blatchley

Published by Fox & Raven Publishing

Available on Kindle from Amazon.co.uk for £0.77

& from Amazon.com for $1.18

 Also available as part of the Ravensmoot anthology

Available on Kindle from Amazon.co.uk £3.09

& from Amazon.com $5.14

 

 

The gods have destroyed the Empire of Shebal, and the world is in chaos, at the mercy of warlords and tyrants. Edralit arrives in the city of Faiz with orders that she's to infiltrate the household of the dowager empress Novesh, who has plans to restore order—but orders from whom? Is she an assassin sent by the vicious Triarchy of the Mountains, or does she have another agenda? The young emissary is captivated by the charismatic empress, but will it stop her fulfilling her task—whatever that might be?

 

 

Read an excerpt here

 

 

 

  

  

The Treason of Memory

by Nyki Blatchley

Cover by David Efaw

Published by Musa Publishing (Urania imprint)

Price: $1.99

Available in all ebook formats from Musa Publishing

Kindle edition available from Amazon.com for $1.99 & Amazon.co.uk for £1.28

 

Young aristocrat Estent n’Ashne has been arrested for assassinating the king he’s always loved. He remembers the deed, though not why he did it, but the enigmatic spy Sharru seems convinced of his innocence. Together, the unlikely pair must search through the slums and palaces of the city of Jalkiya to uncover both political intrigue and an ancient evil. But how can Estent find the truth when he can’t even trust his own memory?

 

Combining the sordid world of espionage with dark magic, The Treason of Memory is an action-packed adventure story set in a fantasy world of flintlocks and rapiers.

 

 

 
 
 
 
  
The City of Ferrid

by Nyki Blatchley

Published by Crystal Codices

Out of Print (a few print copies still available from me on request)

 

 

In a city teetering on the edge of the modern world, a young traveller finds love and magic amid the smoke and grime of industry.  But magic can be good or evil, and it's not always easy for an innocent to tell the difference.

 

The City of Ferrid is a haunting novella that combines fantasy, steampunk and occult thriller into a coming-of-age tale.

 

Read an excerpt here