All change

My first post for a while, I have been busy and there’s lots to tell you about.

Firstly, book one of the Dreaming God Chronicle is almost ready. So ready in fact that it has a cover (to be revealed shortly) and even an ISBN number.

Really? After 15 years of writing? That’s so quick!

Yes… well let’s not dwell on that bit. The name of the book will now be ‘Knight of Aslath’, rather different to the original plan. I felt that Warlords of the Dreaming God worked better for book two now that the story has expanded so much, and Empire of the Blessed Blood (a more recent working title), well… It wasn’t quite right.

That means this blog will also move to an exciting new home soon, with a new domain name that will cover my work more broadly. You will be among the first to know and it will be great to get your feedback on the new site once it’s ready.

There will be a new map coming up to show the continent of Teth-Kiran in all its glory, I’m in discussions with a fabulous designer from Wales and will reveal the finished result soon.

As we move toward launch there are going to be competitions, prizes and even freebies, and I will be starting an email newsletter to let you all know when these are coming up.

That’s all for now folks, just letting you know what’s going on while it’s all been quiet, and hope once you see the finished Knights of Aslath you will think it was worth the wait.

About Scott Foley

Scott Foley is a British fantasy writer based in Manchester. He is author of Knight of Aslath and the Dreaming God Chronicle. Brought up on a steady diet of Tolkien, roleplaying games and a never-ending fascination with the question ‘what if?’, writing fantasy novels seemed the only sensible and worthwhile thing to do with his life. Knight of Aslath is his first novel, and he is currently working on the sequel Warlords of the Dreaming God. Both novels form the beginning of the Dreaming God Chronicle and are set in the fantasy world of Teth-Kiran. Knight of Aslath is available on Amazon, and you can find out more about Scott's work at: