Lunar Insurrection Series
Adventure after death. Forge a new world in your image. Or perish trying…
The Lunar Insurrection series follows the exploits of Guinevere and her party of adventuring souls who’ve been taken (or willingly left) their previous world to start over in a new one. For two years, they’ve played the game however they wanted: leveling up, gathering loot, living their best lives.
But as tensions rise within the kingdom, unlikely partnerships form. Guinevere might just have to find a way to cooperate with people she can barely tolerate just for a chance at survival.
Book 0.5: The Mists of Arathia
Book 1: Melody of Dragons
Book 2: Academy of Souls
Book 3: Forest of Corruption
Book 4: Colosseum of Imperium
Book 5: Revolt of Vagrants (coming soon)
Omnibus edition: Lunar Insurrection: Arc One (coming 2023)
Meet the Authors
To bring my friends together during the pandemic, I got really into being a Dungeon Master. I looked up youtube videos, spent a disproportionate amount of time catering to my players, building a world in which they’d fall in love with. One in which they could escape from their woes and worries and engage in a fantasy, if for a little while.
But then my creativity took me further. I wanted to tell a story. I wanted to create a story that mattered to my players, but we could never do it at the pace I wanted.
Then I saw a meme “What if I wanted to play Dungeons and Dragons by myself, what if I wanted to create stories and play through them by myself?” The response was “That’s called writing a book.” I imagined a Key and Peele sketch, about robbing a bank. “That’s called getting a job.”
One day, Erynn’s army of fluffy minions will take over the world. But, well, she hasn’t had any luck animating stuffed animals yet! Ever since graduating with her degree in creative writing from the University of British Columbia, you can usually find her typing away at her next fantasy novel like her life depends on it. Other times, she’s locked inside a book, be that reading about dragons, mythology, folklore, or daydreaming in another fantasy world. She also entertains a “mild” tea obsession and guards her hoard like any bookdragon would. It’s her goal to introduce readers to the complexities of mental illness through the perspectives of lifelike characters in fantasy worlds.