*NEW* You can now also join my subreddit and post your own photos, illustrations, drawings, pose questions, and interact with other fans of The Arinthian Line series and Fury of a Rising Dragon series! It’s also where you’ll find some never-before-seen photos, some of which will be “behind the scenes”.
Coming of age fantasy author Sever Bronny making progress on book 4 of the Fury of a Rising Dragon series. Spot the miniature Excalibur sword in the focus bonsai!
The wind moaned as Augum felt his body suddenly lighten. Had the soldier thrown him? His stomach lurched from the weightless sensation, yet the anticipated crash back to the ground did not come. Lightning burst across the clouds, fanning out like a great spider web, making visible something Augum struggled to make sense of—yellow grass far below him. The ensuing crack of thunder rattled his innards and amplified the nausea.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ It’s only a nightmare, he thought frantically, it’s only a nightmare … yet every subsequent flash confirmed the unbelievable—that he was indeed flying.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Then, amidst the spearing flashes, he glimpsed an enormous mass of jagged rock, the top of which disappeared in cloud. The wind increased to a shriek as he hurtled towards the behemoth, slowly losing consciousness from tumbling end over end. With the tunnel of darkness closing in, Augum felt a final searing light illuminate his entire being. A warm glow settled over his heart, and as it faded away, so, too, did he.⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ —Quote from ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Arcane (The Arinthian Line, book 1)
The books, as signed below, in the winner’s house. Congratulations, Marianne!
Signing the entire first series for a contest winner #comingofagefantasy #youngadultfantasy (books similar to harry potter)
This week I launched Mercy’s Trial (Fury of a Rising Dragon, book 3). That makes 1.48 million words published spread over eight books in five years. Been writing full-time for over four of those years. Beyond grateful to be walking this path, and overwhelmed by your support. Thank you.
Arcane is the first book in the epic coming of age fantasy series The Arinthian Line, available from Amazon.
Augum on the way to Hangman’s Rock for his very first quest to deliver a package for Mrs. Stone (my wife put the figure together, even crafting an original robe for him and a golden thread belt).
Buddha curious about the camera. Photo taken in celebration of the launch of the audiobook version of Valor (The Arinthian Line, book three), narrated by Grammy winner Stefan Rudnicki.
The Arinthian Line complete fantasy series alongside the new arrivals of the follow-up series
complete ya fantasy series
Sever Bronny in front of his coming of age fantasy collection. The first series is complete, the second is almost finished.
Honor’s Price launch photo showcasing the coming of age young adult fantasy sequel to Burden’s Edge
My cute cat sleeps while I read
Arcane is a coming of age children’s fantasy book. A tale of magic, adventure, betrayal . . . and compassion.
Young adult fantasy audiobook cover Burden’s Edge
Burden’s Edge is a sword and sorcery epic fantasy book from the series Fury of a Rising Dragon
Burden’s Edge is a bestselling sword and sorcery fantasy novel, the first in the Fury of a Rising Dragon series
Coming of age fantasy author Sever Bronny showcasing his book Clash (The Arinthian Line, book4), released at Central Library of Victoria, BC, Canada
The Arinthian Line series is a coming of age young adult saga nominated for the 2019 Epic Fantasy Fanatics Readers Choice Award
The Arinthian Line series, a complete fantasy series for all ages, is a saga of sword and sorcery, magic, adventure, and survival.
Legend (The Arinthian Line, book 5) is the grand finale to the fantasy coming of age series The Arinthian Line
Coming of age fantasy author Sever Bronny does an AMA on reddit for r/fantasy
The Arinthian Line is an epic fantasy series for all ages
Early sticky-note plot graph:
Some time after I thought of the idea of the scions and what they looked like, I came across a crystal ball at a thrift store. It was nothing more than a glass globe, about four inches in diameter. Yet it felt so cool and heavy in the palm of my hand. It solidified a fun idea.
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