So there is a prequel to the Draoithe series. It is title Tantalu.
So what happens if the author needs to write another prequel? What do you call that? It can't be prequel 2. That's like a series before the series. (Feels a bit like Star Wars.) The second prequel is not a sequel to the first prequel, but it does happen before Draoithe rises. The proper term is Forbye.
It deals with the events that occur in 1016 and later in 1087 that lead to the rise of the secret devil kingdom of Blar Elding in the 1500s. While the incubus of Tantalu are licking their wounds at Talamh Marcra after the Incubus/Satyr war, a separate series of events occur involving a hedgewitch, her devil son, a turned Cheval Mallet, and a young tricorn stallion and are taking place in the Leaindeail. All of which will be revealed at Draoithe nearly a thousand years into the future after the fall of Peter Elliot. Draoithe: Synner and the Sainte is a forbye. It is an extra book with important information outside of the actual series involving characters from the series but long before Luke ever meets Eli.
Asmodeus and Leviathan, the twin demon lords, Leon Vadim, the red dragon known as Flare, and the Leaindeail Oracle, Cerie, will all make cameo appearances. It will answer a lot of questions, but leave the reader with more questions that will require reading further into the series.
Draoithe: Synner and the Sainte is likely being released in December 2019 and will sell for $.99. Watch for updates on an exact date!
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