‘Shadows’ has been my best launch yet!

I just wanted to give a short ‘thank you’ to everyone reading this.

From the Shadows of the Owl Queen’s Court has easily been my best ever launch, both from a sales perspective, and from the reviews the book has garnered so far.

Here are a few words people shared about Shadows that really made me blush:


‘Take heed, all ye edgy writers of fantasy and fairy tales: This is how you write a dark story without a whiff of gratuitous violence!’ – Filip at Booknest.eu


‘There’s a bit of swearing, a bit of sexy times, and a bit of some really questionable produce. Emotions happened, and I’m definitely okay with that.’ – Superstardrifter


‘From The Shadows Of The Owl Queen’s Court is a very dark tale about chasing your dreams, about nature having its own way in the end.’ – Timy at Fantasy Book Review


‘…as I’ve come to experience with Patrick’s books to date, he delivers yet another completely out of this world, seamless and imaginative story.’ – Liz from Cover 2 Cover


‘There is a lot of magic here, and great danger as well.’ – Lynn from the Grimmedian


‘To say the story gripped me is an understatement. The myths brought to life are so fascinating and that ending just had me focused so much that I could have easily missed my train stop if it hadn’t been the last stop on the line’ – David at David’s Book Blurg


This is just a small selection of the kind words people have said about ‘Shadows’ so far, and I am ever grateful for people taking the time to do so.


If you have not yet grabbed your copy of From the Shadows of the Owl Queen’s Court, get it now from one of these links:

Amazon US

Other Amazon Stores

If you already have read it, I’d like to ask you to take the time to drop an honest review of the book – I spend a lot of time looking at sales data, and it is clear to me that having more reviews up on the Amazon stores has a major impact on whether or not people browsing online are willing to give a new author a shot.

Please just take a second to let the world know what you thought about the book.