Introducing “Wind,” Book 3 in the Currents Series.

The wind does not blow for long.

She causes havoc, sometimes she comes as friend who refreshes us from the heat, and sometimes she whispers in our ears as she walks on. One thing is for sure, we never know what she’s done until she’s left.

And this is the basis of this book.

Wind is the shortest of all the books in the series. You start on chapter one and find yourself at the end with questions and emotions that make you ask, “did that just happen?”

Well, you can blame my Editor for that, or you can be nice and thank me for that.

After looking at the cover, I decided to try something and edit the cover on my own for Kindle- and I came up with this:

41OEHkun5wL._SX311_BO1,204,203,200_The paperback and ebook will have different covers- and I now know that when it comes to designing, let’s just say that “Fire” was the best design I created…and maybe Earth will be too- we’ll see.

Wind sees the introduction of two characters who play a huge role in Prince Ustawi’s possible reign as King of Leo. They are Imara and his beautiful daughter, Amara. Ustawi meets them in the forest as they are fleeing from their attackers and tends to their wounds before setting them on the right path to Leo. This move sees the people of Leo engage in a battle they did not see coming, but it also brings betrayal, hatred, anger, and desire to the life of Ustawi.

It’s good to see this through and I cannot wait to get started on editing “Earth.”

You can read Wind : here

6 thoughts on “Introducing “Wind,” Book 3 in the Currents Series.

  1. The wind blows for a short time and the damage is felt after, this book blew my mind in ways I thought wasn’t possible. Thank God the author was nowhere near me, she would have received a tongue lashing. Beautiful work as always. Can we get Earth already???

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  2. Amazing blog! Do you have any helpful hints for aspiring writers?
    I’m planning to start my own website soon but I’m a little lost on everything.
    Would you recommend starting with a free platform like WordPress or go for a paid
    option? There are so many options out there that I’m completely overwhelmed ..
    Any ideas? Thanks a lot!


    1. Hey Rocky, there’s a lot you can do. WordPress has great and easy to use options for blogging and since you are starting it’d be awesome to use the free plan. You need to build up your writing and find what works for you and then you can upgrade to a premium domain. You can also read lots of blogs and get a feel of the writing styles out there while you are at it. Hope this helps ☺


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