11 Oct 2017 | Los Angeles and London

Riversong Books announces preorder availability for Kindle and iBooks for Curses of Scale by S.D. Reeves.

S.D. Reeves. Curses of Scale. Riversong Books, 2017. Pbk ISBN: 978-1-946849-12-0. eBook ISBN: 978-1-946849-13-7.

Sixteen-year-old Niena wants nothing more than to attend an elite bardic college, but when the dragon that shattered the empire awakens again she finds herself on the run, through the fey realm of Fairhome, to the city where she was born. On her trail are her army veteran grandfather, thrown into a commander’s role he doesn’t want, the lord of the fairies, trying to steer her to his own ends, and the husband she won’t meet for fifteen years. If she kills the dragon, she’ll save everyone she holds dear. But if she kills the dragon, she’s cursed instead to become it.


Curses of Scale weaves a tale of conflict and love that plays out on a grand stage and unrolls in layers, presenting readers with a rich, vibrant world they are sure to get lost in. It reminds us that some loves withstand time and death, echoing as comfort or haunting us in the aftermath of loss. Reeves has whipped up a fantastical tale, with druids, fae, a dragon, war, magic, and love and thrown it all together with an oft poetic touch that tugs at the soul and gives rise to the imagination. Enjoy this by a nice big fire or sitting in the great outdoors, but do not forget to bring pickles!”

Brian Guthrie

Author of RISE, a Dragon Award Finalist.

Curses of Scale will be available in paperback, Kindle, and iBook at retailers worldwide on 15 Nov 2017.

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About the Author. S. D. Reeves was born in 1980 in Huntsville, Alabama, but grew up in a small community just on the edge called Madison. His writing career began during a boring math class in college and has blossomed over the last couple of decades into something decidedly not boring. His works have been published in numerous zines including The Blotter, Chantwood, Yellow Chair Review, and The Writer’s Drawer. Stephen has also reviewed books for Oxford University Press, including Micheal Newton’s Victorian Fairy Tales.

About Riversong Books. An imprint of Sulis International, Riversong Books publishes historical, literary, contemporary, science fiction, fantasy, and religious fiction that not only entertain, but allow readers to question, celebrate, and explore what it means to be human. Riversong also publishes reprints, both out-of-print novels or older works not readily available in print or eBook form.
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