Moro’s Price first edition 2012 to 2016

I say ‘first edition’ because I have several future paths for my first published novel, now that its association with Loose Id LLC has come to an end. Moro’s Price no longer exists as an ebook on, or on the Loose Id website. Over the next month or so, it will leave AllRomance Ebooks, Barnes&Noble, and its other vendors.

If you see it there and want this version, this will be your last chance.

I’ve enjoyed working with Loose Id, and wish the company and its authors the very best going forward. For me, rights reversion came at a good time, letting me revise the story to better fit its planned sequels and the larger universe it inhabits.

Moro Jade Disc

What happens next to the story of Val and Moro? That very much depends on what happens with the (very slightly) related mms I’m currently shopping. I have a lot of options, all of them interesting.

When I know, I’ll pass the word.

My deepest gratitude to Loose Id for taking a chance on the book in 2012, for Cherry Weiner for going to bat for me over contract issues, and all the people who read, enjoyed, and reviewed the book.

Author: Filigree

Artist and writer living in the Southwest USA.

2 thoughts on “Moro’s Price first edition 2012 to 2016”

  1. I have my copy on my Kindle from back in 2012. It’s a keeper. I re-read Moro’s Price last year and it stood up to being re-read very well. In fact – as is proper for a good book – I noticed a few little corners and details I didn’t see the first time round. I’m looking forward to what happens to them … and all the good folk of Lonhra … next.

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