We at GBM, loves when a unique author comes by and let us know about their awesome work!
This week, we have Scott Hungerford!
NEW RELEASE THIS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH!
The Bitching Tree
An Urban Fantasy novel about a very small crow!
Set in the modern-day world of the Corax Chronicles, The Bitching Tree is a story about a very small crow named Cobb. A crow that loves to fly, he lives in Seattle as a member of the great flock that congregates around the majestic Bitching Tree. Serving both as a site of governance and a place to cast grievances, the tree is the center of Seattle crow society – and also a potent source of nature’s primal magic.
But when news arrives that an ancient enemy named the Red Crow is coming to claim the tree for his own, Cobb is given the task of journeying all the way from Seattle to Cordova, Alaska, in order to meet his new mentor and undergo the training he will need to both protect his flock and keep the Bitching Tree from falling into the hands of evil.
But the quest will require Cobb to maintain a delicate balance between the crow he is – and the hero he needs to become.
Hello, there! My name is Scott Hungerford, and I’ve worked as a professional game designer and storyteller over the last twenty and plus years of my career.
While by day I currently work as a virtual reality game designer on game applications for medical therapy and training, by night I’m an urban fantasy novelist, an improvisational piano player, and a board and card game designer who just likes to build neat stuff for other folks to enjoy.
Beyond writing tons of short stories, novellas, novels, and all manner of game-related stuff, I’ve worked as a professional game designer and storyteller for the twenty-five and plus years.
I’ve worked in the game industry, even running story for brands like Magic: the Gathering and Mage Knight. Through the course of my career I’ve worked on more than thirty published computer game titles, written for more than fifty board, card, RPG products, and have touched the lives of more than ten million people with my creativity!
While I’ve been publishing books since the year 2013, the first few fantasy novels I launched on Amazon are pulled down for the moment, as I want to do some rewrites and let my new book editor take a crack at them.
But back in the day The Fire Cage landed #1 in Amazon’s YA Steampunk category, Goblin Girl landed #3 in Amazon’s YA Fairy Tales, and Wish landed in Amazon’s Top 20 Sword and Sorcery.
With the recent success of Crossroads in August 2018, hitting #2 on Amazon’s Urban Fantasy lists, I’m really looking forward to seeing how my current series is going to play out over the next twelve months!S
Stalk Scott Like A Boss!
NOTE: I accept invites to my author page all the time – but know because of Facebook’s policy, I don’t mix my personal page and my business page at all. So, if you want to see information about my books, sign up on my author page, as I rarely post anything about the books on my personal page to make sure Facebook doesn’t get cranky with me!
Also, if you want to know a little more about who I am professionally, or read the occasional essays I post, you can also check out my full presence on LinkedIn.