Angel of Fate Cover Reveal
Today, I’m excited to reveal the cover of “Angel of Fate,” the prequel short story to Fate of the Watchman!
In my debut novella, Fate of the Watchman, the world was introduced to Lester Sharp, a callous man who had wandered away from God and his guide, Draven, an enigmatic angel tasked with showing Lester the pain and suffering in the world.
We don’t learn much about Draven in that book, but there is far more to him than one might think. Where Fate of the Watchman freezes time to show us Lester Sharp, “Angel of Fate” takes us back in time to show us Draven and answer some of our pressing questions about him. There is also a new character who will appear in my upcoming novel, Fate of the Redeemed, which is scheduled for a fall release.
About the story
Hidden among the rooftops of a dark city, the archangel, Orac watches as a lone vehicle travels into the night. Armed with his fiery sword and orders to protect the driver of the vehicle at all costs, Orac takes flight. He seizes on the element of surprise to defeat the demon, Talnuc, but soon discovers that the demon is not alone.
When the archangel’s defenses are penetrated by the spirit of fear, he must rely on the help of a powerful watcher named Draven.
But, when an even greater and more sinister threat is revealed, drastic measures must be taken by Orac and Draven; and the remnant of the heavenly host must follow unprecedented orders for the sake of mankind’s future. As eternal forces collide, the journey of fate will begin.
What readers are saying
“What a fresh and exciting take on angels and demons. I'm hooked. Bring me Fate of the Redeemed!” - J. Reese Bradley
“It will engage you and have you wanting to investigate more of these issues in Fate of the Watchman and its sequel Fate of the Redeemed.” - Perspective by Peter
I fully expected to enjoy a good read, but have been deeply inspired and moved by this snapshot of the unseen realm and the reality of warfare. In a CS Lewis / Charles Sheldon fashion, Chad somehow manages to take a mystical idea and make it quite tangible, using plenty of suspense and great literary finesse.” - Jennifer K Woodard, Author
Okay, are you ready?
And here it is…
I love this cover by Oliviaprodesign! It captures one of the best moments from the story, which is so critical to the series. I gave Olivia the basic idea with typical confusing input from an author, and she came back with this. There was one slight change that I asked her to make from the first proof, but this is basically her first design. The feathers and the birds were all her creation. I love the typography she used for this, and the storm rolling in adds the element of suspense I wanted to convey. Let me know what you think in the comments.
Like everything else in this series, it has taken on a life of its own, all guided by the divine hand of the Lord. At times, I don’t feel like I’m writing the story; I feel like it’s writing me. I’m excited about where this is going, and I’m thrilled to share this next installment of the journey of Fate with you. If you’ve read Fate of the Watchman, this will take you further into the character of Draven. If you haven’t read Fate of the Watchman yet, this story is a perfect introduction to the series.
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Thank you for being part of this cover reveal, and I hope you’ll take the “Journey of Fate!”