Behold! Breach of Peace is coming

by | Mar 14, 2021 | Indie World, News

Breach of Peace

If you didn’t know already, there’s an upcoming fantasy novel that’s dominating the publishing scene. It skyrocketed to the top of Amazon charts a few days of announcing the preorders availably. That novel is Breach of Peace by Book-Tube’s king of Reviewers Daniel B. Greene.

Greene’s debut novel has been highly anticipated by his audience. It’s the first of a planned trilogy of novellas that should lead to the main series—According to the author.

Blurb From the Author

When an imperial family is found butchered, Officers of God are called to investigate. Evidence points to a rebel group trying to stab fear into the very heart of the empire. Inspector Khlid begins a harrowing hunt for those responsible, but when a larger conspiracy comes to light, she struggles to trust even the officers around her.

Here at Book Loot, we are not just excited for Daniel—Just look at how happy he was in this video. It’s heart melting—but also, for what his novel represents to the world of self-publishing.

Greene has shown us the power of Book Tube, and how far the impact of building an audience long before you even start writing can be on an author’s career. This release is a case that we recommend new writers to study and take note of.

Another subject the novella brought forth is how it opened the door to a conversation that a lot of young authors are afraid to have because of today’s Cancel culture, and that is Authorial intent. We highly recommend you watch his video on the matter and take part in the conversation.

Authorial intent is a subject that authors have been discussing between themselves for years. It’s about whether authors should only write about what they believe in or do they have the freedom to explore beyond their knowledge.

Book Loot is pro creativity, but the conversation is not for us to have. We are simply happy that Daniel brought the matter to light and reflected what we saw many authors talk about.

We are happy for Daniel’s debut novel and wish him all the best with his launch.

If you didn’t order your copy of Breach of Peace yet, you can do so here.