Keith W. Willis

“Stolen Knight” by Keith W. Willis

Keith W. Willis gleefully announces the publication of his fourth book in the Knights of Kilbourne saga, Stolen Knight.

Cover of "Stolen Knight" by Keith W. WillisStolen Knight is the continuation of Keith’s fantasy/romance series, featuring dashing knights, indomitable damsels, and a dragon with a most inconvenient case of hiccups. If P.G. Wodehouse and The Princess Bride had a love child, the result would be the Knights of Kilbourne. SFF World calls it “a witty and action-packed page-turner that takes the classic fantasy land and adds depth, character, romance and political intrigue to brilliant effect.” You’ll just call it a pure escapist pleasure.

You can order your copy now through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, and other e-book retailers.

Keith W. Willis graduated (long ago) with a degree in English Lit from Berry College, which has the distinction of being the world’s largest college campus. He now lives in the scenic Hudson Valley/Adirondack region of NY with his wife Patty. Keith is certain those rumbling noises attributed to Henry Hudson’s crew are really just the dragons grumbling. Keith and Patty have one grown son, Matt, who actually thinks it’s pretty cool that Dad wrote a book.

Keith’s interests include reading classic mysteries, fantasy, and sci-fi; camping and canoeing; and cutthroat games of Scrabble. He began writing seriously in 2008 when the voices in his head got too annoying to ignore. When he’s not making up stories he manages a group of database content editors at a global information technology firm.

Traitor Knight (Champagne Books, 2015) was his first published novel, and has won awards for both fantasy and romance. The Knights of Kilbourne series continues with Desperate Knight (Champagne Books, 2017), and Enchanted Knight (Champagne Books, 2020).

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