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A Sea of Eternal Woe by R.L. Davennor

Paper Myths Media is POSITIVELY THRILLED to be hosting the COVER REVEAL for A SEA OF ETERNAL WOE by R.L. DAVENNOR! This is the second book in The Curses of Never series. A captain who had it all, secrets that need unearthing, and a mission that could cost the crew of The Jolly Serpent their very souls. Are you ready to walk the plank?

๐‘ซ๐’Š๐’—๐’†๐’“๐’”๐’Š๐’•๐’š ๐‘ต๐’๐’•๐’†: A Sea of Eternal Woe features a diverse cast of LGBTQ+ characters written by a queer author.

A Sea of Eternal Woe is releasing on August 30th, 2022.

The Cover Reveal for A Sea of Eternal Woe IS HAPPENING ON JULY 8th!

ARCs for A SEA OF ETERNAL WOE will be available closer to the release date for those who participate in the cover reveal.

Keep reading for all the details on the book!

PRIMARY GENRE: High Fantasy - Set in a completely different world, think Lord of the Rings, The Witcher, the Merry Gentry series by Laurell K. Hamilton, and G.A. Aikenโ€™s Dragon Kin series.

* The author warns that this book is dark.

HEAT LEVEL: HEAT LEVEL: Fan Yourself Steamy - Generally 1-3 detailed sex scenes, some coarse language - think A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire, The Black Dagger Brotherhood, and Karen Marie Moning.

TRIGGERS: Please see below at the bottom of this page for detailed explanations of each trigger. Physical assault, depictions of mental illness including depression, anxiety, and general trauma, characters with phobias, including a knife phobia and claustrophobia, gender dysphoria, body dysmorphia, and instances of transphobia, including misgendering.


As Captain Wendy Maynard...

I have everything I ever dared dream of. A ship all my own. Friends by my side. A purposeโ€”and a home.

I should have known it would all go to shit.

Three days of storms have left The Jolly Serpent battered and broken, and my crew no longer trusts me to pick up the pieces. Just when it looks like Peter and I are about to be thrown overboard, the unlikeliest of saviors shows up...

My father.

I didn't plan on seeing Captain Hook again so soon, but he needs me, and I need him. The sea witch Ursa is hiding far more than secrets, and if the rumors are to be believed, her realm makes the horrors of Neverland look warm and fuzzy in comparison. Failure simply isn't an option. If we don't retrieve what we've lost, it's not our lives Ursa wants.

It's our very souls.

The adventures of A Land of Never After continue in its thrilling sequel A Sea of Eternal Woe, where Sinbad meets the Little Mermaid. Like its predecessor, this dark fantasy reimagining is filled to the brim with monsters, curses, and pirates, and contains language, violence, depictions of gender dysphoria, and mentions of suicide.

-This book is a dark adult romance. As such there is graphic language, violence and sexual content. There is physical assault, but not rape.

-Mental illness/Depression/Anxiety/General Trauma: There are depictions of PTSD, panic attacks/disorders, and general depressive thoughts/lines spoke to other characters. There are no depictions/mentions of self harm, and no suicide scenes in this book (however, book 1 does have a scene that could be considered a suicide scene). There are lines that imply suicidal tendancies/thoughts, but nothing explicit or graphic.

-Phobias are used against characters within the book, intended to make them panic.

-Gender dysphoria, body dysmorphia: Peter Pan is a trans boy currently going through puberty in this novel he is unfortunately dealing with gender dysphoria and body dysmorphia throughout most of the book. It's not mentioned in every single chapter or scene he's in and doesn't always go into great detail, but when he's in a vulnerable state or upset, that's generally what he's upset about, so there are a number of conversations and scenes reflecting this.

-Instances of transphobia, including misgendering: This is not prevalent through the whole book, but there is a scene where a character is outed to a group of strangers.


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