WARRIOR is out in the Wild

WARRIOR OF THE WILD has been out for one full week! I’m so excited to introduce you to Rasmira, Iric, and Soren. (I like to think of them as my very own Harry Potter trio.) Here is a description of the book:

As her father’s chosen heir, eighteen-year-old Rasmira has trained her whole life to become a warrior and lead her village. But when her coming-of-age trial is sabotaged and she fails the test, her father banishes her to the monster-filled wilderness with an impossible quest: To win back her honor, she must kill the oppressive god who claims tribute from the villages each year or die trying. ​

Rasmira is my point of view character, and she is the Hufflepuff to Alosa’s Slytherin. Being a Slytherpuff myself, it felt only natural to draw on the other side of my personality to create this character. Rasmira shares many qualities with her predecessor. Both girls are fierce with a weapon, a loyal friend to have, and sarcastic to a fault.

Though it is my third published book, WARRIOR OF THE WILD is the sixth book I have written from start to finish. Four of those prior five books all had something in common: sword fights. Now don’t get me wrong, I love a good sword fight, but I grew tired of writing fight scenes with the sword, and I decided that for this book I would like to do something different.

That’s when Gimli popped into my head, swearing his allegiance to the fellowship of the ring. “And my ax!”

And suddenly I knew what I wanted to do differently. I wanted to write a battle-ax story so that all the fight scenes would feel a little different as I was writing them.

But in order for things to make sense, I needed to figure out why a society would choose to use battle axes. They’re heavier, harder to swing, and harder to aim than swords. There needed to be a reason why these weapons would be the primary method for killing.

So I came up with a world where everything is more hardened than our own. The animals have tough exoskeletons, the fruits all have tough husks, the vegetables have thick skins, the monsters are massive and relentless. I created a world where the only way to survive is with an ax.

On top of the axes, I took a few other small elements from Viking culture (such as names and the idea of a warrior-based society), but for the most part, the world, scenery, religion, society, structures, etc. are all of my own creation.

This book is a standalone fantasy, so you can read and finish the story without having to wait for any sequels. Next year, I have another standalone fantasy releasing, but more on that later!

I hope you will enjoy this world of monsters, gods, betrayal, friendship, and hope! WARRIOR OF THE WILD is available wherever books are sold. You can find buy links here.

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WARRIOR OF THE WILD Preorder Incentives

If you’re a US resident, click here to redeem all the items above!

If you’re international, send an email to TriciaLevenseller@gmail.com with your proof of purchase and full address (spaced exactly like it needs to go on the envelope), and I will send you the items myself!

If you’re looking to preorder a special edition of the book (with a full color poster map on the reverse side of the dust jacket), you can do that here. But be sure to order soon because most of the special edition books are sold out!

Feel free to email me at the address given above with any questions! Thanks so much for your support!

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Book Trailer and New Events

Have you seen the book trailer for WARRIOR OF THE WILD? I might be biased, but I think it’s the most epic thing ever!

And then I’ve added more stops to my Events page! I’m heading out on the Monsters & Sirens tour this March, this time with author Alexandra Christo, who wrote TO KILL A KINGDOM, which I loved!

Hope to see you at an event this year! If not, you can get a signed bookplate for your WARRIOR OF THE WILD book when preorder incentives go live later this month! Stay tuned!

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2019 Events and Giveaway

I have lots of appearances in 2019 that have already been announced, along with many more to come! The closest are my launch party for WARRIOR OF THE WILD and the Rebel Warriors Tour! See the details below, and head on over to my events page for more details!

As for the giveaway, head on over to to enter! My publisher is giving away 50 ARCs! So exciting!

Hope to see you on tour, and keep an eye out for my next announcement of places I’ll be going in 2019!

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2019 Tour and Life Updates

I’m super excited to share that I will be going on tour again next year, this time to promote the release of my newest book, WARRIOR OF THE WILD.

We will be announcing tour stops later this year, so stay tuned!

In other news, we’re less than five months out from the release of WOTW. This year has been so fast for me. I went to a lot of fun places (see the Events page for specifics) and met a lot of fun people. I can’t wait to do it all again (and more!) next year. My launch party will be on February 26th at the Provo City Library, so be sure to mark your calendars if you’re local!

In the meantime, I’m working on my 2020 novel, which I’ve almost finished drafting. I can’t wait until I’m allowed to talk about it!

This year, I read my first graphic novel (Check, Please), and I’ve decided the medium is fantastic, and I can’t believe I’ve been missing out. My favorites so far have probably been Saga and Rat Queens. No matter what medium, whether book or movie, my tastes always tend to gravitate toward sci-fi/fantasy.

Other highlights of the year have been going to the Oregon coast with my family, moving to a bigger apartment, where I actually get to have an office to work in, and redesigning my website!




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