It’s been fun covering Gate of Myth and Power, and again I am so grateful for all the support and love you Champions have shown Chloe and her new kingdom, but as we officially wind down the Magiford themed content, it’s time to address what everyone is wondering: What’s coming next in Magiford??
The next trilogy (which will launch December 2023) is about a character we’ve already met, Jade! She is a vampire slayer who was hired during the events of Queen’s Crown (that’s the third book of Leila’s series, Court of Midnight and Deception) to join the Curia Cloister’s task force.
Jade’s series takes place at the same year as Pip’s series, Pack of Dawn and Destiny, so we’ll be traveling back in time. (This also, notably, means her series takes place before Pat joins the task force.)
While we have not directly met Jade’s love interest, he has a history with some of the characters you know and love, and he also happens to be a vampire. (Yeeeeees, a vampire slayer and a vampire, the FUN we’re going to have, Champions! Buwahah!)
Due to the events that happen during this unnamed series, you’ll get to see Hazel and Killian, and more of the Drake vampires and Medeis wizards! So for those of you who were excited to see Josh in King’s Queen, the fun has only just started!
The last notable thing about Jade’s story is that it has nothing to do with the Paragon’s quest to find the missing elf princess. Jade’s series is a spin off series, and is more focused on Magiford as a city, but you’ll still see some of the major themes I’ve placed in all my Magiford books, and it’s going to have the same happy ending with humor and action guaranteed!
Quite a few of you picked up on Shiloh’s importance, and yes, she will be getting her own trilogy–which will finish out the Paragon’s Quest. At this time we don’t have any planned year for when Shiloh’s series will launch.
So that’s it for Magiford–for now, anyway! Thank you again, Champions, for your enthusiasm for Chloe’s series. I knew it was a bit of an odd premise for a story, so thank you for trusting me and giving this oddball Hades and Persephone a try.
Until next time, thanks for reading!