DJ Edwardson - The Genre of Imagination -

Latest Release

Magic Comes in Many Colors

Old legends spring to life. Nightmares walk the land. But heroes may be found in the most unlikely of places. Can a father's love save a cursed child from a dark destiny?


Adventure on every page

Into the Vast

"The story draws you in and will not let go until the last page. Into the Vast is a tale of courage, hope and bravery. Daring escapades and adventures keep you engrossed, and I look forward to the next book in this series. A must-read!"

- Reader's Favorite

Awakening the Sentients favorite thing about this story is the gentle and inventive way that the author illustrates truth throughout the story.

- Author Jenelle Schmidt

Artificer's Apprentice

Concise, tight and well-imagined, the very language pulls the reader into comprehension all along the way. If you're looking for a highly crafted, imaginative, alien feeling world -- that somehow still feels familiar -- don't miss this fun read.

- Amazon Reviewer

Stories as big as the Universe

Recent Updates

World-building: Inrisward

Welcome to Inrisward, Land of Strife. Since the first novel in the Swordspeaker Saga takes place in Inris, this is the land that is the most developed so there is lots to talk about.

Dragons & Ravens Release by E.E. Rawls

My friend E.E. Rawls has a novella coming out as part of her highly rated Draev Guardians series. Check out the cover and book in for for Dragons & Ravens.

World-building: Map of the Northern Lands of Warding

Come visit the Northern Lands of Warding, the world of the Swordspeaker Saga.

Announcing the Swordspeaker Saga

I am thrilled to announce the title of my next fantasy series, The Swordspeaker Saga, an epic fantasy series so big it will take ten books to tell it all.

Epic Reads

Looking for ways to track your “epic reads”? Here’s a way to track your progress and, like the books on your shelves, it’s a great conversation piece as well.

Looking back: Year seven in the books

Looking back at year seven in the books, it was one of much sowing, but not reaping. It’s time to take a look at how things played out on the page and off.