5 Days Only / THE ETERNALS

Free on Amazon Kindle (June 5th – 9th)

A Dark Fantasy Extravaganza!

The good folk at Creativia Publishing have made The Eternals Kindle edition free through June 5th – 9th.

If you like a good Dark Fantasy story with rave reviews, a splash of Gothic and a hint of Dystopia please indulge yourselves whilst it costs you nothing to try. I hope you love The Eternals and its brooding protagonist Jean, the last of the Eternals.


The Eternals, neither human nor vampire, are the last inhabitants of a dying Earth. In the face of a slowly perishing sun, some have accepted their fate while others are ready to fight for their future. It is to this ultimatum that Jean, the last Eternal lord, is born.

Jean’s life changes drastically after his bite takes the life of Princess Chantelle of The New Europa Alliance. Suddenly, he’s a man on the run, falling in love and rediscovering his humanity.

With the sun’s clock ticking, Jean stumbles from manipulated mishap into age-old conspiracies and beyond, as he tries to reconcile his sordid past.


Thank you for reading


Richard M. Ankers

Author of The Eternals Series

The Eternals

Also Available in The Eternals Series

Hunter Hunted Book 2 in the series.

Into Eternity (Very Soon!) Book 3 the final instalment in the series.


New Covers!

I just thought I’d share this rather snazztastic (that’s my own word, but you can use it if you want) New Cover that I’ve just approved. The Eternals now has new typesetting to match Hunter Hunted and I’m very pleased with it if I don’t say so myself. Which I do.


And here is the matching pair


I hope you like them. It looks like book 3 will have a lot to live up to.

Now I can’t wait for The Eternals cover to go live.

Thank you for reading


Richard M. Ankers author of The Eternals Series

Purchase Links

The Eternals

Hunter Hunted

Paperback to folow soon

From Such Things Are Eternities Made.

Death didn’t hurt. Like a satin sheet drawn over tired eyes, I slipped from alive to not. That should’ve been the end of it. Should have.
When that same satin drew back everything had changed. The world I’d known was gone, the light different more diffuse, the seas stalled, the air thinner. I paced the landscape of sand and stone without print or pain, hoping to find someone else, anyone else. I found you.
You came from the ocean like a dream from sleep, a slow revealing that tempted to fade. But I didn’t want it to fade and clung to your vision of loveliness with all that I had and all that I was. You smiled. I almost died again.
That beach at the end of everything was ours and ours alone. I would make it my business to know every grain of sand, every crease in creation, every glistening atom of you. It was going to take a while, but we had a while. From such things are eternities made.