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Adrienne Frailey


“New Eyes” – The Harken-Inspired Song

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Because I’m addicted to the Internet, I keep up with all of your HARKEN posts on Twitter, Tumblr, Youtube, Facebook… Instagram… everywhere else. Some of your creations are so special that I have to share!


My favorite new thing is Adrienne Frailey’s HARKEN-inspired song NEW EYES. It’s thrilling to see an artist read something I created and be inspired to create something new. You can get NEW EYES on iTunes or hear a preview in my new vlog:

Adrienne didn’t stop at NEW EYES! If you visit her website, you can listen to an entire soundtrack she created for the book.

Something special is on the way for February¬†– you’ll hear about it first if you’re on the HARKEN email list. I’m so excited to share it with you soon!


“Dying Breath” by Adrienne Frailey, Inspired by Bran Hambric: The Farfield Curse!

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This is one of the most amazing things that a BranFan has made for my books. “Dying Breath” is a new song by Adrienne Frailey, which was inspired by my book Bran Hambric: The Farfield Curse. Adrienne has made some songs for Bran Hambric before, but this time she’s gone totally pro with a real studio and seven new and original songs.

It sounds like something that might be on a Bran Hambric movie soundtrack. Adrienne continues to amaze me with her talent and the stuff she creates. She writes about “Dying Breath”…

This is a song inspired by the end of the prologue of “Bran Hambric: The Farfield Curse” by Kaleb Nation, during the part where Emry has to quickly decide how to save Bran, who is at the time six-years-old. I imagined that if she’d had any time at all to sing a lullaby to her sleeping son, knowing she wouldn’t be returning to him, this is what she might sing.

Adrienne is even letting BranFans download the song for free AT THIS LINK.

There are seven more songs like this that were inspired by my book on her Youtube channel, so be sure to listen to the others! I have a clip in my video above, but to hear the full thing, watch her video: