All About: Chewy Noh and the March of Death
Why the title?
With this title, I wanted to keep to the theme of seasons as the first book represents fall, and the second one, winter. However, the events in this book happen in such a short time frame, I wanted to at least mention the time of year it was: March. On top of this, I wanted the word to have a second meaning, that being the constant moving forward of something–in this case, Death–as Yeomra, the death god, is now actively pursuing Chewy. In the story’s prologue, we see Death state his plan to undo Chewy, and the rest of the book is putting it into action, or, thus, marching forward.