A Fantasy Novel of Enduring Inspiration

Happy Friday! First let me say thank you to everyone who liked and shared my post. I can not thank you enough. All day I kept getting notifications that someone else found my website or liked my Facebook post and that just energized me. So, now that I have your attention I should tell you what The Edge of Snow and Dust is about. See the novel’s blurb below and tell me what you think. Next week I will tell you what motivated me to tell this story.  Take care!

The world is . . . barely alive. Expanses of wastelands surround tiny beacons of civilization where life struggles to survive. Towns in the Periphery, where the young Anila lives, sacrifice freedom for the slightest aid. People like Garekk, a soldier facing not men but deadly creatures, live under the iron grip of the three last remaining kingdoms. Their people desperately try to prove their worth or risk finding themselves outside their protection. Dyeslyn, a nomad searching for a connection to the past, is vigilant of marauders lurking in the dead spaces in between these pockets of life. But most of this is moot when it is luck that a Wave of vicious creatures from the Fatal Sea of Endless Green has not engulf them, and even then, luck at some point runs out.

This is the life they have known and yet in this struggle there is still hope. Hope found in the soul’s capacity for defiance. Hope in knowing the old folktales of bold men and women standing for something bigger than them, are not stories of ancient times but are witnessed events against the abundance of threats.

However those inspiring this hope must endure the burden of keeping the tiny beacons of life shining. When the brutal Fatal Sea of Endless Green’s sudden aggression risks breaching the Periphery’s defenses and the surviving kingdoms rush to prepare for threats just as deadly but hidden from view, a small group of men and women use what might and magic they can muster to shine bright among the darkness.

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