Being sixteen can be hell, and life at Liberty High isn’t doing Sarah Daniels any favors. Bullies, boys, an abusive mother, and now this: an old journal left to Sarah in her aunt’s will. With each passing entry, she grows closer to transforming the skeletons in her mom’s closet into proven facts. Everyone has a story. For Sarah, one boy’s journey across Great Depression America will set her free.
A short story prequel to the upcoming release of the full-length novel Shaygan.
In this story, a young mage must journey to a hidden temple to spar for his next level of mastery.
That’s me right there. No, not there. I’m over there at the end of the sentence. You see? That is my whole problem. I’m just that little spec at the end of a line that everyone brushes past. Sure, on occasion I might get decorated if someone is extremely excited, or if they have a question. Beyond that, I’m nothing more than a plain old dot.
Well, I’m tired of just being a dot. I want to get out and be something more! It’s time that I went out in search of a higher purpose in life. So, if you don’t see me at the end of this sentence, you’ll at least know where I’ve gone
As the nation heals from the deep wounds of a bloody Civil War, McLean ventures into the underbelly of the Western frontier. Here Rhone must confront his worst fear if he is to lower the veil and cross the fog in to the macabre world where Clara is imprisoned.
The Forces of Creation and Destruction position their pieces as their eternal conflict nears its boiling point. With the help of the Pegasus, Bellerophon, Rhone attempts to liberate the seven Towers of Light from the Baron and his legions of the damned and restore balance to Everdark. He will soon learn that the path to Clara passes through the Stones of Power and the collapse of the Dark Territories. Rhone must endure more than Hell if he ever wants to see his wife again.