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Here is where I will be posting updates about my Demon War Series!

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I would like to announce that my manuscript ‘Demon Wars #1 Stones of Power’ has been picked up by the wonderful people at Satalyte Publishing. This is such an exciting moment for me as I have been working very hard to make my dream a reality,

Look out in 2016 for book 1 of my fantasy series.

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Demons, they were a myth; aren’t they? That is what Taliesin always thought, until the day one killed her parents. In the country of Kalitha, a Magi sparks off a chain of events that frees the First Lord of the Demons, held in captivity from the Demon War, 1000 years ago.

Oein, in Armanion is celebrating the end of the Trade War and whilst waiting for her father and brothers to come home, deserters from the Armanion army who have become bandits attack her village and violate her. She then starts to find her own destiny; one that combines with Taliesin.

Two women on the run, both in separate countries – yet bound to find each other. Oein trains to become Sword Master and The First Lord hunts Taliesin because she is one of most powerful Summoners there is and she can bring through the destruction of her world – for she can not only Summon Elementals but Demons as well.  

Felior, Taliesin’s uncle takes her undercover in Kalitha, only one step ahead of the First Lord. They are searching for another myth, the Stones of Power, as the means to destroy the First Lord has been lost. It is a race to restore the Magi’s lost knowledge, which leads to the question – how can so many memories and histories be forgotten in so little time?

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UPDATED 01/01/2015

When I had my novel up on Authonomy here is what some people said about it.

Andrew Burans  wrote:

Your vivid imagination coupled with your highly descriptive writing style makes your finely crafted fantasy a pleasure to read. Your work is well paced and well written. Your use of imagery is excellent and the dialogue is tight. Backed with pleasure.

kristinnb wrote:

My kind of book! You’ve created an intriguing new world that us readers want to dive right into. Oein is a great character and one that we will follow to the end, hoping she can overcome her past and grow. Very well written, with lots of creativity. Backed with pleasure.

Famlavan wrote:

The opening set up the book so well and then in to the second and it all starts!!!
I think the style of writing for this is superb and complaints the book so much.
I think you move the story along at a great pace that keep this reader engaged. – Good luck

Paige Pendleton wrote:

Very imaginative. I enjoyed this. Great premise, atmosphere, details. Yes, a bit of editing – it’s what we do. Happy to back, though – I think you will have a great tale that will be a serious asset to the genre and appeal to a wide target audience.

missyfleming_22  wrote:

An amazing fantasy, set in a believable world! I think you’ve done a wonderful job with this, it’s exciting, there are some great characters, and it make the reader want to keep going! I read the whole thing and liked it. Sure there are some editing issues but I’ll leave those to someone more qualified! I like to tuck in and just enjoy. You’ve got a wonderful imagination!

A Knight wrote:

Wow, what a pitch. It sucked me straight into the story, and I have to say I was pleased with what I found. This is an excellent premise, and you characters are strong and well constructed. There was the occasional grammatical error, but they were eclipsed by the fast-paced plot.

Wonderful!