Check out my first YA Fantasy book: A Door into Evermoor!

Have a gander at my first venture into YA fantasy!  It’s got Witches and Wolven, magic revolvers, a half-Elf Princess, and the last Wayfarer!  All that and more in A Door into Evermoor!

Check it out here: A Door into Evermoor.

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6 thoughts on “Check out my first YA Fantasy book: A Door into Evermoor!

    • Hey thank you so much Matthew!

      My views came to me after over a decade of meditation, reading philosophy, and generally trying to figure things out, along with a couple of life-changing experiences with psychedelics. Mainly, though, I wanted to capture some fun and joy in that book, specifically the rush I felt when reading Ultimate Spider-Man back in the early ’00s.

      Glad you’re enjoying it! I’m a small-time author, and as such, being able to entertain is my primary goal, so it motivates and inspires me to hear your feedback!

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      • Can’t believe how slow I read! LOL! But, I just wanted to give you heads up I finished A Door Into Evermoor and loved it. I wrote a review and posted on my site hope that’s ok! Let me know if not. I’m new to all of this!! But, a friend of mine who is a successful writer is constantly telling me I can’t become a better writer in a vacuum and need to try to immerse myself in content from other authors in my genre. Compliments again! I too hope to weave some of my own spiritual and philosophical learning someday in my stories. Thanks for inspiring. Looking forward to reading more of your stuff.

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      • More than okay, I’m flattered and honored! I’m glad you enjoyed it, and I wish you the best on your writing. The spiritual and philosophical stuff kind of comes naturally, I think, as the hero’s journey is closely related to many religious figures who take on adversity, struggle, prevail, then spread the fruits of their victory to the greater populace.

        Sometimes, though, you gotta throw stuff in that has no real meaning aside from being cool, lol! That’s part of the fun of writing!

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    • Awesome! It’s hard for me not to write about that stuff, lol! I gotta frame things in a way that seems fair and positive (in the existential sense, anyway) otherwise I feel like I’m dooming my characters to the typical hero’s journey where they suffer horrendously to eke out a bit of enjoyment in the end.

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