Authors A.R. Silverberry and Raymond Bolton

I would like to give a shout-out to two talented authors

A.R. Silverberry & Raymond Bolton

Both are fantasy/sci-fi authors that I have come to know.
Take a look at their most recent projects.

I first meet these authors through social media. We were members of FSFNet together before it was closed. Now I follow them on Twitter and like them on Facebook. I would like to share a little about these two authors and their novels.

A.R. Silverberry

A. R. Silverberry writes fantasy adventures for children and adults. His novel, WYNDANO’S CLOAK, won multiple awards, including the Benjamin Franklin Awards gold medal for Juvenile/Young Adult Fiction. THE STREAM, his second novel, was honored as a Shelf Unbound Notable Book, and was shortlisted in ForeWord Review’s Book of the Year Awards. He lives in California, where the majestic coastline, trees, and mountains inspire his writing.

About Wyndano’s Cloak… Jen has settled into a peaceful life when a terrifying event awakens old fears—of being homeless and alone, of a danger horrible enough to destroy her family and shatter her world forever.

She is certain that Naryfel, a shadowy figure from her past, has returned and is concentrating the full force of her hate on Jen’s family. But how will she strike? A knife in the dark? An attack from her legions? Or with the dark arts and twisted creatures she commands with sinister cunning.

Wyndano’s Cloak may be Jen’s only hope. If she can only trust that she has what it takes to use it . . .

A tale of madness, friendship, and courage, Wyndano’s Cloak reveals the transformative power of love and forgiveness, and the terrible consequences of denying who you really are.

 Visit AR at his Amazon Author’s Page: https://www.amazon.com/A.-R.-Silverberry/e/B005D5I9LE/
Or his personal web at www.arsilverberry.com
He is also  on Twitter @arsilverberry

Raymond Bolton

Raymond Bolton lives near Portland, Oregon with his wife, Toni. He says his goal is to craft gripping stories about the human condition, whether they are set here or on another world. Raymond is appreciative of reviewers with  praise such as, “Eschewing the more commonly overt manifestations of alien technology and the well toted elements of fanciful magic, Bolton breathes originality into the genre with his singular focus on telepathy.”

Before there was a kingdom named Ydron, before its sixteen provinces were demarked and united under a process we would one day refer to as The Joining, there was a period historians would call The Great Conflict.

About Thought Gazer (2015)… Everyone who touches you transforms you, if only a little. But if you enter their minds, think what they have thought, in effect do what they have done, how complete will that transformation be?

If he had been born an ordinary man, his family would be safe–safe as anyone can be in a land torn apart by war. It is his singular gift, however, that causes his wife and children to be imprisoned and held hostage and him to be used as a tool. Caught up in a struggle between opposing warlords and refusing to play the game, Peniff elects to take the moral high road. This is the story of a man, in all other ways ordinary, rising above his fears to do what he must.

About Foretellers (2016)… In this world where young and old, rich or poor, are at the mercy of armed marauders and the armies of the powerful, a warlord’s wrath forces a mother and daughter to flee for their lives. Despite being prescient, they cannot foresee all that lies ahead. Quickly separated, their every effort centers around reunion and survival. Without losing sight of these goals, one of them foresees that, if she travels to the conflict’s center and lends support to one of the two major powers, she has the ability to influence the final outcome.

About Triad (2017)… Heroic battles are not always won by the mighty. There are times when even the least likely among us play decisive rolls. Less able physically than anyone he knows, but paranormally unique, Bardik is recruited by a pair of psychics in the hope that, by combining his talent with theirs, they can turn looming defeat into victory. In this, the concluding chapter to The Ydron Saga, a young man who has lost the use of his legs—someone whom earthly culture labels paraplegic—agrees to lend his telekinetic talents to the effort to bring down a tyrannical warlord.

These novels are available in an ebook box set and separately in print..

Visit Raymond’s Amazon author page at
https://www.amazon.com/Raymond-Bolton/e/B00HMY0B6U/

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