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Dawn of Wonder

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Winner, 2015 LYRA Award

Winner, 2015 CIPA EVVY Award

Winner, 2016 Readers' Favourite Award

Winner, 2015 Beverly Hills Book Award

Winner, 2016 Audible Best Fantasy Audiobook

Runner-up, 2016 IPPY Awards, and Great Midwest Book Festival

Amazon #1 Best Seller in Epic Fantasy, Historical Fantasy and Coming of Age

Audible #1 Best Seller in Epic Fantasy

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"This is one of the best novels I've read all year. Readers will know what it's like to be transported to a magical, compelling world within a book."

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From the Author

Have you ever wished you could capture a moment, but not just the moment, the feeling that made the moment what it was?

Dawn of Wonder was written to be an epic adventure and a far-reaching tale of mystery and love, but I wanted it to be more than that, I wanted to capture something I couldn't quite define.

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As with anyone who writes a series, I receive quite a few questions about progress which I try to answer as best I can, but I thought it would be helpful to post something with a bit more detail. The biggest question I would want answered if I were on the reader’s side would be,Read the full article

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Sometimes you read things in novels that you know are just impossible, especially when you have some experience in that field. Running into something like that can make it a lot more difficult to lose yourself in the story. After completing the chapter on Torval’s bow (the bow made in a day with only aRead the full article

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Adventure and comfort are not synonyms. I doubt they’re even friends. With exceptions like tropical Goa and luxurious Bollywood, comfort is not what people envision when they think of India, but this is a country that certainly can be an adventure. Recently I had the privilege of spending a month here, and there were manyRead the full article

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“Full contact,” the instructor says. My gloves and pads are on, my opponent is a black belt, and the wall is lined with watching students – his friends, not mine. I’m the only foreigner here, and as I look around, that knowledge hits me with renewed force. I suddenly wish I hadn’t trained quite soRead the full article

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