Updated (2013-10-01): For school age readers, I have added the Accelerated Reader level information about each of my books at the bottom of this page.
Even though HEIRS OF PROPHECY includes a lot of action and adventure, I did write this to be a somewhat unusual epic fantasy.
What makes it so unusual you ask?
It has all of the elements of the standard epic tale, but ensures a more wholesome and appreciable family dynamic that is often-times lost in today’s fiction.
Let’s be frank – the rule of thumb for most fiction today is that your young protagonist(s) must have a hectic home life. Assume they are either an orphan, have family issues of all varieties, or are otherwise stressed by their day-to-day situation.
The Prophecies series was written in opposition to such norms, and headline protagonists which are likable, fallible, but otherwise should be very relatable. Everyone knows a brother who is a pain in the butt who you would protect with your own life, or an over-protective mother, etc. I aim to prove that the action and strife need not come from the family, but through the situations and adventures they are put through.
I truly hope you all enjoy the saga that will be -
The Prophecies Series:
- Book 1 – Heirs of Prophecies (released April 3rd, 2012)
- Book 2 – Tools of Prophecies (released August 1st, 2012)
- Book 3 – Lords of Prophecies (released March 3rd, 2013)
- Book 0 – Princess Interrupted (A prequel released October 1st, 2013)
Heirs of Prophecy (Book #1):
ATOS Book Level: 5.6
AR Points: 15
Tools of Prophecy (Book #2):
ATOS Book Level: 6.0
AR Points: 14
Lords of Prophecy (Book #3):
ATOS Book Level: 6.4
AR Points: 17
Princess Interrupted (Prequel):
ATOS Book Level: 6.2
AR Points: 14