- Madrid, Ma, Spain
- member since February 15, 2012
Jessica’s last login was Monday, December 17, 2012.
Welcome to Good Reads, Jessica. We are glad you joined and want to encourage you to participate.
Last month we read 11/22/63 by Stephen King. We're still discussing 11/22/63 and reading Room by Emma Donoghue. I'll post the discussion thread for Room later this month. In the meantime, feel free to post to any of the book discussions, old or new. The books we have read are on our group shelf. If you rummage around a bit, you can find a discussion thread for each of them.
Hope you are well! Shelfar is a community for readers to connect with other readers and writers, to share and learn from each other.
As a writer it is important for me to create an environment and a journey that will entice a reader to eagerly step into that world and join the adventure. The challenge for a "new kid on the block" in the literary world, such as myself, is to find people that are willing to give their work a chance.
May I ask, "Have you ever been inspired by someone the world considered uninspiring? If so, then how about a wild ride through history, myth, legend and lore? You will learn secrets of Westminster Abbey and Stonehenge in a story inspired by an amazing real person."
That's right, a real person, the most unlikely fellow to ever conceive in such an adventure. I would like very much for you to get to know this fine young man and why he had such a profound influence in my life.
My name is Otis Farmer, and I would like to invite you to take an exciting and enlightening journey in my new book, Merlyn And The Mortal's Curse, a fantasy novel where Merlyn is forced to travel to the present in order to save mankind. He must take a reluctant, modern lad back to pre-Camelot, where their action packed adventures take them around the world, through time and a dimensions. If the Shelfari link below is not active, then please copy and paste the link into your browser:
Below is a link to the book in the Kindle Bookstore so you can preview the story and read the Dedication to the person that inspired me. Once you are on the page, click on the "Click to Look Inside tab over the cover art and you will be able to read the Dedication and thirty or so pages free:
Thank you for your valuable time and consideration! I hope you will join Merlyn and Lance, and that you will enjoy your adventure with them.