A young girl is all that stands between elemental forces trying to destroy her world.
Sent on a mysterious quest by her poisoned father, she is left to face the threat alone!
Will she find the answers she seeks?
Will they help her stop their enemies?
Will she find a cure for her father?
Find out in The Division: The World Between Worlds!
Book 1 – Ember’s Quest
Targeted Age Group:: 13+
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I originally started writing this as a surprise for my kids to accompany a Christmas present but before I knew it, it turned into a 10-year project of epic proportions!
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
The characters in The Division: Ember's Quest came to me from all over the place. Some were loosely based on kids, others came from dreams and some were just made up on the spot, inspired by things around me. One of the villains, Phats, was fully realized in a dream and has been very cool to see him come to life!
“Run!" shouted the boy in the cage, staring at the approaching soldiers. "It's too late." His face sagged, and he slumped to the floor of his prison.
Ember watched as the three guards drew nearer. At least it isn't all six of them, she thought as she took a deep breath. The one to her left was closest; she spun to confront him, pulling the amulet from her pocket and holding it out in his direction.
The Illyarri stopped, looking at her with his head tilted.
"Eckar." Her voice rang out strong.
The guard stepped back, watching, waiting. He smiled when nothing happened, and took another step forward.
Ember stared at the amulet, her eyes wide. Frantic, she thrust it in front of her. "Eckar!" Still nothing.
"Click, click." The Illyarri soldiers chattered amongst themselves, then the one she held the amulet towards spoke to her. "Your stolen magicks fail you."
Why aren't you working? She blinked at it in disbelief. It was cool in her hand, not hot like before. Realizing it was not going to save her this time, she stuffed it into her pocket and grabbed for her dagger. She looked from soldier to soldier as they drew near. There was no escape.
Exhaling, she held the dagger to her breast, blade pointing outward, prepared to strike at whoever came closest. The air grew colder with each step they took toward her.
Links to Purchase eBooks – Click links for book samples and reviews
Buy The Division: Ember’s Quest On Amazon
All information was provided by the author and not edited by us. This is so you get to know the author better.