What fantasy & sci-fi lovers are saying about Thread Slivers
:"This exciting book was incredibly hard to put down"
- Maria Messruther"I cannot wait for the next book! Pay attention, it'll surprise you."
- Scott Weekes"Really good book. That's it, nothing else to say. Buy it! You are going to like it!"
- RSG"An epic, as detailed as Asimov's Foundation Trilogy."
- Steve Stanyan"unique in its historical twists that just draw the reader in and create a beleiveable interesting world"
- Rachel"wondrously original concepts as well that are developed quite well, I especially liked Duke and how he was introduced to the story."
- Petteri Hannila, author of Fargoer
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Ticca is a newly-minted Dagger, a young honorable mercenary out to prove her worth in the big city. Her first job seems like a simple one, but it sets her on a path to a destiny bigger than she ever dreamed. The friends she makes along the way may have destinies of their own to fulfill: Lebuin a new Journeyman mage and a fastidious dandy, has just learned to his horror that his new rank involves actual journeying - and dirt! And Ticca is worried about Lebuin's humble servant, Ditani, as she is sure he is more than he seems and might be a spy for Lebuin's nemesis.
The three of them are swept into a series of deadly events. Fighting to stay ahead of their adversaries, they stumble into secrets that catapult them towards disaster that even the Gods are not prepared for.Get your copy today and read the whole story. You'll be glad you did.
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
I live in the Emerald City (Seattle, Washington) with my wonderful wife and seriously idea-inspiring kids. The first half of my life was "wasted" (as my mother said once) being an avid science-fiction/fantasy reader. Of course I had to earn money so I joined the US Navy and they trained me to be a computer scientist. Naturally the after "work" time was more important as I was busy with all my friends learning to be a table-top gamer. I always spun stories about the games just to add color. Everyone enjoyed it and said I should write some game expansion modules. (I did, but, only for friends.) After twenty years of thinking I should publish I finally got serious in 2012, pulling out all the notes and ideas I had stored, and set down to learn how to be a professional writer. I spent 4 to 8 hours almost every day reading on how to write, exploring the publishing world through articles and books. I liked the idea of being an "Indie Author" so I started chatting with more and more Indie authors developing some wonderful friendships. They encouraged me and in only a year of hard labor I had my first book and enough materials for dozens more ready. I learned that I get as much joy from writing my own books as I do from reading books by other authors. My goal is to eventually transition to full-time writing someday. But, for now there is the reality of a mortgage and looming college expenses, so I still work as a software engineer (which I like referring to as being a code janitor) for Expedia. In short, by day I help people take fabulous vacations, and at night I help people take even more fantastic trips of the imagination. This is kind of a cool way to live. Helping people have happier lives appeals to the Dagger in my soul. The symmetry of my work appeals to the Navy-trained computer scientist in me. If you like Fantasy and Science-Fiction feel free to drop me a note I'd love to hear from you. I am still an avid science-fiction/fantasy reader and enjoy finding new books and authors to talk about and friends to enjoy talking about such things. You can find my reading lists on Goodreads. Thank you for being interested enough to read all this. Stay Sharp! + Leeland