As many of you who read our Mirror Gate Chronicles (MGC) series know, time and space travel happen quite a bit throughout our stories. Interspersed with that are dragons, elves, dwarfs, and even aliens. Our new book, Atrell, is no different.
We are happy to tell you, we are releasing Atrell May 1, on Amazon as a paperback and on Kindle, as well.
Here is some description of what you can expect: Atrell leaves the World Rednog due to the cataclysmic events occurring there, and starts out on adventures of his own. He seeks to find reasons for the destruction of his own homeworld, and to search for any survivors who escaped that disaster. On a planet secondary to his first plans, he realizes they are in need of his unique skills, and joins a coalition to put the rightful heir on the throne. The action and intrigue don’t stopped, and you won’t stop reading until the end.
This is part of the Mirror Gate Chronicles history, however, it stands uniquely alone because except for Atrell, none of the other MGC characters appear in the body of the main story.
We can barely contain ourselves as we prepare to release this book. It took us through the 2020 plague, as TJ wrote, and he and Elizabeth rewrote, edited, and reedited. Now finally, a book is born.
Atrell will feature at the Payson Book Festival, July 17, along with TJ’s previous books, and Elizabeth’s short companion series, Memories of War, And Freedom to the Prisoners, and My Soul Awaits.
In the meantime, Elizabeth is reediting some past stories from the original Mirror Gate Chronicles, and she is writing a Christian romance novel, and working on the biographical-historical fiction story about her grandmother, Miriam Baalbeki who immigrated from Lebanon in the 1800’s. This book is a labor of love for Elizabeth and her family. Called Miriam’s Story, the biographical information will be true, the history will be true, but some of the events are fictionalized because the story needs artistic license to read well.
Please stay tuned to this website for more news regarding the stories and the writers. Both of them are frighteningly well this year, and they are praising God for that!
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