Featured: The Darkness Rising by Michael Wigington

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Review: A compelling tale, a coming of age fantasy in a land of magic and chaos. It doesn’t get much better than this.

All Tabitha Millhouse wanted was to lead a normal life.

After defeating Lord Eldwin Drake in his quest for the Bloodstone, she realizes her life will never be the same.

When she is accused of murdering her best friend her life is once again turned upside down. At the request of the king she travels to the land of her birth, and finds a kingdom in chaos.

Magic-born are persecuted and the city is besieged by creatures from legend. At the heart of it all, Tabitha discovers, is a man possessed by the very demon she had fought to keep from being loosed on the land.

The same man she believes murdered her friend.

In this exciting sequel to The Bloodstone Reckoning, Tabitha comes face to face with the harsh reality of life and death decisions.

Can Tabitha keep the land from falling into chaos and bring her friend’s killer to justice?

Michael Wigington

Meet Michael Wigington:

Unbeknownst to many around him, Michael, a native Texan, is an immortal who has sat at the Round Table with King Arthur and listened to the wisdom of Merlin.

His father, when Michael asked if he could help a halfling take a ring to Mordor, told him to go mow the yard instead.

Thankfully, he was allowed to go with Jason after the Golden Fleece and fought against a horde of skeleton warriors.

When he was sixteen he was tied to the mast of a ship with Ulysses and heard the sirens sing.

Once, he traveled to France with the Scarlet Pimpernel and helped him free nobles there.

Some fun facts: Michael lost his pet dragon, “Old Blue,” in a Gwent game against Zotlan the dwarf. He dated Grendel’s mom, (only one time) and swears he’s not the father.

After spending ten years in Azeroth, he decided it was time to move back to Texas.

These days he spends his time between Texas and the Corvarix Age kingdoms of Havenfurst, Finavoré, Kedgewich, and Fjolkgard.

Michael writes the tales of those lands until his lovely wife, Kara, says it’s time for dinner.

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