Thursday, January 28, 2016

Swords Of Darkness Is Free Today!


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UPDATE: While the "free for everyone" offer has expired, Swords of Darkness is still free to Kindle Unlimited subscribers!

Do you like free books? Have I got a deal for you!

Swords of Darkness is free today (January 28, 2016) for everybody!

For today only, you can get your fill of stories about swords and the adventures of their owners. And it just so happens that I have a story in this collection called The Sword of Hexworthy Manor. It's about a fourteen-year-old girl named Gwendolyn with a very active imagination. It's her impressive imagination—along with an heirloom sword—that leads her into an interesting, and sometimes humorous, adventure.

Get it today!



Swords of Darkness
    edited by L. C. Mortimer 


Cover image of Swords of Darkness, edited by L. C. Mortimer
Cover image:
Swords of Darkness

The Book:
A sword holds power.
A sword holds promise.
And a sword holds darkness.

L.C. Mortimer's editorial debut features tales of magic and darkness from authors who explore what it truly means to wield the power of a sword. From a courageous young lad who wants to honor his grandfather to an unlikely hero who will face anything to win the heart of the one he loves, these stories will lead you on adventures you won't be able to forget.

My Story - The Sword of Hexworthy Manor:
Gwendolyn is a young girl living with her grandfather and a housekeeper named Mildred in an old manor near Hexworthy, a village in the moors of Dartmoor. As the last direct descendant of the family, he presents her with a sword, the only family heirloom left of any value. With her imagination in overdrive, she goes to play in the old ruins on the estate and finds, quite by accident, the way to a world she never knew existed. But with passage now sealed, can she ever return home?

Available for Kindle on Amazon:
    US Kindle
    UK Kindle



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2 comments:

  1. Your story sounds like just the sort of thing I'd love to read on a quiet winter's day.

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    1. I'll make sure a copy finds its way to you...

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