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A hero is measured by the size of his heart

A chance meeting with a simple tailor may hold the key to breaking a centuries old curse. Roderick has no sword, armor, or riches. But what he does have is a heart moved by compassion for a hunted boy.


Adventure on every page

Into the Vast

"The story draws you in and will not let go until the last page. Into the Vast is a tale of courage, hope and bravery. Daring escapades and adventures keep you engrossed, and I look forward to the next book in this series. A must-read!"

- Reader's Favorite

Awakening the Sentients favorite thing about this story is the gentle and inventive way that the author illustrates truth throughout the story.

- Author Jenelle Schmidt

Artificer's Apprentice

Concise, tight and well-imagined, the very language pulls the reader into comprehension all along the way. If you're looking for a highly crafted, imaginative, alien feeling world -- that somehow still feels familiar -- don't miss this fun read.

- Amazon Reviewer

Stories as big as the Universe

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