Here’s a sneak peak of Shadow and Thorn, book four of The Andari Chronicles:
Darkness was her world. Darkness and silence.
There was nothing and no one to break the silence, for she was alone, and when she was alone, she had neither ears nor voice.
So deep was the darkness, that she had begun to wonder if there had ever been anything else.
From time to time a whisper would find her from outside her formless cocoon, but the whispers could neither break her nor free her, so she slipped further and further into the void, further and further from memory and thought and caring.
At last, she slept, and she forgot that sleep was another word for danger. Even if she had remembered, the memory would have done her no good, for she fell ever deeper into oblivion—so deep that, had she been alive, she might have been said to be dying.
It was the light that woke her. Called to her. Read More