Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Chasing History: The Sword's Journey

Released 5/10/11 The Sword's Journey is the first of at least a 3 series set called Chasing History


Josh, Digger and Meri were rudely ported out of their time and far into the future by the Wizard.  King Arthur’s sword, Excalibur, is missing from its timeline.  Without the sword in its proper place in history, everything from that point forward could change.  Josh and his new found friends must find a way to return the sword to Arthur that won’t upset the timeline.  However, the Bard’s have other plans.  They want to rule time.  They would do anything to stop the return of the sword.  Is it murder to eliminate a timeline so that person was never born? 

Follow Josh and his friends back in time to Camelot.  Meet the Lady in the Lake, the King’s nephew and Merlin.  Rejoice as things go right and cry when a dear friend is erased from time.  Did they do something wrong?  Can it be fixed or was the Sword’s Journey the catalyst to the world’s demise?

Book Two:  (Working Title) Necklace
Necklace takes place many years before The Sword's Journey.  You will meet Merlin for the first time and find out some answers regarding the trio's interaction with Merlin and things mentioned in The Sword's Journey.  This is Meri's book.  You will learn more about her past and why some things are happening in the Wizard's time.  Meri learns about herself and whether or not she is strong enough to do what has to be done to preserve and set right the timelines the Wizard has identified. 

Currently this book is storyline phase.  Look for release in January 2012.

Book Three:  (Working Title)  Merlin's Staff
This is Digger's book.  All the loose ends from the first two books will come together here.  It takes place far past The Sword's Journey time and involves a totally different time and a totally different reason.  After their earlier adventures, will the trio be strong enough to take on this impossible task? 

Release October 2012.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Sue! Nice to meet you and visit your blog! I like the cover of this book, and the summary sounds intriguing. :)