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Amelia: Battle for Ardentia

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Amelia is a precocious, ten-year-old girl with a powerful imagination. In her alter-ego guise of a demi-goddess warrior princess, Amelia fights against a powerful demonic sorcerer named Romut and his horde of monsters in a never ending series of battles to protect the people of her imaginary world. However, the true battle strikes home when Amelia is diagnosed with a brain tumor. Now Amelia must fight not just the evil living in her imagination, but for her very life.

79 pages, Kindle Edition

Published December 1, 2016

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Brock E. Deskins

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Brock Deskins was born in a small town located in rural Oregon. At age twenty he joined the army and served as an M1A1 tank crewman, dental specialist, and computer analyst. While in the military he became an accomplished traveler, husband, and father of three wonderful children. Now out of the military he attends college to brush up on his skills as a computer analyst and gain new skills as a writer.

Update 2012: Received my degree in computer networking and devoting my full time and limited attention span to writing. Thanks to everyone who is making this dream a reality.

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February 13, 2017

This wonderful story deals with a difficult topic - a young girl with cancer who has a great imagination. It was a fun read that dealt with a terrible disease with hope. Loved it. The writing was superb. The changes from her imaginary world to this world where handled brilliantly. Thanks. I enjoyed it.
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February 19, 2017
This is a lovely, heartfelt novel about life and loss. I immediately liked the main character and felt like the author did a good job presenting her and her family. The story is both sad and inspiring.
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