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N.r. Searcy | 1 comments I'm N.R. Searcy, and I just wanted to let you all know about my fantasy novel, Heartkeeper: Volume One. The blurb is as follows:

Heartkeeper is the simple story of how a boy becomes a man, and that man begins his journey toward becoming something far more than that. In doing so, that person must learn about power, sacrifice, pain, and, most of all, love.

Volume One of this epic tale begins, fittingly enough, with a young thief named Flikk, and his first encounter with the Heartkeeper itself. The object appears to be a simple, golden box, but only moments after Flikk steals it, the object reveals itself to be far, far more than it seems.

It is a sentient object of unfathomable power, and it merges its fate with Flikk's, sending him on a journey from the dungeons, catacombs, and lost dwarven cities beneath Linston across the world to the fabled gnomish city of Mibaris. It sets him between two long-battling wizards, and forces him to rely on a dwarven monk and an unwitting elven necromancer.

But it is not the catalyst for young Flikk. No object can truly claim that. For him, the true impetus for his journey is an unlikely friendship with a young sorceress named Aime.

Along the way, Flikk encounters all manner of dangerous enemies, including a faithless former ranger, a goblin horde, dragons, and demons, among others. Around every corner is a new danger, but it is nothing compared to the danger lurking inside, spurred along by the Heartkeeper with which he has merged.

This is the beginning of that journey.


If you'd like to know more, please visit my website An Author's Journey .

If you run a blog and want to review the book, send me a message.

Thanks so much for reading!


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Jeffrey Poole (authorjmpoole) | 2287 comments Mod
Hello N.R.! Sounds interesting! I'll download a sample and take a look!


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