By Charissa Lees
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Published: March 15, 2012
Words: 21,705 (approximate)
This is a whimsical short story exploring where dreams are created. In an unknown world, Grace is drawn to a dark mountain by a song she hears only inside her. No one that she meets is who they seem and answers are always elusive. Now, she must plunge into the heart of the mountain and the sky above to discover her true destiny in a world where dreaming is everything.
Have you ever wondered where dreams come from?
Now you can find out in this short story.The mountain has been dormant for years, lying silent and waiting for someone to awaken it again. The forest has grown cold and haunting as it prays that the song will search out the destined one who can clear the mist from the mountain and bring it back to life. For the mountain has a job to do and until it is awaken, dreams everywhere lie in peril.
The song inside of Grace’s heart forces her into a world she knows nothing about. Everyone she meets is not who they seem, including the horse who claims she was made for Grace and the boy who is searching for his lost family. They all guard a secret so closely, and though the song urges her to understand, no one will give her the answers she needs. Now, she must plunge into the heart of the mountain and the sky above to discover her true destiny in a world where dreaming is everything.
Join Grace and Hunter as they discover where dreams come from.
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