The Forgotten Isle

Before Arthur was king, the legendary ruler of Britain, he finds himself transported back to the Bronze Age. An evil power is attacking the Emerald Isle. Villagers flee from the demons. Danu, the Earth Mother reaches 2700 years into the future and transports Arthur to her time. Someday Arthur will be a great king but right now he is only 12. Does he have the knowledge and power to save her people? More

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Words: 19,710
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466189249
About Lynda Engler

I grew up in New Jersey, spent 22 years in Connecticut and now make Vermont my home. I live in the scenic northern part of the state with my husband, children, and one ADD yellow lab (ADD=Attention Deficit Dog).

After a long career working with books - first as a buyer for a national retail book chain, then as a production associate publishing leather-bound classic books, I decided to use my creative energy to actually write some books! My kids were a great inspiration.

I wrote my first book, The Forgotten Isle, in 2003, and then started many projects, and never finished any of them. I finally finished and published The Forgotten Isle with illustrations by Noa Chaikin in 2011.

The concept for "Into the Outside" (which began life with working title "Out of Ewr") has been around since about 2005, and the novels have been floating around in my head since then. The first "Into the Outside" short story was released on Kindle in Nov. 2013, and the full length novel to follow later in 2014.

I currently belong to a Writer's Group in northern Vermont, and I'd like to thank them all for their invaluable critiques. I wouldn't know what to do without them! And my sincerest thanks go to my best friend/editor/co-writer/bounce-off-the-wall-all-things-important-and-not-important (I'm not sure exactly what to call him) but I couldn't do any of this without him, Henry Dixon.

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