Young Warlock

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Fire is forbidden to mages, when Dekor sees the fire he falls to the lust of the flame. The way of the warlock is a path to darkness, not one for a graduate mage to even consider.
"This will give you energy, it will also contain your lust for the flame. You must let your heart decide the path you will walk. Do not let anyone tell you fire is evil. Evil is in the heart, not the hand." Aunt Endor.

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About Mathew Bridle

A halo of soft golden light was falling beyond Shadow Hill.
That was all Mathew Bridle had when he sat down to write his first novel. Two and half weeks later The Rising, a 1980’s style slasher, was finished. Others would quickly follow in different Genres: 3 Phaze (sci-fi), Lagoon (sci-fi horror), A World Lies Bleeding (Sci-fi), King of King (Fantasy), Mark (incomplete sci-fi) until Emun of Mor (fantasy).

It was on a train journey from Manchester to London that Emun, a character originally from King of Kings, walked into Mathew’s thoughts and took up residence. It took a full year to put together the 155,000-word epic fantasy, but it was time well spent. Not because of eth quality of the work but rather the world that was formed. Emun of Mor was published by an indie press, Vamplit Publishing where it did nothing. It was hacked apart twice before it became Young Warlock in which time 5 years had passed, and his life-long love of fantasy had found a home.

Among his friends, Eric C. Williams a noted sci-fi author from the 1960s and ’70s helped to shape his writing with his depth of knowledge and story-crafting skills. Other writers too, from his local writing circle, helped to guide and structure his language and worlds. Without these valuable inputs, he would not have the skill he possesses today.

Writing has grown from a hobby to a passion, whether that is fantasy, history, screenplays or novels, so long as it is writing. He has a love of writing challenges, to be given a set of words and a random topic and 10 minutes to get started. He is a true believer that there is no such thing as writer’s block, after all, no one has talker’s block. So long as you have something to say then you have something to write; even if it is just jibber-jabber, isn’t that what the best blogs are made of?

Currently, he is working on the third instalment of The One Saga: Dark Mistress, Masterplayer – a historical spy story with Shakespeare and Queen Elizabeth, and Rain: a comic vampire noir tv series.

As Mathew likes to say, “As long as there are words, there is always something to write.”

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About the Series: The One Saga
A world plunged into darkness stumbles oblivious to the greater plans of gods and men.

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Reviews

Marko Jezernik reviewed on on Jan. 15, 2015

This title really surprised me with great story and characters. It's fantasy at it's best. It made me want to assemble my old D&D crew and play a campaign or two. Read it! You wont regret it.
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)
Piper Westwood reviewed on on July 28, 2013

I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this novel. I'm not usually one for fantasy, but I was intrigued by the plot and gave it a try. The young wizard, Dekor, is a wizard who has a great amount of desire for power, for knowledge, a thirst for the ability to prove his worth and to be more than what he is seen as. This leads him on a journey that has far reaching consequences and that begins an epic fantasy story with Dekor and his wizardry at that heart of it.

Mathew Bridle manages to weave a story that will pull you in and captivate in you in turn as he builds a world where magic, dragons, undead hordes, elves, dwarfs and more pieces together a novel that will quite literally put a spell on you.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)

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