The White Queen (Beyond Endless Tides #1)

With the impending demise of the oceans planktonia, the main source of food for many, asperini have no choice but to leave the ocean. Many believe the only way to achieve this is to mate with and become nghozas. Morg hates the idea. No, there must be another way. More

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About Charles F. Bond

Charles F Bond is a fantasy and paranormal writer. Basildon born he now lives near the east coast of England, in Suffolk, where he regularly sits down to write in whatever world he is engrossed in at the time.

He's always been a writer, though he hasn't always known it. In his youthful days, his siblings would often have to shake him to gain his attention, for he has always been a daydreamer, and would often disappear into some dark and mysterious story within his own mind. "The move to Scotland helped," he chortles, "We moved to a farm, where I had a hundred acres to roam and get back to dreaming."
In his teens he often wrote letters to his friends and family. To his friends he used to offer advice, family was just to stay in touch. He always felt more relaxed writing his thoughts of encouragement, than actually talking to people about their troubles.
It wasn't until his mid-twenties, did he finally realise his potential for fiction. "Well the stories hadn't eased and I had to put them somewhere."

Many rejections and five books later, he's currently working short stories, but longs to get back to his Evania series and its first book, Keeper Of The Realms.

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The White Queen (Beyond Endless Tides #1)
The worlds oceans are in peril. Microscopic planktonia numbers are dwindling, along with the fish the asperini depend on. Many asperini shawls believe their only hope is to mate with and become nghozas and walk the land. Morg's shawl's leader's creed demands it of her. She cannot, will not do this.

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