Wings Of A Phranoy

When Samantha wakes in a sterile room the only thing she can remember is dying. She now finds herself in a world she doesn't know. A world filled with magic, death, love, friendship, and winged people. She must fight to survive the unknown world as she learns new talents she has never dreamed possible. With the clock ticking on more than one life, she must learn fast. More
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About Stacy Lee

Hello Y'all!

I started writing children's books as a way to get my very stubborn younger two children to read. My oldest was an avid reader and still reads everything I write (she is 19 now!) but the younger two still refuse to love the written word as the two of us do. So now I am trying my hand at adult fiction. It is a big change from the simple stories of make-believe I have written in the past and I cant wait to get feed back from ya'll. I am a native Texan (as I'm sure you have figured out!). I have lived in a small coastal town all my life and love our small farm. I am a professional photographer by trade but have always picked up a pen (or peck at the keys) when times turned rough, although now it's more for fun. I hope ya'll enjoy the world I have created!

Happy reading Y'all!

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About the Series: Cloud Riders Of Da-Nigh
Ripped from her world Samantha wakes in a steril room not knowing anything but how she died. To leave the room is to face the unknown, to stay is possible death. After gaining the courage to push herself forward Sam trudges down what seems to be an endless empty hallway. That is till she asks for a door and one appears. What lays beyond is a world full of new people, magic, excitement, pain and adventure. Can Sam and the Cloud Riders of Da-Nigh follow through on a prophecy that was given thousands of years ago? If they don't will anything be left worth fighting for?

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