Halfnote's Song

In the city of Albermarle artisans sing the songs their ancestors learned from dragons to shape glass. When plague strikes they are asked to create a forbidden healing mirror. This piece is banned because one wrong step in the making will turn the mirror into an all-devouring monster. How will the glass singers save those they love if their efforts produce an unstoppable horror instead? More

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About Lynette Hill

Lynette Hill is an American writer who lives in middle England with her partner Ruth and Badger, their cat.

As a print journalist she has reported on elephant races and professional magicians, worked as copy editor and layout artist for the Daily & Sunday Oklahoman and covered amateur sports and recreation for the Washingtonpost.com’s Entertainment Guide in Washington D.C.

When not writing she enjoys hiking, traveling, music and live theatre. She is taking advantage of her time in England to explore the places made famous through folklore. She has climbed the coastline around King Arthur’s castle in Cornwall and visited his apparent burial place in Glastonbury. She knows where to buy a magic wand in London and has made a wish from inside the Uffington White Horse in Oxfordshire.

‘Half note’s Song’ is her first novel. ‘Octavia’s Journey’ will be her second.

About the Series: The Glass Singers
The Guild of Glass Singers in the city of Albermarle shape glass by singing the songs their ancestors learned from dragons.


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