Fractured

An android slave named Lough seeks to return to his previous life as a powerful human king. But Lough begins to question that goal when what's left of his human heart is inspired by the Royal family he serves.

A Science Fiction/ Fantasy/ Steampunk novel readers have called "Scott Westerfield's Leviathan series meets Downton Abbey, written in the dialogue of a classic Tolkien tale." More

Available ebook formats: epub

Words: 72,200
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310642289
About Rae Elliott

I am an Indie author of science fiction, fantasy, young adult, and women's fiction novels. I am proud to say that I have accomplished the life-long dream of being a self-published author. The first book I have ever published is my science fiction novel Fractured. It is also the first book I have ever released as an audiobook on my Podcast. Fractured is the first in a series, I am currently writing its sequel Desolated. Desolated will hopefully be released by winter 2015. Other novels I'm preparing to publish include my Fantasy series Treefell: Legend of The Wood. I hope to release the first in this series by spring of 2015. I also have completed a women's fiction novel titled Life from the Rear View Mirror. This is the first book I have ever written as a modern narrative, but I have to say it is one of my favorite pieces. I have hopes of publishing this novel come spring 2015. Finally, I'm in the early stages of plotting out a Young adult fiction novel titled The Renaissance. More details about each book will be coming to my web page shortly!

As a writer, I have dedicated myself to the science of storytelling. For years I have honed my craft by learning from fellow bloggers, writers, editors and published authors. I love sharing what I have learned with fellow writers via my blog and other social media networks. I also love to dissect excellent story lines and characters that I find in television series or movies to inspire my imagination. Just a few t.v faves include Freaks and Geeks, The Blacklist, Gilmore Girls, Criminal Minds, Downton Abbey, and Sherlock. And, a few movie faves include: Gladiator, Frequency, Forest Gump, The Planet of The Apes, Brave, Ever After, Wall-E, The Count of Monte Cristo- oh boy I'd better stop here! The thing for me is, I always have one question poking my brain as I write each and every story I invent. Why does the reader care? If my audience truly cares about my characters and where their journey leads, then they will most likely come back for more stories I have to give them. And I hope that audience includes you!

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