Wishes on Airship Wings: Firebend Chronicles, Book Two

It’s been seven years since a depraved act of maniacal egotism altered a family and a young man’s life forever. It shouldn’t have been possible, and the implications of such a crime rocked the foundations of the Fringe. A privileged boy abducted from his bed and never found. The criminal responsible gone as well. Though the trail is long cold, the ones left behind still hope for closure. More

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About Leah Ross

Leah Ross is a freelance writer and graphic designer with a penchant for loud electronic dance music and sappy love stories. She has been writing and creating art for most of her life, with works published by the International Library of Poetry and NewType USA. After receiving her BS in Journalism from the University of Colorado at Boulder, she started a family with her soulmate. Leah met her husband online and has been happily married to him since 2001. She believes that love should be unconventional, rules are negotiable, and age is nothing but a number.

About the Series: Firebend Chronicles
On the edge of a world decimated by its own sun, frontier towns thrive, defying misconception. The Fringe is supposedly an irradiated wasteland. So most of the world’s population lives in sheltered ignorance in overcrowded dome cities where it’s safe.

Fringers are seen as crazy, lacking the sense to avoid the toxic levels of solar radiation plaguing the world’s open spaces. But the Fringe pioneers are not as unbalanced as they seem. They’ve adapted, repurposing the old to make the most of their limited resources. Theirs is a world of invention and innovation. It’s also a perilous playground for brazen opportunists.

Domers live in comfortable predictability, protected from the unforgiving outside world. They have everything they need in a controlled environment where societal oppression has all but been eradicated. It’s far from utopia, though. There are plenty, barely surviving, who desperately want to escape but can’t.

Each society is isolated, knowing the other exists, yet casting it off as lesser, wrong. But some are not content with labels, challenging those beliefs. They’re the ones striving for a better world, and only they can change it.

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