I'm an undergraduate student at Rowan University studying for his BA in Communication Studies (Interpersonal Communication Specialization), class of 2014. I'm an avid reader in both High Fantasy and research articles specifically on how relationships are formed, maintained, and deconstructed. My hobbies include writing music, playing piano, composing maps, and reading respectively. Currently, I live in New Jersey with his parents and fellow family members (including the family dogs Missy and Brownie).
My primary goal is to publish numerous High Fantasy books that will explore and use other mythical creatures. Along with my hobbies, one hobby that has become more of a necessity is studying mythical creatures. Without a doubt, I love the use of dragons, witches, elves, dwarves, etc.; however, I look forward to publishing fantasy novels that do not deal with such creatures and, in fact, introduce more. Currently, the mythical creatures that has gained most of my interest are wolves and banshees. I find banshees and their history interesting and a possible asset to the Fantasy genre.
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Cry of the Wolf Singer
By Keith DuBarry
Published: November 1, 2013.
With a Hunter and Gatherer culture to be proud of, Silversnow Island is left with millions starving and thousands of game hunters dying. Rumor tells a story that the coyotes are on the prowl in the dreaded and endless forest the game hunters work in: The Brawler. Within those wicked branches, however, an evil prowess is growing that only few suspect what it is, but never say what it may be.
Force my Fear, Sing my Strength
By Keith DuBarry
Published: June 16, 2013.
A corgi must find a way to survive in an abandoned home, longing for love that has abandoned her; a mother loves her daughter like an angel, but her hands treat her like a demon; wanderers of the night feed upon living creatures, only to discover a truth that leads them to long life itself; and a herd of gazelles must battle for life against lions through forces of of triumph and nature.
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