D. M. Raver


Fantasy author for over sixteen years, D. M. has a passion for writing and literature.

Brother Betrayed is the prequel to the Flight Moon series. Fire Born is the next book in the series. Her next book, Fate of Fire, is scheduled to be released in 2015.

Other works include:
City of Silver - a dystopian fantasy about a young girl with the power to save a dying city.
The Enchantress - an arabian fantasy about a woman, some toys, and an intelligent white tiger.
Deep Dark Waters - a collection of poetry
Dying to Live Again - a contemporary fantasy

Where to find D. M. Raver online


Fire Born
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 57,000. Language: English. Published: December 10, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic, Fiction » Fantasy » General
A dragon and an infant girl, both outmatched with impossible odds, may find strength in each other. What should kill them both, only makes them stronger.
Dying to Live Again
Price: Free! Words: 9,410. Language: English. Published: December 10, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Visionary & metaphysical, Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary
It is amazing how little it takes to sell away your soul. Ten dollars and fifty cents. That’s all it took to purchase some graphics and bold fonts and two hundred neon fliers from the copy store. Each invites the regulars and tourists alike to the community stage to the east of the market. There, at sundown, they are promised a show beyond their imagination.
Price: Free! Words: 5,400. Language: English. Published: March 27, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal, Fiction » Fantasy » Historical
A young woman is the last defense against raiders who attack the palace.
Brother Betrayed
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 125,560. Language: English. Published: November 20, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » War & military, Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
One prince will betray the others to the ruin of their kingdom.

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Smashwords book reviews by D. M. Raver

  • A Pair of Creepy Shorts on March 15, 2011

    Really loved both stories. "Review" had a very Edgar Allan Poe feel to it. "Uncollected Temptation" reminded me of "How Much Land Does One Man Need?" by Tolstoy. I imagine there are many people who would be willing to trade their life for a chance at wealth and anticipated hapiness.