Fantasy author for over twenty years, D. M. has a passion for writing and literature.
Her first novel, Brother Betrayed, is the prequel to the Flight Moon series, published 11/11/11. Fire Born and Fate of Fire are the first books in the series. Upcoming books are Converging Flames and Wild Fire.
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
A collection of poetry from author D. M. Raver.
FROM THE AUTHOR
Thank you for reading Philosophies of A Young Heart, A Poetry Collection. This is my second poetry book to be released. My first is titled Deep Dark Waters.
A family is divided as war with Gorusk looms in the future...
They thought the hidden garden at Rosewall foretold their fate. Statues depicted in a time locked battle, three kingdoms opposing Shirr, the tyrant king of Gorusk.
Nothing has prepared them for the doom that gathers on the horizon.
Assassins will come in the night. Death will come from the sky. Betrayal from within.
Published: December 28, 2016.
Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
After the journey through Arnith, the three princes return to a troubled land. The skirmishes with neighboring tribes turn into full out war. The loyalty of the brothers will be tested, as the seeds of doubt and distrust grow from within.
Three princes steal from their castle and begin a quest to explore the kingdom they will one day govern. Long from home, a shady rider approaches them. More mystery and danger lurks in the forests of Arnith that will test the bond of their brotherhood.
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.
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.