Rhys Clark

Biography

Rhys Clark is a 25-year-old author living in the UK. He is a father of one and writes fictional short stories and novels.

Smashwords Interview

When did you first start writing?
I started writing when I was young, maybe 10 or 11. Mostly I wrote fan fiction for books like Harry Potter. Growing up as a teen, I wrote quite a few fan fiction stories before finally deciding to write my own original book.
What's the story behind your latest project?
My latest project is the first of a series of books called The Luron Saga. It is based in a fantasy world called Luron where different races of humans (Warriors, Mages and Healers) live, some in their own home lands, where they rarely see another race of human or others in cities and towns where there is a mix of all three races. The story follows Adela Horus, a young Mage, as she recites a prophecy about her and two other people going on a quest to slay the beasts that torture the land.

The first book is entitled "The Three Heroes", released in May 2013 and is on sale now while the second book in the series, "The Enchanted Collection" has just been released and is also on sale. The third entry in the series, "The Bear and the Prince", has a projected release of 2016.
Read more of this interview.

Where to find Rhys Clark online


Books

The Bear and The Prince
Series: The Luron Saga, Book 3. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 52,800. Language: English. Published: September 30, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic, Fiction » Adventure » Action
Part Three of The Luron Saga. Adela and her allies continue their quest as they ascend the frozen nightmare of the Tundra Mountains. Adela must learn to come to terms with her losses, as well as her burgeoning powers; but how will she and her friends cope with the growing presence of their enemies?
The Enchanted Collection
Series: The Luron Saga, Book 2. Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 27,480. Language: English. Published: February 10, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic, Fiction » Adventure » Action
Part Two of the Luron saga. With pain and grief fresh in their hearts, Adela and Rainer must move forward with their quest to destroy the beasts that torture the land of Luron. They will visit King Royston on their way to Tillsbrook, a village ravaged in a recent attack from the snake who resides in the Caves of Despair. Their friendship and allies will be crucial to their survival.
The Three Heroes
Series: The Luron Saga, Book 1. You set the price! Words: 33,630. Language: English. Published: May 28, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic, Fiction » Adventure » Action
When Adela Horus recites the long foretold Prophecy of Luron, she is propelled into a quest of vicious beasts of unrelenting force and dishonorable villains. With a brave warrior and a youthful healer at her side, the Three Heroes set out on a quest that will change the whole of Luron forever.

Rhys Clark's tag cloud

abandonment    bear    beasts    caves of despair    diamond    dragon    dragon adventure    enchanted collection    fantasy    fantasy action heroic epic    fantasy alternate world    healers    king    knights    locket    luron    mages    mages and magic    magic    prince    rage    ring    ruby    sapphire    shield    snake    spiders    sword    teleportation    venom    visions    warriors   

Rhys Clark's favorite authors on Smashwords


Smashwords book reviews by Rhys Clark

  • Missy Tonight on Dec. 04, 2012

    I'm struggling to think of what to write in this review. I certainly enjoyed Orange Car and Missy Tonight. They were entertaining and definitely intriguing. I'd be lying if I said I understood them completely, but I did get the general idea of the message you were trying to put across. I liked the length of the books, not too long and not too short. They were definitely unique. I've never read anything quite like these before. I guess I could say that I went along for the ride and enjoyed it even if I didn't understand all the scenery along the way.
  • Zombie Nights on Dec. 23, 2012

    Personally, I preferred Tom's other stories Orange Car With Stripes and Missy Tonight over this one, but this one was still quite an interesting read with a unique premise. A different take on the Zombie genre, but I've come to always expect something different when Tom Lichtenberg has written the piece. I gave it 3 stars on the rating bar, but I would give it 3 and a half if that was possible.