Author Karen Morris Announces Release of Children's Novel, 'Perils from the Seven Seas'

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Do scary stories tend to keep you awake, do you get frightened by shifting shadows and things that go "BUMP" in the night? Well, then you'll be shaking in your boots reading this novel! Humor stories are chaptered between these scary tales for variety. Enter at your own risk, maty...

Author Karen Morris announces the release of her new children's novel, "Perils from the Seven Seas."

Ghosts, fairies, spirits and pirates grace these pages! Characters range from everything imaginable. Not even Santa Claus can escape dilemma in this novel, and this includes our glowing-nosed little friend, Rudolph. Havoc and tragic events are poised at every turn.

Africa, India and France are just a few places where plots unfold. With the region comes calamity, suspense and adventure. Places where characters cope with natural phenomenon, social and cosmic events.

"Perils from the Seven Seas" was written for generally everyone to enjoy - children as well as adults. Most stories are critiqued for ages 8 though 12 years old, where each story is carefully crafted, to define modern day happenings throughout America, as well as the world.

Most of these stories have happy endings. But, where so much as young adults and mature readers are concerned, the content enables a more profound aspect about religion, freedom and culture.

Themes outline how people and creatures experience events beyond their control. They cope with situations and creatures to curtail catastrophe and aspire good fate. Morals and ethics play out though each story, where characters serve to model themselves into better beings. Though courage, hope and faith, aspired from religious aspects or instinctive concern for mankind, they learn that becoming better beings best serves society.

"Perils from the Seven Seas" can be purchased in bookstores with ISBN: 1413746632, or online at:, Barnes and Noble (, Books-A-Million (, Powell Books, Walden Books, or just about anywhere else you can think of!

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