How do you nurture and develop relationships with people and creatures you don’t completely understand?
Killeen, TX (PRWEB) July 13, 2012
The genre of fantasy and the interest in dragons is as popular now as ever, appearing in the famed novels and new hit HBO series, “Game of Thrones,” and the 2011 Spike TV’s Video Game Awards Game of the Year, “Skyrim.” In his new mature fantasy novel, author Ken Stephenson asks the question, “How do you nurture and develop relationships with people and creatures you don’t completely understand?” The Island of the Seven Kings (published by AuthorHouse) is a fresh new entry into fantasy that contains not only epic battles and the struggle of survival, but deep romances and dangerous dragons.
The Island of the Seven Kings is an epic romantic adventure. Readers will take the journey to a fictional island where young Rebecca and her friends serve their kingdom as dragon riders. It is there that these young riders learn about the relationships between themselves and the world around them whether in peace or war.
Idos, the creator god, and the seven gods he created to rule over his domain, watch over Rebecca and her friends, leading them toward his purpose for them. It is the old story of the struggle between good and evil and how the "Sky Raiders" came into being.
Even after Arthur’s arrival it took several votes and another hour before they all agreed on the dark green leather uniform dyed to match the army uniform and the white dragon for their emblem. They all agreed quickly though to name the unit “SKY RAIDERS” and have it embroidered under the dragon. “We need ten of these uniforms as quickly as you can provide them.” Regina told the tailor. “Eleven, our Captain will not fly with us and she has selected Count Andrew of Sandista to join us. You can cut his uniform to fit me as we are of relative size.” He said making all the riders very happy. “Now let us get fitted for the army officer dress uniform for tonight’s ceremony.
About the Author
Ken Stephenson is 60 years old and twice retired. He graduated high school at Putnam City High School in Oklahoma City where he excelled in sports and music. He joined the Army in 1972, retiring in 1992 as a decorated Command Sergeant Major of an artillery battalion. His second career was as a truck driver. Stephenson has always been a story teller but it has just been recently he has decided to write his stories down. Many of his friends describe him as a hopeless romantic and lives now in Killeen surrounded by his family and six grandkids.
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