Bentonville, VA (PRWEB) September 28, 2012
Fantasy comes to life as author Michael Prosise unleashes the transfixing figment of his imagination in Origins of the Curious Wolf. Here, he presents an irresistible cast of characters that will take readers on a fantastic journey and adventure—allowing them to follow the story of Mattis, a wolf or, as one might describe his appearance, a werewolf. He, along with many others like him lives and works in the world of humans. A day off, however, dramatically changes everything in his life when a new world unveils right before his eyes and leads him to the truths about his origins.
This book reveals that Mattis isn’t the only of his kind; there are plenty of other wolves around. Not all that different from others like himself, he works for a large corporation in the city and commutes daily from his home in the suburbs. His neighbors know him well and speak highly of him, waving with a friendly, though shy smile when they pass by. He doesn’t know his birth parents; actually he doesn’t remember his youth at all. It wasn’t just those facts though, there was something else. He couldn’t quite put a paw on it, but he never quite felt he fit in that world.
Mattis took a day off work to clean up the house, but the weather was so nice he decided instead to take a walk and enjoy the crisp fall morning. This decision set in motion a chain of events that led him to discover not only an entire world, but his own past and potentially the origins of his race. Readers will follow him as he meets with Brean (a tiger), Lanath (a wolf), Balthaz (another wolf), Cresdar (a tiger), and Rendalston (a horse) who will help him understand and rediscover his true identity and his roots.
Mystically engrossing, absolutely gripping and incredibly entertaining, Origins of the Curious Wolf will rivet readers, especially fantasy-fiction enthusiasts, from beginning to end. It will leave them at the edge of their seats, longing for more of Prosise’s infinite imagination.
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About the Author
Michael Prosise was born in Fairfax, Va., during the summer of 1970. He was raised by his parents, Buddy and Polly, at their home in Manassas, Va., at the time a small suburb of the Washington, D.C. Metro area. Growing up in a typical middle class neighborhood and school, he began to develop interests in photography, classic automobiles, animals, nature and technology to name just a few. His career involves working in the technology field, in which he currently has 20 years experience. Prosise has worked in various industries during this time, becoming exposed to many different aspects of Information Technology. He currently holds a full-time position working with a local public school system. Having lived in Virginia his entire life, he currently co-owns a small farm and vineyard in the foothills of the Shenandoah Mountains near Winchester. In addition to maintaining the property there and tending to the grape vines, he also fosters his hobby for classic vehicles by spending some of his free time tinkering with a varying fleet of cars. Another interest of Prosise is fantasy fiction of varying types. In the middle of 2011, he began to write what was to become, over the course of the following months, the novel you see here. Origins of the Curious Wolf is currently undergoing editing and layout design in preparation for international release in both hard copy and digital formats. Possible sequel and prequel stories revolving around the world discovered in Origins are currently in development for future release.
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Origins Of The Curious Wolf by Michael Prosise
Publication Date: September 7, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 186 pages; 978-1-4797-0445-3
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