There are people I know that evoke such character that they make me want to include them, giving them new life in the written word.
Portland, Oregon (PRWEB) October 14, 2015
Fantasy author GJ Scherzinger explores the world of dreams in his latest novel,'The Wizard of Grimmer's Wharf', a tale of a mage who finds himself caught up in a plot to murder the Regent Princess.
In the dark hours of morning, a disgraced and forgotten wizard spies a body of a woman left for dead in the cold waters of the harbor. Mystery surrounds the woman as he nurtures her back to health.
The ritual that was meant to slay her in sacrifice appears to be the work of Mordanado, a Greycloak mage who had stripped him of his arts long ago. Now the reclusive Pacolorius, known only as Padison the glazer, must reclaim his most potent skill, the magic of dreams, to defeat the Greycloak before she is sacrificed again.
Scherzinger describes the process of this third book, "The inspiration for 'The Wizard of Grimmer's Wharf' comes from many sources. There are people I know that evoke such character that they make me want to include them, giving them new life in the written word. This story grew from a basic plot I had devised and as before, the story took a life of its own. The tale is an evolution of characters and ideas. I mainly wanted also to explore the nature of dreams. I started with a premise and let the story write itself. I didn't know the true end of the tale when I started any more than a reader would."
'The Wizard of Grimmer's Wharf' is published in eBook format by eBookIt.com and is now available at popular online retailers. Review copies of 'The Wizard of Grimmer's Wharf' are available to media contacts upon request. Author GJ Scherzinger is available for interviews.
About the Author
'Grimmer's Wharf', his third book, was written after GJ (Gregory) Scherzinger moved to a small farm in the coastal hills of his native Oregon. 'The House on Chambers Court' was penned while living in Todos Santos, Baja California Sur in Mexico. He wrote his first book, 'Demon of the Black Gate' while residing in the San Juan Islands. He spent the bulk of his career as a TV Producer and Director, and skiing as much as possible in the Western mountains and the Alps, before leaving the broadcast business and spending the next 13 years living on a 41' yawl in NW Washington. He has sailed the Inside Passage, the Gulf of Mexico and the Bahamas.
He is currently working on his fourth book, 'The Henna Witch'.
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