A sense of imagination and wonder and the ability to get away from the everyday world, letting their imaginations take them away for the vacation of a lifetime.
Braggs, Okla. (PRWEB) June 24, 2014
In the sleepy kingdom of Musk live a princess and a boy wizard who doesn’t know of his powers. When the princess, Laura, brings home a wayward dragon, the kingdom’s tranquility is disrupted and the tranquil inhabitants of Musk must find a way to acclimate to the new disorder brought on by the dragon’s presence.
Decker says he hopes readers come away from “Tarsus” with “a sense of imagination and wonder and the ability to get away from the everyday world, letting their imaginations take them away for the vacation of a lifetime.”
An excerpt from “Tarsus”:
“Laura flung herself on her four-poster bed, burying her head in the pillows, sobbing. How on earth was she going to convince her father she was a grown woman who could make her own decisions? Well, close, she could make her own decisions about what to wear to a court hearing, or a court function; she just couldn’t make the decision about becoming a king’s knight. She knew what was best. Mother taught her to be independent.”
By R. N. Decker
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 376 pages | ISBN 9781490733883
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 376 pages | ISBN 9781490733890
E-Book | 376 pages | ISBN 9781490733906
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About the Author
R. N. Decker lives in a rural community in Oklahoma. He received a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. For more than 20 years, he was a long-haul truck driver, which gave him an opportunity to see the entire United States and three provinces of Canada.