Wizard of Simonton Pond

Wizard of Simonton Pond

by John Clark

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When Berek Metcalf gathers the courage to ask Julia Tilman to the Mayflower Dance, the last thing he expects is a beating from her ex-boyfriend. Little does he know that his plan to run and hide at his uncle's camp in the Maine wilderness will set in motion the adventure of a lifetime. That adventure takes place, not in the Maine woods, but halfway across the universe and includes dealing with some pretty scary creatures; dragons, orcs, a magic-using thief and a band of fanatics bent on destroying a reclusive race known as the Snowlords and anyone willing to help them. The rewards are great too, including meeting a young woman who quickly makes Berek forget all about his humiliation on the grounds of Simonton High.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781614171355
Publisher: ePublishing Works!
Publication date: 09/30/2011
Series: The Down East Wizards Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

John Clark has been writing professionally for more than 20 years. He started his career as a local newspaper columnist, writing a weekly column on entering and winning sweepstakes. He moved on to writing professionally in the library field; contributing to the book Library Services in Mental Health Settings published by Scarecrow Press. He also wrote the “Internet Connection” column for Behavioral and Social Sciences Librarian, a Haworth Press publication for ten years. He wrote numerous essays and book reviews for the Maine literary magazine Wolf Moon Journal until it ceased publication.
His entry into fiction began when he realized he had a great book rumbling around in his head and it needed to see the light of day. The Wizard of Simonton Pond was the result and will be followed by four more books in the Down East Magicians series. He has also written numerous short mystery and horror tales, several of which have been published in the Level Best Books New England Crime anthologies. He writes two weekly newspaper columns for the Sebasticook Valley Weekly as well as a quarterly column for the Maine Library Association newsletter.
He is currently working on a short story anthology about Maine teens called Hardscrabble Kids.

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