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The Awakening

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Part One in series. In a time when magic was fading in the lands. There was to be a savior that would rise out of the Druid Clans that would possess the power to keep the Clans safe. Katelynn and Bryon embark on a journey to save both of their people from the evil Lord Drasken. When Bryon came upon Katelynn's village while searching for a plant for its root little did either know that their lives would be forever inner twined. As Bryon races against time to find the plant and Katelynn learns of what her future holds their journeys become one. Their common enemy Lord Drasken seems to be around every corner as he tries to keep Bryon from finding the elusive plant.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Kim Sherwood

I was born May 14, 1959 in a small town in Indiana. Even at a young age I loved to read and would let the story take me away to the places written on the pages. I was always thinking about plots for stories and writing them down thinking that maybe someday I would write them into stories. Then I married at a young age had children and left those dreams behind. I was 21 with 3 small children and I knew that the marriage was not in the best interest for my children or myself. I found myself a single mother and doing her best to find work to support my family. On Feb.14, 1984 I met my husband Chris it was as if we had been searching for each other all our lives. It was as they say love at first sight. There was no work so in Jan.1985 he went to his brother's in Miami, Fl to work for him. In March my daughter and I joined him. I left my 2 boys there to finish out the school year. The years passed the children grew up moved away and returned and moved away. On Sept. 27, 1997 we were blessed with a grandson that soon became our son. I took a break from managing restaurants to be with our new addition. It was during this time I sat down at the desk and began writing again. I became so much a part of the story that time had no meaning I was finally fulfilling that dream that had began so many years ago. The end result is the pages set forth herein. We still live in Miami, Bryon is now 14 and would I change anything "No". The most important things in life are your family, your faith and your dreams. Never walk away from any of them.

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