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Book Title: Zebulon Quest: The Sword of Fire (The Artifacts of Merlin Saga #1)|
The author of the book: Tim Northburg
Edition: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Format files: PDF
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Date of issue: October 10th 2014
ISBN 13: 9781502784360
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Starship Ruby Darton Castaway Zebulon Finnegan learns of his adoption, steals a teleportation watch from Space Pirates, and recklessly transports himself, his android robot IQ32, and four new friends to the planet of his destiny. On the planet, he meets a White Witch who explains he is Merlin’s lost grandson and unleashes his magical powers. Zebulon embarks on his quest to find seven hidden magical artifacts, but first he must rescue his friends and defeat the evil Warlock, Zamra-Teg who is out to kill him. Only then can he complete his quest to find the remaining artifacts and release Merlin from his enchantment on Earth.
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Read information about the authorAt an early age I was fascinated with books. My mom would let my sister and me read in our rooms for a half an hour before bed. I read all kinds of kids' books from the library and graduated to novels like Peter Pan, The Chronicles of Narnia, and when I was older The Hobbitt. To this day, I still read all kinds of books. I enjoy the things I learn as well as reading great adventures.
I can trace the actual spark of becoming a writer to my senior year in High School. The last semester I took a creative writing class. One February morning, first period creative writing, we began our assignment when the Principal made an announcement. Cory, my good friend who sat next to me, had committed suicide. I remember the empty feeling inside. I just stared at his empty desk, wondering what it was that made him do that. The rest of that semester I wrote about my friendship with Cory. Through that, I put feeling into my writing and it just connected. It was the first time I really felt the emotion, excitement, and passion about writing. I knew I wanted to be a writer, but I didn’t know when, how, or what.
In 1993 I put many of those short stories together into a novel. It took me a year to write it out freehand and another six months to re-write it in Word. It is still collecting dust in the basement.
When my children were old enough, my wife and I read stories to them. I remembered many of the books and it sparked something inside me again. I knew I wanted to write a children’s book. In 2004, the idea for writing a YA novel about the adventures of Merlin’s grandson through space and time popped into my head. Over the last eight. it has developed into an eight-book series called, The Relics of Merlin Saga. Book one is titled, Bacon Finnegan and the Sword of Elements.
You can learn more at Bacon Finnegan and the Relics of Merlin website: http://www.BaconFinngegan.com
As a Sales Manager at a Saturn dealership in town, I developed and self-published six training books for Automotive Sales and a goals workbook. In 2009 things changed abruptly when the economy tanked. The government took over GM and closed down Saturn. After working there eleven years, my job was no more. I had to take a lesser paying position. I, like many other people during this past recession, had experienced job and financial strain.
During that emotional and stressful time, I turned to my writing. and jotted down my thoughts in a journal as a way to release everything. Then, I came across a book I had read a few years back called Rhinoceros Success. It was a book about how to infuse rhino qualities to bring success into your life. (They have thick skin, charge, etc.) I began to think of animals I could use as a symbol to bring joy and happiness to one’s life. On a visit to the aquarium in Denver, I watched river otters play. I thought about it some more and realized that otters were a great symbol for joy and happiness. That sparked my new novel.
Summer of 2010 I started writing Otterocity! It is a story about a man’s struggle through the economic downturn and his transformation to bring joy and happiness back to his life. I feel it is a timely, heartfelt story that will resonate with many people who have dealt with life’s challenges. It touches on topics like job loss, financial pressure, thoughts of suicide, and death. Through the revision process, it turned into a two-book project. First the general fiction novel, Otterocity!. Then a self-help guidebook titled, Otterocity! Field Guide. I self-published them through CreateSpace and they are available on Amazon and Amazon Kindle.
For more information, please visit the Otterocity! website: http://www.otterocity.com
Stories bring us together. Our ability to use words to create different worlds, dream the impossible, inspire, and teach is what gives us hope and strength in this challenging world. I hope to inspire others with my words.