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Saturday, 31 October 2015

RELEASE BLITZ, REVIEW & #GIVEAWAY - Water Weaver by Morgan Sheppard

Water Weaver (Wraidd Elfennol #1) 

by Morgan Sheppard


Blurb

The young maiden, Marella, was born to the island of Wraidd Elfennol, a place balanced by the four elements of nature – Earth, Air, Fire and Water. The essence of each element contained in sacred artefacts ensuring the balance of life.

Every year, the community from across the island gather for the Summer Solstice. It is at this celebration the Lords and Ladies of Wraidd Elfennol make an astounding announcement. The sacred artefacts are missing. They then proclaim that four individuals, along with their animal Life Partners, will be selected to restore the balance.

Marella and her otter, Nixie, are chosen because of their link to the element of Water and along with her, three others – each in-tune with a different element.

Together they embark on a quest to either find the missing artefacts or somehow create new ones. As the world around them changes, danger lurks with every challenge the group face. They must hurry as the elements need to be restored before a year and a day have passed.

Failure is not an option or the world as they know it will cease to exist.



“Wow, you really know how to get the party started,” said a voice mockingly from nearby.
As Marella looked around she saw a man leaning on the tree next to them. They had been so engrossed with what Lani was saying; none of them had noticed him standing there. He was quite tall and well-built but lean, with dark brown hair that was short and spiky and deep brown eyes. He was leaning back with one knee bent up, his foot resting against the trunk, and his arms were folded across his chest.

He cocked an eyebrow sardonically at Marella as she looked at him. “Have you seen enough now?” he asked.

Marella felt a slight glow on her cheeks as she looked away.

He pushed himself away from the tree and sauntered over to them. He sat down with his legs folded and gave them all a sarcastic smile.

“Who are you?” asked Daren calmly. He didn’t like how this stranger had interrupted them, but he thought he might have some idea as to who he might be.

“I’m Kai and I complete this little… circle,” he said, moving his finger around.  “I’m Fire.”

“You mean you represent Fire,” said Marella, lifting her face slightly into the air.

“No, little girl, I mean I am Fire so you’d better make sure you don’t get burnt,” Kai answered her.

To his surprise, Marella burst out laughing. “Oh please, do you practice saying that to get the ultimate effect?” she chuckled.




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5 out of 5 (exceptional)


Independent Reviewer for Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!


Oh Wow!!!  I think the author must have written before because this is such a great debut novel. 

If you love fantasy you will fall into this whirling pool of magical realms and just not want to climb out of it again!
I loved the way all the characters except Marella appear so happy at home, but there is so much more to everyone than they want to admit,  or in some cases know themselves.
I love the character of the partners and Nixie particularly.
The ongoing sparks between certain characters bring gasps and chuckles galore,  and you have to cheer them on to the bitter end,  if it is the end!!!!
The plot twists are brilliant and I am waiting with baited breath for book two.

So pleased to have been part of the team and had the Arc. Thanks for the pure, unadulterated enjoyment.

Blog Giveaway - ends 30th November 

one (1) ebook copy of Water Weaver. Open internationally.



I am a wife, a mother, a sister, a daughter, a friend, and a lover. I am many things, been given many labels, but I can say that I am just 'simple complicated me'.

Always a prolific reader and dabbler in my younger days with short stories, poems and limericks, I have just published my first Epic Fantasy novel, 'Water Weaver'.

Here are a few of my favourites:
Favourite quote - "Aim high and reach for your dreams"
Colour - Rich Purple
Food - Chocolate (of course!)
Time of Day - nighttime, I love the moon in all her beautiful phases
Season - Autumn/Fall
Weather - I love the rain and thunderstorms

I welcome your company as I walk my path.

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you for hosting me and thank you Angi for the wonderful review :)

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