Sunday, May 15, 2011

The Search: Lunis Flower of Hidden - G.K. Fralin

The Search: Lunis Flower of Hidden by G.K. Fralin
Bio: G. K. Fralin’s stories best described as Christian fantasy fearlessly look inside the darkness taking the reader on a journey through the seemingly impossible to realization of life and light. “I’ve lived in the darkness and I’ve lived in the light, both should be understood. Using fantasy helps my characters make real choices.” G. K. Fralin lives in Wymore, Nebraska.

Product description:
The Search: Lunis Flower of Hidden is a Christian fantasy centered on real people going through the impossible and finding themselves challenged. The main character is Sheridan trapped in a small town named Hidden. From the beginning, the oddities of the town are apparent, even before she meets Catch.

Catch in the innkeeper of the only place for a guest to stay. The population is scant. Other members of the community have equally odd names. The difference is the other’s names are more utilitarian like Cook, Service, and Tailor.

One character, Service, does give Sheridan her real name, but she doesn’t want Sheridan to use it unless she’s not in the café. Her revelation is that they go by those names because it’s what they love about themselves.

Now, what does that tell you about Catch? You will get to know something of the old codger in the first chapter.

The Search: Lunis Flower of Hidden is a journey not only to find the Lunis Flower, but also to find the secret paths out of Hidden and the dangers, joys, and self-realization that comes through that quest.

Sheridan and a fellow guest of the inn follow Shepherd on their journey. Can they trust a man who reveals little about himself?,

Q: What will e-readers like about your book? E-readers will find this fantasy fast paced, intriguing, frightening, and miraculous. The readers will find something of themselves in the characters. The Search: Lunis Flower of Hidden will take the reader into places like the impossible meadow, the dark canyon, and many other surprises.

Q: Why did you go indie? I like the idea of being independent and I feel readers are looking for something out of the mainstream.

Q: Who are your favorite authors in your genre? C.S. Lewis, J.R.R.Tolkien, W.H. Hudson,


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