Friday, April 12, 2013

MAGICAL INVASIONS ... WHAT WILL KEEP THEM FROM MASS DESTRUCTION? ...

The wind shifts. An invisible, but pungent scent rolls with the once turquoise, now turned gunmetal grey sea, as it crashes against the rocky shores of Futhark.

Cage Stone and the other trained Marshals stand between the gates of the city of Sulbreth and the Fell beasts on the verge of an attack. Armed and ready to battle, Cage draws his sword ...

Will mere swords hold back this impending evil?



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Sabelline rushes through the cobblestone streets of the city.  As keeper, she is responsible to reset the magical seals deep beneath the surrounding mountains. Forces beyond her understanding had thwarted all her previous attempts. 

I must not fail ... this is the last chance to save our world. With little time, she fetches her bag and journeys toward her destination ...


Cage fights valiantly, but mere swords can not keep back the supernatural creatures.

The beasts break through ... 

Their target ... Sabelline.

Cage has only one choice. He must let down his guard and accept his haunting truth. A truth he has hidden and suppressed his entire existence. 

He unleashes the ELFIN powers within ...

Sabelline and the other Keepers no not what to expect as each hour brings on a new crisis ...



Will Cage’s innate abilities be enough to protect Sabelline and the city of Futhark?


The Keepers of Sulbreth, a novel by Susan Gourley 


Amazon: Link



Whoa, now this is one action packed premise! How could anyone not want to find out the outcome of this fantasy. Susan certainly knows how to peak my interest. How about you?

Please drop by Susan’s blog and congratulate her on this awesome book...

Enjoy your weekend everyone! Tomorrow is the end of our second week of the challenge. Be ready for a L- ively post tomorrow.

30 comments:

  1. Sounds like a great read. Congrats Susan!

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  2. As soon as I saw the word Futhark, I knew the author! Another fine introduction.

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  3. Chocolate hugs for Susan! I follow her blog.

    Tweeted and shared.

    Hugs and chocolate,
    Shelly

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  4. Another sublime intro, Michael I'm hooked. Huge congrats to Susan. This looks like a great read. Oh, and I'm totally intrigued by that cover!

    ~VR Barkowski

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  5. Exciting blurb!

    Have a great weekend, Michael and Susan.

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  6. Sounds like an awesome fantasy adventure! Congrats, Susan.

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  7. Good luck to Susan on her book. Looking forward to ending the second week tomorrow!

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  8. Susan's book sounds really exciting!

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  9. Fun intro and congrats to Susan :)

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  10. Good luck, Susan. May your sales be magically high!

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  11. I keep a list of books for my boys...they love to read at night and we are always on the look out. Thanks for sharing, Michael!

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  12. Sounds interesting, and I will drop by Susan's blog.

    I'm assuming the Elfin powers are somewhat impressive. I'm partial to anything elven, and this type of fantasy.

    Doing great so far in the intros, Michael.

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  13. What a great find this site is. Thanks

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  14. Your intros continue working their magic of piquing my interest.

    Good luck to Susan and may this magical story have magical sales :-)

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  15. You really need to charge for this service, Michael. You do an absolutely splendid job with your intros!

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  16. So awesome. I'm currently reading one of Susan's books! I recognized immediately what you were writing about.

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  17. Oh my gosh! Michael, if I ever get a movie deal (LOL) I want you to write up all the publicity. You're are awesome. Thank you a million times.

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  18. Another great introduction, Michael.

    Best of luck, Susan.

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  19. Wonderful intro to Susan's book. I still have the original version of it on my shelf.

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  20. Very cool! I love how you do these, Michael.

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  21. I really enjoyed Susan's book - she's a great writer! If you like fantasy, you'll love it!

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  22. I hadn't heard about this book yet, sounds like another great one. Congrats to Susan and happy weekend to you, Michael!

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  23. Hi Michael .. I must get across to Susan's blog .. and check out her books .. the scent rolling in with that sea .. cruel indeed ..

    Cheers and thanks for giving us some background to Susan's Keepers .. Hilary

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  24. I think I woke up in Futhark once...

    Great premise!

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  25. Fantasy adventure... sounds exciting!
    I love the cover illustration!

    Writer In Transit

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  26. Sounds awesome! Heading over to follow now...

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  27. Now this sounds like one epic adventure. I am adding this to my list for sure. I want to battle some Fell beasts.

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  28. I've read the first two books in this series and really enjoyed them. I'm hoping to read the rest of the series soon.

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