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Kye and I are collaborating on this project, which makes it pretty darn special to me. She is an astonishingly good writer, better than me, certainly, so I am honored that she has chosen to bring this project to life with me.
It's going to happen very slowly--over the course of years--because she works her business during the day and her own personal projects at night. To give you an idea of how slow, this first volume is only six chapters long plus a prologue, and was written over the course of something like four years. We're a couple of chapters into the next volume, and hope to add a couple of more before the end of the year. They'll be released in short bits for reasons that, should you investigate, you'll quickly learn why.
It's a project that explores, among many things, the roles people play, and how difficult it is, in the end, to say that one type of person isn't more heroic than another. It also basically says without explicitly doing so that there shouldn't be two words for those who do heroic things--a hero or a heroine. There should just be one unisex term--hero.
I'm currently editing this first edition in order to release a second one, which will probably happen in February. For that reason this first edition is FREE until early February or thereabouts. It's a quick read, one I believe you'll very much enjoy.
You can download it at Smashwords, and at all associated retailers within a week, if not sooner.
The Imaginariverse, the source of all imagination in the Multiverse, has been taken over by an evil queen named Walmar Seburbia. Her plan? To destroy six potential heroes in two different universes who could thwart her intention to rule forever.
She traps the Conductor of Dreams, the spark that connects imaginations to the Imaginariverse, and shoves it into the Vortex Cannon. She's determined to stop these potential heroes at all costs.
Who are they? Find out in Book One of The Cheapery St. Heroes!