Top Drawer News — Shoutout to a Fellow Author

Thanks for sharing this!

Our on-line friend and fellow Musa author Sharon Ledwith’s gift read is available starting today at the Musa Publishing web site, and will be available until the end of December.

Sharon’s middle grade/young adult short fantasy story, The Terrible, Mighty Crystal, is a spin-off from Legend of the Timekeepers, the first book in Sharon’s Timekeepers series. The Terrible, Mighty Crystal features the cross-eyed seer Shu-Tu, and reveals a little background on how and why she became a seer.

Terrible Mighty Crystal CoverThere is the known and the unknown.
And then there is the unknowable.

A rumor around Atlantis whispers that the mighty crystal has the power of resurrection. Fourteen-year-old Shu-Tu believes this to be true and will do whatever it takes to bring her father back from the dead. Recruiting two trustworthy classmates, and with the help of her beloved teacher Thoth, Shu-Tu sets out to change her father’s fate, and right a wrong.

Instructed to meet Thoth at his grotto, Shu-Tu and her friends are forced to flee underground, and must follow the maze of passages to find another way out. There, they come across a baboon-headed human hybrid possessing a rare firestone—one of six harvested from the mighty crystal—which has the power to restore life. Shu-Tu agrees to play the hybrid’s bizarre game to win the firestone, knowing that if she loses, she loses her father forever.

Great read, great price. Who could ask for more?

Click on over to Musa Publishing and grab your free copy of The Terrible, Mighty Crystal.

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Sharon Ledwith is the author of the middle-grade/YA time travel series, THE LAST TIMEKEEPERS, available through Musa Publishing. When not writing, researching, or revising, she enjoys reading, yoga, kayaking, time with family and friends, and single malt scotch. Sharon lives in the wilds of Muskoka in Central Ontario, Canada, with her hubby, a water-logged yellow Labrador and moody calico cat.

Connect with Sharon at her website, on her blog, on Facebook, or Twitter.

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5 comments on “Top Drawer News — Shoutout to a Fellow Author
  1. Helen, Lorri, thank you so much for your kindness and support in sharing my free short story! Really appreciate author friends like you who go above and beyond for others! Cheers and wishing you and your families a happy and safe holiday season.

  2. Thanks, Sharon, for the perfect book for my granddaughter. And thank you, HL, for posting this!