I started writing my first novel back in November of 2015 as part of National Novel Writing Month (or NaNoWriMo) and completed the task of writing the first manuscript for Ciphers to Neverland. Over the course of 2016, I spent much of time revising and reviewing my novel, trying to reach a place I was happy with the overall direction and plot of the narrative. The last half 2016 has been me trying to revise and send the manuscript to editors for critiques. As 2017 approached, I knew that it was time to stop delaying the inevitable and push for the finish line. It has been a long road, full of sleepless nights and lots of internal screaming. In any case, the light at the proverbial tunnel.

What’s the story about?

Rather just tell it, here’s the synopsis:

From a loud, punk-rock music filled college dorm to the bustling city life of downtown San Francisco; three lives undergo heartbreak, loss, and doubt. When each reach their lowest point, a mysterious figure named Mr. Black arrives and offers them an escape from their current sufferings. In their desperation some accept Black’s offer, unaware of the price until one of them unravels the truth. A truth spanning centuries and lifetimes, a legacy of failures and reincarnation in the pursuit for an elusive happiness. The last and final reincarnation seeks to reconcile lifetimes of disappointments and returns to a secluded town in Colorado to unearth the secret to life itself. The only hope is redemption and forgiveness from an unlikely person, a familiar face not seen in many years. But time is running out, Death approaches and will knock four times.



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