Ever Dark by Robert Segarra [NOOK Book]

Overview

Sometimes we take wrong turns in life, never realizing that there may be serious consequences.


Pen Salesman Bernie Ward has made such a turn, and it has plunged him into a world of scorcery, magic spells and murder. His only way out revolves around a clan of mysterious backwoodsmen who have foreseen his arrival.

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Ever Dark by Robert Segarra

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Overview

Sometimes we take wrong turns in life, never realizing that there may be serious consequences.


Pen Salesman Bernie Ward has made such a turn, and it has plunged him into a world of scorcery, magic spells and murder. His only way out revolves around a clan of mysterious backwoodsmen who have foreseen his arrival.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011417191
  • Publisher: Robert Segarra
  • Publication date: 7/14/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 519 KB

Meet the Author

ROBERT SEGARRA is a New York artist, writer, and musician with well over four thousand


writing, art and illustrated pieces to his credit.


The summer of 2007 will see the publication of three new works by Robert Segarra, including the


novel "STILL WAITING FOR THE SUN," which details the difficult life of an unmotivated


woman as she receives a very bizarre inheritance.


"MILLION DOLLAR HARRY" (A Multi-cultural novel) and "A HOME FOR AMANDA


ROMERO" (A young adult story) will soon follow “Still Waiting For The Sun.”


Some of his other book projects are "CROW HILL & OTHER POEMS" and the illustrated


children's books, "IF TIGER COULD TALK" and "THE CHRISTMAS MOUSE."


About a dozen of his screenplays have been produced as films and have aired on television, and


screened at film salons and festivals.


His latest project is currently in pre-production. It is entitled, “Last Chance To Dance With You”


- and it is a 21st Century love story.


There are countless other projects in the works as well.


His poetry has won numerous awards.


His artwork has been favorably reviewed in USA Today, and in other publications.


And, he has designed artwork, posters, flyers, and clothing logos for such institutions as The


Easter Seals Society of New York.


Over the years, his paintings have been a part of several New York City art exhibitions, a good


number of which have ended up in private collections.


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