Monsters of Our Own Making

Monsters of Our Own Making

by Joyce Sully
Monsters of Our Own Making

Monsters of Our Own Making

by Joyce Sully



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Darby-on-the-Sea has all the usual features of a small village: market days, a churning rumor mill, a few local celebrities, a monster-haunted rock out in the bay. What it doesn't have is much use for outsiders. Then Minna stumbles into town, groping toward the possibility of a friendly voice and shelter. Blindfolded, road-filthy, and still hiding from the misfortune that drove her from her home, Minna has no choice but to throw herself on their mercy.

Pinewood arrives just in time to save Minna from the help and grasping hands of the local cheat. Regarded as a hero, Pinewood has the villagers' awe, room to spare in their cottage, and origins more shrouded in mystery than Minna's own. Minna cannot resist Pinewood's kindness, but with a secret like hers, a hero may be the last thing Minna needs.

MONSTERS OF OUR OWN MAKING is a One Afternoon Adventure, running about 10,000 words.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150901971
Publisher: Joyce Sully
Publication date: 10/27/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 751 KB

About the Author

Joyce Sully believes in magic and dragons and ghosts, but is not convinced their next-door neighbors are real. So they write stories. Really, what else could they do?

Joyce lives in Central California. Moving there made them consider a career change: engineer developing teleportation technology. In an alternate universe, they raise and train horses, one of the oldest ways of getting around after our own two feet. Joyce pines for the future, but they plan to drag a few pieces of the past along with them.

In their universes, you’ll need your sense of wonder, a few good friends, and maybe a flamethrower.
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