A Hole In The Ice (The Weather Casters' Saga, #1)

A Hole In The Ice (The Weather Casters' Saga, #1)

by McCallum J Morgan

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A Hole In The Ice (The Weather Casters' Saga, #1) by McCallum J Morgan

An exhilarating race across Europe in a time between times; an epic fantasy adventure blending historical fantasy with steampunk elements. From the glittering ballrooms of Vienna, to the snowy peaks of Northern Europe with a cast of mermaids, beautiful pistol-toting women, a whole host of fabulously eccentric characters and a dressing-up box of disguises, A Hole in The Ice is an utterly enchanting epic adventure to discover a magical land that has long since been the dreams of madmen.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152717686
Publisher: Little Bird Publishing House
Publication date: 03/16/2016
Series: Weather Casters' Saga , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 578 KB
Age Range: 13 Years

About the Author

As a child, McCallum always wanted to write a book. He scribbled in notebooks, drew pictures, and lived largely in a world of make-believe. Into this fertile field a seed was planted. Notebooks began to fill and they didn’t stop. It was a soaring waltz with words among the silvery clouds and he loved it. He was thirteen.

     McCallum discovered the Institute of Children’s Literature and enrolled in their writing course, Writing for Children and Teenagers. For their second, advanced, course, he rewrote those bursting notebooks. Now McCallum is eighteen and working on the sequel, and enjoying every minute of it knowing that finally, it’s real. It’s not just a pile of notebooks anymore, it’s ‘A Hole in the Ice.’

     McCallum still draws and occasionally attacks an unfortunate piece of fabric with a sewing machine. He may be spotted around his home town of Bonners Ferry, Idaho, sporting his collection of bizarre clothing items, singing ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ in French, or at the bakery near his home, drinking a caramel macchiato. His day job is log home finishing. He lives with his parents in a house perched on the hillside twenty miles south of the Canadian border and takes his tea with milk and sugar in a cup and saucer.

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