Ring Binder by Ranee Dillon
Synopsis: “All power is borrowed, even ours. Eventually, it too will set as the moon rises.” ~ Samuel Lonary, Beyond the Veil (Character from Ring Binder)
Destiny. Power. Bindings.
All words from my childhood. Fairytales I once believed in, but everyone has to grow-up and live in the real world. At least, that was what I thought before the Iska appeared.
The townspeople thought Gran was crazy. In truth, so did I. Would you believe someone who told you an evil race of beings hunted you, and only you had the power to save the world? Yeah, I didn’t believe her either.
Then why did I feel so guilty? Well, the why was easy. Because she’d been right all along. The Iska hunted us both and I led them right to us.
But guilt and regret couldn’t change the fact that I’d rejected my destiny, destroying so much. My only choice was to find out why she left our people, the Mutaní, and uncover the secrets she worked so hard to protect me from. In doing so, her truth would become mine…
My name is Allison, and I am the Ring Binder.
Coming June 2013 from Evolved Publishing
I create universes in my head—fully formed, completely interactive worlds that play on loop until they forced me to pull out my pen. At which point, I hide away in my writing cave—okay, not an actual cave, but it is really cold—while I wrestle with words and characters until a novel is born. After the bright lights and trumpet sounds fade, the real work begins.
No matter what challenges novel writing presents, I wouldn’t trade a single moment for anything.
As the mother of four beautiful children, I wanted to ensure that my munchkins were able to see the magic in everyday life, that even the most ordinary of objects have a story to tell. You just need to look at them in a different light.
From this concept, The Binding of Twelve series was born, the first in my quest to bring the universes I carry to life.
For me, each moment is part of a journey. Every person I meet, and each adventure that sweeps me away, is filed in the recesses of my mind to later become a resource. I use these experiences to create the foundation for both characters and locations in my novels. I’m a firm believer that in order to write about life, you have to live some of it.
This is just the beginning of my writing journey. I have many more adventures planned for my readers. Hope you have fun exploring my universes! *Heart Hugs*