Introducing The Muse

Nomination number fourteen — The Muse by Fred Warren (Splashdown Books). Genre. Adult inspirational fantasy Description. Imagine you’re a writer searching desperately for inspiration. Imagine that one day, you find it, but in a way that seems impossible, that challenges […]
| Jul 15, 2010 | 1 comment |

Nomination number fourteen — The Muse by Fred Warren (Splashdown Books).

Genre.
Adult inspirational fantasy

Description.

    Imagine you’re a writer searching desperately for inspiration.

    Imagine that one day, you find it, but in a way that seems impossible, that challenges all your assumptions about reality.

    Imagine if inspiration could be fatal.

    Stan Marino needs a muse. He’s written himself into a corner…again. A shot of inspiration is all he needs to finish his story,..where is he going to find it? What Stan doesn’t know: Inspiration has found him, and it’s about to take over his life. Ripped from reality, he must lead a band of lost souls in a life-or-death battle with a merciless enemy.

    Stan has found his muse, but will he survive it?

What others are saying:

    I wasn’t sure what to expect when I picked up “The Muse” – fantasy? Mystery? A buddy adventure? Turns out it’s all three. Fred Warren has created an entertaining tale that explores a familiar topic: Be careful what you wish for … The dialogue is snappy, the action is taut, and the family emotion is strong and real. I would highly recommend “The Muse,” and hope Fred Warren continues to give us more of the fantastic!

    – Stephen Rzasa, review at Amazon

Learn more.
Read the first chapter
View video trailers: number 1, number 2
Read a review at Christian Fiction Review Blog and The Sixth Chair
Read an interview with Fred Warren at Building a novel

Obtain a copy of The Muse:
from Splashdown Books
from Amazon
from Barnes & Noble

Request a copy at a bookstore near you (ISBN # 978-0986451713)
Ask your local library to order a copy.

Best known for her aspirations as an epic fantasy author, Becky is the sole remaining founding member of Speculative Faith. Besides contributing weekly articles here, she blogs Monday through Friday at A Christian Worldview of Fiction. She works as a freelance writer and editor and posts writing tips as well as information about her editing services at Rewrite, Reword, Rework.

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LisaG
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Congrats Fred! Good luck!