Curse Breaker | Indentured

Before Stars and Angels Sing, and Sarn’s extraordinary holiday quest to find the heart of the season, he was:

Indentured–one word with three syllables,
in its meaning is found a lifetime’s worth
of complexity, incalculable
problems that his signature, an X, birthed.
Yet fly to work he does for his master’s
waiting and Sarn’s running, chasing the bells
that chime the hours; yes run slave, run faster!
Mount Erendren’s bells wait for none to knell,
tell that day has ended for some, not you.
Night’s rising, moon’s winging o’er Shayari
and the Enchanted forest’s restless too.
Quick, smart trees, all a-glow, need you to see
what their daytime sport, that tends to distort,
did to folks, who came ‘neath trees to disport.

~ ~ ~

Read the rest in Curse Breaker: Enchanted


After an enchanted tree abducts Sarn, he’s thrust into a mystery revolving around a double homicide. Can Sarn protect his son, keep his masters happy and help the dead boy haunting him?

Look inside to find out. Read the first 15 chapters for free.

28 thoughts on “Curse Breaker | Indentured

  1. Ohh, I really love what you have done with your blog! The menu is easy to navigate, the background allows your colorful posts to display properly.
    Excellent choice!❤

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      1. Well I don’t exactly understand what’s happening but your writing is very engaging and descriptive! Is Curse Breaker something that you’re looking to publish, or is it something found only on your blog?

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        1. What don’t you understand? I’d love to know so I can look into fixing it. Yes this story is meant for publication. A copy editor urged me to approach a major pub house with it. It’s close to being done. Only a small portion of the story is published on my blog.

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          1. I mean I don’t understand what’s happening in the story because that’s the only part of it that I’ve read…like I don’t know how the story begins, or what part of the story I was reading. But maybe that’s just my fault!
            Yeah you should definitely approach a major pub house with this! You could definitely make it big time!

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                  1. No, it was just me. It says Part 1, and I just didn’t gather that. The story starts out with the character already in motion; something is happening right at the beginning. I just didn’t gather that. Trust me, you’re perfectly fine!

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