Book Details

Fiction
Storm of Arranon

A forbidden birth. A remarkable young woman. A marauding alien society. The battle begins.

 

   A brutal alien society invades Korin and Arranon, intent on destroying the two worlds that make up Cadet Erynn Yager's home. Forced to expose her strange abilities and reveal her forbidden birth, a guarded web of secrets unravels.

   Stranded on an unfamiliar planet of eternal winter and predatory wildlife, the mysterious living consciousness of Arranon intervenes, leading Erynn on a mystical journey.

   Aware of Erynn's potential, the alien enemy pursues her. She struggles to gain control of her growing powers while in a constant race to elude the invaders, and join the forces preparing to fight a mounting occupation. 

   Erynn's secret may be her worlds' only hope, but at the cost of her life. Swept up in a chain reaction of events, Erynn's dedication extends far beyond service and duty. She learns the true meaning of sacrifice. 

   Along with courage and hope, Erynn finds something unexpected on her journey of awareness and growth.

   Love.

Author Details

R E Sheahan
I have always been a reader. I love books. When I'm not able to read, I listen to audio books. I started writing while working as a Paramedic/Firefighter in Northern California. Trust me, it's not like it appears on TV. There was plenty of time for books, mostly reading them. I didn't seriously start writing until I moved to my ranch in Oregon. While waiting for ewes to lamb in the middle of the night, I would head back to the house for an hour or two and sit down at the computer. Before I knew it, I had a manuscript. Not a good one, but a start. I joined critique groups and attended writer's conferences. I was on the fast track to learning. In 2013, I received an honorable mention in Writer's Digest's Self Published book awards for MG/YA. I guess I am learning something! Ideas from dreams follow me into warm sunny days or the quiet of falling snow. “What ifs” feed a vivid imagination. Even mistyped phrases may lead to an "aha" moment. Brain storming sessions standing in windy, dark parking lots with fellow writers release thoughts that pry at the corners of my mind, grasping for purchase. Sometimes the ideas pursue me, with persistence.