Waking Dream Series Roadmap

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Just to give everyone a taste of the things to come, here is a brief summary of the books due out in 2013 and 2014.

Transformation Series

Waking Dream: Devlin Book I [Due January 2013] — This is the first novel in the Waking Dream Saga and sets the stage for the inevitable transformation, of which One prophesied. The story centers around a small town in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia that has become an beacon to Dreamers from all over the world. Devlin is where it all begins with a plot by one of the prime Immortals summon a tidal wave of Weird that will change our world.

Waking Dream: Event Horizon Book II [Due in Fall of 2013] — This novel continues the story of how Dreamers and Immortals unite to determine which Immortal is truly responsible for the impending Transformation. They struggle to uncover a plot that was set in motion over the course of centuries. Though they cannot stop the Transformation, then must determine who best to weather the coming storm.

Waking Dream: The Unkindness Book III [Due in early 2014] — This is the culmination of the series, ending with the great transformation of the world and the unleashing of The Unkindness. Dreamers, Sleepers and Immortals struggle to survive the transformation as the world crumbles around them. With the Unkindness, things that were safely contained within the Spaces Between spill into our world, blurring the line between Dream and Nightmare.

Immortal Memories Collections

Immortal Memories: Volume II [Due in Spring of 2013] — This is a collection of stories to reveal further information about characters from Waking Dream: Devlin, and continue stories from the first collection of short stories. Who is the Fairy in Red? What happens to Justin from the Charnel House? What exactly is The Beast?

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Michael Hibbard

I am a writer of dark fantasy and southern gothic literature

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