The Amber Ring by A. L. Walton
(A Novella)

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At the age of ten, Sofia Corona saved the Fairwoods from the malevolent grasp of the Cedar Witch and her goblin army.

Two years later, she drowned unceremoniously in the lake behind her Oregon home.

In the months following the Heroine’s death, when the Fairwoods face a resurgence of goblin attacks, they are forced to turn to Sofia’s cynical twin sister, Maya, for help. Although she wants nothing more to do with her sister’s fanciful adventures, Maya comes to realize that this one last favor could give her the closure she needs to put Sofia’s memory to rest and move on with her life.

With her twin’s magic ring and faithful gryphon companion, Maya embarks on a reluctant journey of whimsical antics and unwitting self-discovery in this stark but humorous fairy tale.


About A. L. Walton

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A former network administrator and software developer for the U.S. Department of Defense, A.L. Walton (otherwise known as Piscis - or simply "the fish") currently resides in Boise, Idaho, where he spends a good chunk of his time making stuff up and putting it on paper. And writing music. But mostly the other thing. You can follow the author at or @TheSpaceFish on Twitter.
Published March 15, 2013 by Acaleph Media. 110 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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