The Bow of Hart Saga
The Bow of Destiny
Caught in a web of secrets after he is drawn into a quest for the mysterious Bow of Hart, Athson finds himself confronting his tragic past. Release date: 9/28/15 – Now available for pre-release reservation via these select retailers: Barnes & Nobel, Kobo & iBooks/iTunes app. Available NOW on Amazon – Kindle for pre-release orders.
Trading Knives is my latest book out now for free. This is a short story prequel of The Bow of Destiny and features one of the main antagonists from the novel. This e-book also contains a sample chapter from the novel. It’s available at these locations: Kobo, iBooks & Barnes & Noble, Smashwords and on Amazon
The Black Bag is my first published story. It first appeared on MindFlights (now defunct) in 2010. It was reprinted in OtherSheep in the Fall 2011 edition and subsequently won the short story contest at the SCW Conference in 2012. The story is now self-published and available on Smashwords at my author page. It is being reviewed for the premium catalog and should be available on all major e-book vending sites soon. Also available on Amazon, iBOOKS & BARNES & NOBLE. REVIEWS FOR
THE BLACK BAG ON AMAZON.
Reviews for The Black Bag:
“P.H. Solomon envelopes you in a world of witches where we wonder if the young girl can weave her way out of wicked trouble.”
“The Black Bag is a wonderful fairytale that introduces us to a young woman, Coryss, who has gotten herself into trouble with a gaggle of witches. As she stitches the burial bags for her mother and father, she faces a crucial decision. Does she stand and fight, or does she flee. The author has created a vivid world where you feel the sense of hopelessness when Coryss faces not just her enemies, but also those who may be able to help her. A well woven tale!”
“I love finding a short read on occasion, and this one was good. No big twists, but vivid images and a fun character. Easily read in one session is a bonus for me.”
“This is a great short story of 23 pages. It has it all: magic, witches, a need for revenge, and suspense. Well worth the 99p I paid for it :) So, if you’re in the mood for an entertaining quick read, do yourself a favour and buy this book!”