What I want to say to everyone who reads one of my books...
(Oh did I mention Weaver of Dreams when live on Amazon today?)
If you enjoy this sneak peek from my coming story, Weaver of Dreams, I hope you'll leave a comment and let me know.
Humans had no idea Dream Weavers used what they called mirrors as portals. The reflective glass was a perfect cover to hide what lay within. Looking from the human world, people only saw reflections of themselves and their surroundings. But from the other side the vortex was an entryway from the Dream Weaver world. A threshold he used to enter or see into the human dimension.
This night he opted to use it as a window, remaining in his dimension as his eyes scanned the room. He needed to be sure not to alert the Dream Stalker. The negative emotions from the human’s dream came through the portal, making him feel uncomfortable. They coated his energy, wrapped around him like tentacles.
He’d never experienced such strong emotions. They weighed heavily upon his energy, surrounding him. Enticing him. But he pulled back, grateful for once that the only way he could absorb the strong emotions would be to push through into the human dimension and take human form.
His gaze swept the modest bathroom. The walls were painted apartment white, blue towels hung from a bar across from the mirror. He looked down on a utilitarian sink and white counter top. Zane was just about to push through the portal and take his corporeal form when movement from the corner of the room caught his eye. He froze, waiting.
Was this the source of the negative emotions? The Dream Stalker?
Before him appeared a human form wrapped in a white towel. The person stood facing away from the mirror, but Zane knew two things. One, there was no doubt this was a woman. The way the towel hugged her slight curves, conforming to her toned body told him that. And two, this was not one of his kind. He’d have sensed another Dream Weaver immediately which meant she had to be human.
Weaver of Dreams
COPYRIGHT © 2013 by Brenda Sparks
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How I felt finding out A Midsummer Night's Demon is free this week of my birthday.
Guess what?! Tomorrow is my birthday. So what, you ask? Well to celebrate my publisher agreed to give my readers a gift.
From March 12-16 my debut novella, A Midsummer Night's Demon will be free. And hey, who doesn't like a free book, right? So if you'd like a copy, please click on the image to the right and enjoy my gift to you.
Without taking extraordinary risks, you will live an ordinary life. Follow your dreams, take the risk. You never know where life may take you.
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