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At this time, Book 1 of Shadowsword, Children of the Dragon, is being rewritten. It is being given a complete overhaul. The current version is being left on ths site as a placeholder only. As such, please DO NOT READ. If you wish to read the new version, in raw form, it is being posted chapter by chapter, only on another site, Webook.com. If you already started reading the version that is here, feel free to visit my website at ravenclark.net for info on the change. The link to Children of the Dragon on Webook can also be found on my site, in the Links section.

I eat, sleep and breathe novels. My writing, and the books I read, are my life. I have a thing for gorgeous, domineering male characters, especially alien ones. It's even better if the darkness is a mask for the hidden-hero sweetheart, but true villainy works, too.

***NOTE*** To all Authonomites who have been kind enough to read, comment on and back Children of the Dragon, thank you. Your support has been fantastic, your feedback and advice invaluable.

Because there are fans on Authonomy who read my novel, I will not be removing Children of the Dragon from Authonomy, but I will no longer be accepting read-swaps, and will only be returning reads for specific books. Between working on the other site I use, and rewriting my novel, I am finding it impossble to keep up, and have decided to read only on Webook.com. Please know that no one has done anything to offend me, and it is not personal.

If you are reading or have read my novel, and you would like to join the fan page for SHADOWSWORD, the address is below.

Novels I am continuing to read on Authonomy:

Into the Master's Lair: Laurie A Will
Heros of Destiny: Kevin Wong
Blood Moon: Deborah Brown
The Adventures of Tarquin Seebohm Jenkins: Peter Ford
Nathan: Karen Blakeney

Oh and A.Viets, I will read yours as promised once it is public.

favourite books

Wheel of Time, Lord of the Rings, Let me Call You Sweetheart, Harry Potter, The Pleasure Slave, Of Mice and Men...and the list goes on. My absolute favorites are the high fantasy and long epics. The more complex the plot, and the longer the story, the better.

Email Raven Clark at pleblanc4567@gmail.com, or visit her website at ravenclark.net.

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The Shadowsword Saga - Vol. 1:....

Raven Clark

The hero of ancient Prophecies, she is destined to save her people...by destroying the world.

Alkaron is a medieval world inhabited by humans but lorded over by the Suvia Kyans, wielders of powerful magicks possessed by the dragons of long ago. Also called Dragonlords, they are a brutal half-human, half-dragon race that forces Alkaronians to revere them as superior beings, oppressing humans under the guise of protection and masking hatred with knight-like heroism.

There is an ancient Suvia Kyan Prophecy of a living weapon known as the Shadowsword, a hero destined to unite two worlds separated by hatred in a fight against evil. Unfortunately, fulfilling the Prophecies may carry a terrible price. To save the world from the Darkness, the Shadowsword must bring an end to the Light.

Helena is an Alkaronian farmer's daughter who is believed to be a witch due to her mysterious powers. Kyas Danshar is a renownd enforcer of the law among the Children of the Dragon. Despite this, he agrees to help Helena escape the inevitable fate that awaits her. But Helena knows better than to make a deal with a Suvia Kyan. As the legends say, a Dragolnlord's help always comes at a price no one wants to pay.

Cover by Bradley Wind

[C] Copyright 2009 Raven Clark


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Helen, you are a wonder to behold. Your comment has left me breathless, pierced my heart with its beauty, and brought tears to my eyes. You humble me with your words. From the bottom of my heart, and depths of my soul, I thank you. -Raven The Shadowsword Saga view book

I wrote 1555 days ago

THE GIRL FROM ITHACA I absolutely love stories with strong ties to Greek mythology and folklore, especially when they have elements of real histery woven in. That's what drew me to read this. I've just finished your first chapter, and it does not disapoint. Cherry, the writing in this is exce... view book

I wrote 1610 days ago

I have to say, I am not suprised Artistic Liscence is with an agent. What surprises me is that it isn't with a publisher. I meant to read the prologue, but I read up to the end of chapter 3, and I find myself regretting I cannot continue because life beckons. The pologue was brilliant, chiling a... view book

I wrote 1610 days ago

This is definately not my thing, but you have a good pitch and it seems intieguing for the genre you are aiming to please. Interesting twist, to set it in the time of Romio and Juliet, centering in the story of thier feuding families. The one thing I would advise, when you submit your novel for p... view book

I wrote 1615 days ago

A Child from the Wishing Well Raymond, when I read your pitch, I knew I was in trouble. I started reading (even though I no longer do that on here), fully intending to read one chapter, leave a fairly good sized comment and that'd be it. Before I knew it, I had finished chapter 4 without stopping... view book

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