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The Edges Revealed

Posted on Mar 11, 2013 in Wembley Tewkes Series

Coming in Late 2015 About Book Three What if you turned out to be the fabled and magical scion to the long line of your own ancestors? What are the chances (and the dangers) of not only meeting, but being your own 50th Great-grandfather?   Coming...

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Wembley Tewkes: Living From Edge To Edge

Posted on Mar 11, 2013 in Coming Soon, Wembley Tewkes Series

Due in late 2016 ABOUT  BOOK TWO: What if the dreams and fantasies, hopes and fears of your life became real? When you find out that you can shoot lightning from your fingers, vanish things with a wave of your hand, travel through time and space at will, without any device or incantation, you just might be Wembley Tewkes. Power is growing in Wembley, and in his closest friends and family. But power for what? Where does it lead? As Wembley nears his 16th birthday everything is getting more weird than it ever was, and what was formerly unimaginable is becoming a daily, even hourly occurrence. Somehow, some way, Wembley is tied to 6th Century Britain. The people and visions and DreamTravels that have come into his life all lead him to that era. He is not alone! His...

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Wembley Tewkes: Imperfections On the Edge

Posted on Mar 11, 2013 in Banner, Fantasy, Fiction, New Releases, Wembley Tewkes Series, YA | Juvenile | Middle Grades

by C. Michael Perry Did you ever have a recurring dream only to wake up one day and find it was NOT a dream? Wembley Tewkes was born 14. At least to those around him in Yarmouth, Maine, it had always seemed like he could do everything he did now. He raised lambs that won the 4H every year. He was good in all his schoolwork, especially history. He was an Eagle Scout, volunteered at the library one day each week after school, was a championship swimmer, and a crackerjack tennis player. Wembley could do anything he set his mind to… … except talk to girls. He had known Brindi Williams since they were little. They grew up playing together, and then came — awkwardness. It just happened; he began acting strange around her. Wembley, strange? Well, he thought...

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