THE MAKER OF WORLDS by David Litwack

 THE MAKER OF WORLDS  David Litwack   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~   GENRE:  Fantasy   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~


David Litwack 


GENRE:  Fantasy 



THE MAKER OF WORLDS  David Litwack   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~   GENRE:  Fantasy   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~

If you had the chance to remake the world, what kind of world would you choose? 

When tragedy strikes Lucas Mack's young life, he desperately yearns to escape its sorrow and takes an improbable leap through the mythical maelstrom. Rather than splashing down on the far side like his neighbours, he's transported to a magical realm where he has the power to redefine not only who he is, but the world in which he resides. 

As he stumbles about trying to find his way, he meets Mia, an equally troubled fellow pilgrim. With the help of a mystical guide and an aging wizard, they navigate the enchanted land while learning to control their newfound powers. Yet this realm is more complex than they expected, with seasoned sorcerers who've been corrupted by the sinister side of magic. 

Limited by natural law and seduced by magic's power, they are tested as never before. Will the gift of magic bring renewed hope or drive them to the edge of the void? 



Nowhere a dock or a mooring, not so much as a hint of early morning smoke rising from a chimney. Nowhere the cottages of Queen’s Hill. Nowhere houses at all. As I gaped, the edges of branches shimmered as if undecided whether to remain intangible or become real. In a panic, I realized the folly of this quest. Better to return to a safer, albeit gloomier life, to go back through the portal at once. 

Behind me, the maelstrom still swirled, a fleeting comfort as it had started to recede. While I stared at the last link to my old world, the orb diminished, shrunk to a size I could cover with my hand, and then to that of the tip of my thumb. Before I sloshed more than two steps closer, it winked out. 

Now, to the north and the south, nothing showed but water. I stumbled to shore, my movements causing the slightest wake in the surface, which lay so still I could make out my astonished features in the reflection. 

I’d spent much of my young life with Addy, like a mate sailing across a forever lake. She’d been with me through calm and storm. I’d yearned to find renewed hope on this side of the gateway and return home to a new life, yet now the gateway, like Addy, had vanished. 


AUTHOR Bio and Links: 

THE MAKER OF WORLDS  David Litwack   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~   GENRE:  Fantasy   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
The urge to write first struck at age sixteen when working on a newsletter at a youth encampment in the woods of northern Maine. It may have been the wild night when lightning flashed at sunset followed by the northern lights rippling after dark. Or maybe it was the newsletter’s editor, a girl with eyes the colour of the ocean. But he was inspired to write about the blurry line between reality and the fantastic. 

Using two fingers and lots of white-out, he religiously typed five pages a day throughout college and well into his twenties. Then life intervened. He paused to raise two sons and pursue a career, in the process — and without a prior plan — becoming a well-known entrepreneur in the software industry, founding several successful companies. When he found time again to daydream, the urge to write returned. 

David currently lives in the Great Northwest and anywhere else that catches his fancy. He no longer limits himself to five pages a day and is thankful for every keystroke for the invention of the word processor. 





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  1. Thank you for featuring THE MAKER OF WORLDS today.

  2. This looks like a book I will thoroughly enjoy. Thanks for sharing.

  3. The blurb and excerpt sound good.

  4. Looks like a very interesting book.