I’m not good at this. I paused for about 20 seconds trying to fix something so don’t stop if you think the sound went away. Also, the stinking dog started barking, but I didn’t want to restart this for a third time. Plus, I don’t think you’re supposed to laugh when your reading, but I did. So…ENJOY!!
Here we go. The first chapter of the first book of the first series I wrote for the first time. This is (dramatic pause) The Razing. Muuaaaahhhhahahhaha!!!!!!
After two years (I think) I’m finally going to (attempt to) read through the book series and explain tantalizing details of immense proportions (“OOOOooooooo….cool,” said all the people). This is only the beginning of an exciting journey that we can all take as we head (dum, dum, duuuummmm)…Into The East.
“Father, this looks like an actual picture; like it was taken high above Araz. In fact…,” Ravizu paused as he drew nearer to the screen, “…it looks like this image was, somehow, captured while standing on Evla. But how is that possible?”
~ Taken from book two, Into The East: The Returning, chapter 16.
I’ve always been fascinated by this story of an unknown satellite orbiting the earth that apparently was not put their by modern man. If you’ve read my series, you will find that I incorporated something similar into the book.
I can’t help but wondering if it was like an Alexandrian Library in the sky. Sorry to be so vague on that point. I guess you’ll just have to read the series to find out more. 🙂
The one criticism that I’ve heard the most about the Into The East series is the use of “funny words”. In this video I hope to explain why they are there, and what purpose they serve.
Also, I’m looking for really great software to capture audio, video, and screen at the same time, because what I used, wasn’t it. I captured the screen and voice, but the video would never sync up, hence the gray box in the corner of the video that does nothing.
Bare with me as I work out the kinks.
I’m just about ready to do my next video. Sorry for the delay. My regular life gets in the way of my book life.
BUT…here’s another piece of information ripped from the headlines that parallels the world of Araz. Enjoy!
You can still get an autographed hard copy from here. We still can purchase hard copies from on publisher, even though they are not available to the general public.
All prices include the author’s autograph, taxes, shipping and handling. This is the best price out on the web
The Bottom Line: Fans of A.G. Riddle’s The Origin series will be happy to discover J.A. Davis’ engrossing blend of swords and sci-fi.
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