Dark Fantasy

Death, Prison, and a Son’s Desperate Search For Answers

February 7, 2013
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Indie author S.M. White

All Ages have a living darkness. In some, it is long buried. In others, it lives and thrives.

And then there is the darkness no one sees, the patient darkness that reveals itself only when all light fails.

The Pale Hand of God
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In an Age of fallen heroes, stolen princesses, and a city prison, the world balances upon the blades of haunted men.

In S.M. White‘s dark fantasy “The Pale Hand of God,” behind the walls of the clergy-controlled prison city of Iban Su, Lainn Sevai endures. But after losing his father and brother, Lainn finds the determination to seek freedom, following in the footsteps of the man whose iron tutelage molded him into one of the fiercest warriors Iban Su has ever known.

In the process he discovers his father’s terrible secret, and uncovers the thousand-year mystery as to why the prophesied End of Days never came to the world.

And that sets in motion a terrible future.

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The Indie Author Life

A ninja?

In an interview with Angella Graff at Indie Reviews, S.M. White was asked, “Tell us something unique about yourself you’d love your readers to know” …

I put this up on my biography page on my website, but most people are going to think I’m joking. But here I state: when I was young I spent all my free time training to be a ninja. I would watch martial arts movies and read books, then I would go out and emulate. I did it all, the flips, the smoke bombs, the night-time prowling. Now, as I’m older, I appreciate younger Shawn for all his hard work; I’ve always been in wonderful shape and have developed a keen coordination that’s made me a fine athlete.

Read the complete interview here.

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