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Harmion: A new fantasy book series

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Harmion: A new fantasy book series

Part one of an original fantasy book series

Harmion is book one in an original fantasy fiction series. It has been a labour of love over the years with many committed contributors and after recently completing work on the book, it is finally ready to be published. Your support would help kickstart the challenging publishing process and make the dream of releasing this book a reality.


"An ancient world has been devastated by forty years of war. The reign of kings is over; the royal lines betrayed by those who had pledged to protect them.

Far to the south of the blood-lands, a small village clings to some semblance of life. Tritan, an ex-soldier born in the clutches of war, struggles to rebuild his. Bloodshed is all he has ever known.

Tritan is exiled from his village, his son is dying. His own father, the warlord Augustus is missing and so Tritan must confront his past and follow in his father’s footsteps. But will he redeem himself and discover the truth of a mythical cure before it’s too late?."


Richard comes from a background of working in the Film and Television industry and has been actively writing since the age of 14 when he discovered his passion for storytelling through making short films.

Since then he has developed his storytelling interests as both a musician and novelist and continues to work as a director of photography in the film industry with credits on recent projects How to build a Girl (written by Caitlin Moran), Military Wives, The Last Boy and Break.

Visit author webpage here: Richard A. Swingle

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