Hillsboro, Ore. author publishes new Ebook - Broken Sigil, available now at Amazon and Smashwords

Hillsboro resident and Century High School graduate Sarat Fegurgur publishes new epic fantasy tale "Broken Sigil." Available for download from Amazon.com and free for a limited time at Smashwords.com.
"Broken Sigil" by R. Vilante, was written over 4 years during his lunch breaks.
"Broken Sigil" by R. Vilante, was written over 4 years during his lunch breaks.
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May 3, 2012 - PRLog -- HILLSBORO, Ore. – Hillsboro resident and Rick Vilante recently published his new, full-length fantasy novel “Broken Sigil”.  It is currently available at Amazon.com and Smashwords.com.  In addition, the book is available as a free download from Smashwords until May 5th, 2012.

Written over the course of four years, “Broken Sigil” centers around an ordinary courier named Jalen Winstone.  When he is sent on a delivery in a distant city, he becomes embroiled in the beginnings of a full-scale war, in addition to finding out that his family faces grave danger if he cannot finish his mission.  Faced with betrayal on all sides as well as from within, Jalen discovers just how much he’s willing to sacrifice for his family, even if it means sacrificing his life.

“I’m just excited to finally get this out there and done.  I’m hoping it’s the start of something big.  In the end, I just want people to enjoy my stories,” said Vilante of his book.

A graduate of Century High School’s class of ’99, Vilante has had no formal training in writing, instead, opting to learn everything about producing a novel from writer’s groups, books, and experimentation.

“The first draft was handwritten, and absolutely horrid,” said Vilante.  “When you compare the first draft to what’s in the book now, it’s barely recognizable.”

Initially published on May 21st, 2012, the book has had over one hundred and seventy downloads due to it’s free-price promotion on Smashwords.  The book typically retails for $2.49.  It has already received a five-star review from a user on goodreads.com., who called it “a great story” and is anticipating the sequel, which Vilante has stated is already in the works.

About Smashwords.com

Founded in 2008, Smashwords operates the world’s leading ebook publishing and distribution platform serving authors, publishers, readers and retailers. Smashwords makes it free and easy for the world’s authors and publishers to instantly publish and distribute their books as multi-format ebooks. Smashwords puts authors and publishers in full control over the pricing, sampling and distribution of their works. Authors and publishers receive up to 85 percent of the net proceeds from sales of their works. Smashwords has distribution relationships with leading online retailers such as Apple, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Sony and Diesel eBooks, and leading mobile e-reading apps including Aldiko, Stanza, Kobo, FBReader and Word-Player, spanning all major mobile platforms including Android, Blackberry and iPhone. Privately held Smashwords is based in Los Gatos, California, and can be reached on the web at http://www.smashwords.com/.

About Rick Vilante

Originally from Portland, Rick attended and graduated from Century High School.  Broken Sigil is his first published book, although he already has several follow-up projects underway.  He currently resides in Hillsboro with his wife and two children.  He can be followed on twitter at @Rickvilante and located on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ky-Ren-Publications/1571521....

Broken Sigil is available on Smashwords at www.smashwords.com/books/view/153976 or on Amazon.com at http://www.amazon.com/Broken-Sigil-ebook/dp/B007WIT05Y/re...
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