New Contemporary Fantasy Novel Blurs the Lines Between Fantasy & Reality - Waking Dream: Devlin

What if the Universe was nothing more than a Waking Dream and certain people, Dreamers, have the ability to control it with a mysterious form of magick known as Weirdness.
Feb. 11, 2013 - PRLog -- The struggle for control of reality has begun.

In present day Virginia, high in the Blue Ridge Mountains of , there exists a strange town called Devlin, full of people known as Dreamers who have been hidden away from the rest of the world, protected by a mystery that has haunted the town since its founding. In their quest to understand the nature of their abilities, they uncover an insidious plot that has been designed by an ancient Immortal who is determined to enforce his will upon the earth, forever changing the nature of our existence.

Follow Auber Weir and the inhabitants of the Devlin as they attempt to uncover the identity of the Immortal trying to destroy them, embrace their Weirdness, and start a long journey to take back control of their world and the Waking Dream.

Embrace your Weirdness and help change the world.

Waking Dream: Devlin is the first book in a nine novel series which will culminate in the transformation of our world into something unlike anything anyone has ever dreamed before. This is the second novel written about the Waking Dream Universe by top selling indie author, Michael Hibbard. His first book, Immortal Memories -- available through Amazon in both Kindle and Trade paper back, is a collection of short stories about the lives of the Immortals that inhabit our world, expanding the mythos of the Waking Dream.

Available on Kindle, Nook and Trade Paperback through Amazon and Barnes and Noble

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