Amelia, Battle for Ardentia takes the world by storm!

By: Dingo Dog Publishing
Amelia, Battle for Ardentia
Amelia, Battle for Ardentia
EUGENE, Ore. - Nov. 30, 2016 - PRLog -- This novella is about Amelia, a precocious, ten-year-old girl with a vivid imagination. In her alter-ego guise of a demigoddess warrior princess, she fights against a powerful demonic sorcerer named Romut and his horde of monsters in a never-ending series of battles to protect the people of her imaginary worlds. However, the true battle strikes closer to home when Amelia is diagnosed with a brain tumor.

Ardentia is a lush forest and home to the fairy folk. It's verdant trees, flowers, pristine waters, and wildlife is not only the heart of and soul of Amelia's make-believe world, but a symbol of her very existence. When Romut, a creature of pure evil that relishes is destruction and pain, invades the center of her being, Amelia must fight, not just for her people and their home, but for her very life.

The idea for this story came to me after my sister was diagnosed with cancer. This book, while not about her, is for her and everyone who battles this vile evil. 20% of all proceeds go to the LUNGevity Foundation or other cancer institutes. Thank you for your support.


    Amelia raced down the hallway toward the elevator at the end. The doors opened at her approach as if expecting her. Otis stood waiting inside with a broad smile plastered across his face.
  "Back so soon?" he asked as Amelia literally jumped inside the car.
  "Yep." She looked around the elevator car, her eyes locking on to a brass plate below the buttons. "Hey, you have your name on the elevator."
  Otis chuckled. "Different Otis."
  "Why couldn't my mom and dad see you?"
  "I'm only here for very special people."
  Amelia nodded. "Ah, because I'm a warrior queen."
  Otis touched his index finger to the side of his nose and pointed it at her. "Exactly. So, where would you like to go?"
  Amelia shrugged. "I don't know. You're the hotel expert. You pick a floor."
  "Oh, I haven't been that kind of elevator operator for a long time. I don't take people between floors, I take them to where they truly want to go."
  "Like where?"
  "Wherever you wish in time or space or somewhere in between."
  Amelia sucked in a long gasp. "Oh. My. God! Is this a Tardis?"
  Otis gave her a wink and a smile. "It's better than a Tardis."
  She touched the phone in her back pocket. "I sure hope they have cell reception there or my mom's gonna freak."

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