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Erren Grey Wolf















Name: Erren Grey Wolf

I was born in York, north of Toronto, Canada. My parents were immigrants from Great Britain. My mother is Scottish, my father is English, but both have a strong Irish ancestry. I was conceived in Durham County, England, before my parents immigrated to Canada, so I have joked in the past that I was manufactured in England and exported to Canada. Of course, that is just the physical vehicle to which I am referring. My Mum and Dad did not give birth to my soul, which is a great deal older than my Earthly vessel.

Website: http://www.errengreywolf.ca/

Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/errengreywolf

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Beneath-the-Surface/475574459149862?ref=stream

Email: errengreywolf@yahoo.ca.

Other info you might wish to know about my book:


THE LOST BOY
In Beneath the Surface: The Lost Boy, an unusual boy is born on a spaceship bound for the planet Midgard, but his very birth brings sorrow to his family. Out of grief for the death of their mother, Sean Archer blames and abandons his baby brother in the forest by an old oak tree. He goes away hunting, never realizing the full consequences of his heartless act. The mysterious Queen of the Forest finds the sad, abandoned child and comforts him. She notices he is able to see her subjects, the elementals (fairies) of her forest, and feels connected to him. While she holds the child in her arms, she gazes into his future, but upon witnessing visions of horrific events, she decides to steal him away into the Otherworld to protect him. When Sean returns and finds Erren gone, guilt strikes him down and he becomes repentant. He sees his mother’s spirit and she tells him, “The forest took him.” Sean then begins his noble quest to find his lost brother, to right the wrong he had done, unaware his search is awakening his latent telepathic gift. Inevitably, he comes to realize the longer he hunts, the more he doubts his sanity. The forest becomes haunted and there is a battle of wills as the mystical Queen Elaya tries to stop him from taking her little boy.

Beneath the Surface: The Lost Boy: Second Edition:
Print version ISBN-13: 978-1481929028 and ISBN-10: 148192902X.
Kindle version ASIN: B00AXOMYTS





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Colleen Colkitt















Colleen Colkitt is in her junior year at SUNY College at Brockport.  She studies Creative Writing, Communications, and Business Administration.  In between classes and work, Colleen spends her time behind the camera or editing footage at a computer for her school’s Television Production club.  While Ms. Colkitt spends time with her friends, she also steals time to add to her Origami paper crane collection and watch Netflix. 

With a preference towards satirical unrealistic fiction, Colleen takes inspiration for her work from friendships, family, and experiences with her coworkers.  One of the most influential authors for Ms. Colkitt has been Chuck Palahniuk.  Although she has tried to emulate his gritty style of writing, Colleen continues to search for her own voice through writing in isolation.  Ms. Colkitt’s plans for the future include writing more short fiction, as well as the completion of her manuscript for her first novel length piece.

Colleen has poetry published in Muddry River Poetry Review, Inclement Poetry, Bare Hands Poetry, and Poetry Bulawayo.  This is Ms. Colkitt’s first fiction publication. 

Contact Email Address: ccolk1@brockport.edu

Education: Junior at SUNY College at Brockport

Likes: Coffee, Snowcake soap, bagels from Panera, caffeine

Dislikes: ESPN, yoga pants, Mark Wahlberg, the nickname “Bean Dip”

Status: Happy in love



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