Wyatt Arden thinks he leads a pretty normal life. He lives on a boring, everyday farm outside of a sleepy little town called Ven, doing boring chores for his mom when he’s not in school. He yearns for a chance to enlist in the Imperial Army and bring some excitement to his life, but he’s sure that will never happen.
Wyatt soon learns that it only takes one strange dream for everything normal about his life to change. In that dream, he envisions a beautiful, powerful sword, a blade linked to deep magic and even deeper mysteries. The dream precedes an unexpected series of events that lead Wyatt into a harrowing, life-altering struggle for the lives of his friends, his family, and the world as he knows it.
Wyatt must face vicious killers, dark schemers, and beings of such great power that their existence was erased from history. His only weapon? The Humming Blade.
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There once was a lost and confused 19-year-old English major. He wasn’t happy with the prospect of a lifetime of college debt, so he made a (potentially very foolish) choice to leave college and do it his way. The road thus far has been nothing short of interesting. Since that fateful day, Chris has worked as a restaurant manager, a bill collector, a salesman, a 911 operator, a technical support representative, and finally, a writer, all before the age of 27.
A longtime RPG nerd and fantasy lover, it was only natural for Christopher Clark to finally do the dang thing and write a novel of his own. The Humming Blade was the product of a successful Kickstarter and many, many coffee-fueled days of hard work and determination. It is a “bucket list” goal, but also the first step toward something greater; a career of telling stories instead of actually having a real job.
Books aside, Chris loves tabletop games and video games alike. He’s also something of a pro wrestling aficionado, so if you ever want to know obscure trivia about Japanese wrestlers, he’s your guy.