About A Forest Of Vanity And Valour
An aggressive debt collector banished from the kingdom. Now his life depends on his ability to help the less fortunate…
Vireo Reinhold relishes collecting his monarch’s proper dues. Working hard to prolong and fund the king’s never-ending war, the self-centered official revels in the perks of luxury that come with his unorthodox role. But his world upends when he unearths an ancient spellbook that promises to unlock a shadowy, forgotten magic.
Embroiled in a secret affair with a fellow noble’s wife, Vireo is mortified when he’s forced to commit an unthinkable act. Driven into exile, no longer able to coerce the vulnerable, and with the powerful tome in his enemy’s hands, the fallen agent’s only shot at survival hangs on his skills at saving others.
Can Vireo redeem himself as the people’s champion before they all fall to a sinister fate?
A Forest of Vanity and Valour is the dark first book in the Tales of Levanthria fantasy-retelling series. If you like fast-paced action, evil-to-good transformations, and classic stories with a twist, then you’ll love A.P Beswick’s ominous tale.
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I began writing when my children asked me to create a bedtime story for them.
I would spend most nights sat by their beds reading these to them and seeing my youngest daughters face light up as she intently listened to the words I had put together with such fascination was the most enjoyable experience for myself.
I had the idea for my first novel around six years ago, however it wasn’t until I started writing bedtime stories for my children that I gained the confidence to push myself to try and write it down.
It has been a real journey writing my story, from plotting and scene setting to character development I have had to learn a lot as I went along. I find writing therapeutic and often after a long or busy day at work, once my daughter is tucked up in bed I sit at my laptop and continue to work on my stories which helps me to unwind and relax.
Mental health is my vocation and my passion and I try to include topics subtly within my stories with the hope that one day someone might pick up my story, realise that they are not alone in the way they are feeling, that it is ok to feel that way and to talk to someone.