Rebecca Ethington has been telling stories since she was small. First, with writing crude scripts, and then in stage with years of theatrical performances. The Imdalind Series is her first stint into the world of literary writing. Rebecca is a mother to two, and wife to her best friend of 14 years. She was born and raised in the mountains of Salt Lake City, and hasn’t found the desire to leave yet. Her days are spent writing, running, and enjoying life with her amazing family.
Everyone remembered the day the sky went black. The day the sun was wiped from the sky. They remember the wind as it brought in the darkness; the way the earth shook and everything changed.
Everyone remembered the screams as the darkness ate those who were out in the open, those who had surrounded themselves by light, and those who made noise.
Everyone remembered the voice from the sky and the way food disappeared.
At least, that’s what I hoped. I hoped that there was an ‘everyone’ that would remember because I am not sure how many are left, how many survived. Or if anyone did.
I hoped that I wasn’t alone.
I remembered that day.
I remembered because it was the day I became alone.
It was the day that everything was perfect until the monsters took it away. Then the house went silent and the birds stopped singing. It was the day when everyone disappeared, everyone except the boy, the only person I have seen in two years.
The boy I talk to through the glass.
In her attempts to stop him, Wynifred has been captured and her magic
restrained. Chained up in the ancient dungeons of Prague, her fate is
left in the hands of her father, who has tried to kill her before.
Ryland’s screams and Sain’s fragmented sights as her only company, Wyn
must rely on something that has been hidden deep inside of her for
centuries to help them break free.
Ilyan’s whole life has been
building up to one purpose. Protect the Silnỳ. He knows what he must do,
and he has no doubt in his ability to do so.
But when his father’s
magic removes Joclyn’s mind from her body, he is left protecting the
shell of the one person he loves. Desperate to find a way to break her
free of her prison, he makes a choice. And that one choice changes
Now, Ilyan finds himself bound to Joclyn in a way that he never knew to be possible.
say that blood is thicker than water, but Black Water burns, and
Ilyan’s heart may not be strong enough to keep it pumping through his
veins and give the girl he loves back into his brother’s care.
Even if he can, it may not be safe to do so.