Between the Covers — Broken Worlds With Tracy Lawson

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Tracy interviews Mike Ghere, author of the Broken Worlds series: “Classic Fantasy with a Techno-Twist!”

Innocent blood is spilled, unfathomable magic is called, and lightning arcs across the sky. The boundary between worlds is broken and a teenaged boy falls through the crack.…

Check out the first book in the series right here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0093KDUXC

 

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