Meet a young author: Andrew McDowell #guest post

Dear Readers,

Andrew McDowell, the author of Mystical Greenwood in his own words:

“Though I know why I write , pinpointing what first inspired me to start writing is still difficult to answer. As I’ve said before, as a child I relished in my imagination, putting myself in different worlds. I’ve always loved stories, both written and dramatized. Plus, due to my Asperger syndrome, throughout my life I’ve had a variety of strong interests which I pursued learning more about. Maybe it was a combination of all these factors coming together at the right time. Certainly now as a writer, I want to keep trying different forms and genres, to keep learning and growing.”

Visit Andrew’s site here 

Mystical Greenwood, Book I of One with Nature

Publisher: Mockingbird Lane Press

Dermot is a fifteen-year-old boy living in the land of Denú who has always longed for something more in life. His life changes when he encounters a gryphon and a mysterious healer. Drawn into a conflict against one determined to subjugate the kingdom, Dermot and his brother Brian are forced to leave their home.

 A legendary coven must now reunite, for they are Denú’s greatest hope. In the course of meeting unicorns and fighting dragons and men in dark armor, Dermot discovers a deep, sacred magic which exists within every greenwood he crosses through, but his own role in this conflict is greater than he suspects. Can he protect those he loves, or will all that’s good be consumed by darkness?

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40 thoughts on “Meet a young author: Andrew McDowell #guest post

  1. Wow, I checked out Andrew’s blog, what an accomplished writer. Thank you for directing us to his writing, I have no doubt your support means a great deal to him 🌸💖🌸💖 xo

     
    1. Good morning, Drew.
      Thank you so much for reading. I hope Andrew reads your your comment.
      Hope you are well, too.

       
  2. Nicely done, Andrew. Very proud of you. An☺️ I just went and put your book on my night stand. Actually the saint did it for me. Either way, it’s there. And I shall read it. Cheers!

     
    1. Could you please leave this comment on Andrew’s blog? I want to make sure he reads it.
      Thank you!

       

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