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What is Daearen?
Deaeren means Earth in Celtic and Welsh and it is a different Earth in Daearen. The Daearen Realms is a series of books in the fantasy world created by me, Emmy Gatrell.
As you read the series you will be exposed the Realms of Daearen. The first book is Meanmna, according to Scottish Gaelic-English Dictionary is spirit, morale and courage. All three of the attributes of Meanmna will be needed for Sarette to finish her journey in the Daearen Realms. Meanmna is the story of the Spirit Realm.
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The reviews are coming in for Meanmna. Many thanks. Here are some the comments to date:
“Emmy Gatrell takes us into a wonderful world of intrigue and a little magic.”
“I finished reading it in one day and loved it.”
“The fast-paced story is intriguing, the characters are well developed, and there’s a love story to boot!”
“The fantasy world created by the author was well described in rich detail”
“The end leaves the right amount resolved and open. Looking forward to the next one.”
Check out the amazon page for Meanmna for the latest reviews or just to buy a copy.
Thanks for everyone’s continued interest and feedback. Back to working on book two, more than half way there I think.
4 thoughts on “Welcome to the Daearen Realms!”
I absolutely loved, loved this book! Sarette was amazing, a strong and hilarious heroine. Elwin was awesome and I am so glad they had their happy “ending”. This story was imagination at it’s very best and so well done, too.
Wish she would get an editor because then this book would sky rocket to the top of the sales chart! There were sentences that were mixed up so they didn’t make sense until I studied them and rearranged them in my mind. Not so great when you are enjoying yourself. Also some words were used in the wrong way, some that happen in other books, too. Peaked at someone is not correct. A peak is on a mountain top. You PEEK at someone or something. Also she had someone ringing their hands. Should have been wringing: To clasp and twist or squeeze (one’s hands), as in distress. Even with all that it was an incredible book and I cannot wait for the sequel. Please tell me there is going to be one! Not criticizing, just hopefully trying to help with some issues. This book Rocks!
Thanks for taking the time to provide the feedback. Those goofy sentences, just send me an email. I’d like to review them for a future rev. I’m so glad you enjoyed it and really glad I took the chance on writing it with positive comments like yours. Thanks for helping make it better. I’ve already uploaded the fixes you pointed out, stuff gets missed sometimes.
I am reading your wonderful book again to see if I can find those sentences again. I don’t mind at all getting to join Sarette and Elwin again. Awesome book in case I forgot to tell you. 🙂
Well, now I’m more than honored Joy. You rock! Happy Wednesday.