(The Scholar's Legacy Book 1)
www.amazon.com/Broken-Soul-Scholars-Legacy-Book-ebook/dp/B01M8JYL7BAfter being a slave for longer she can remember, Micasa escapes with her new friend, Hawke Morau. Soon after, she learns that Hawke's soul has been broken into fragments, each of which holds a different power from his past.
After the two embark on a quest to recover the pieces of Hawke's soul, Micasa learns of the mysterious essence that infuses all life - and grants its wielder powers that stretch far beyond the mortal realm.
As Micasa discovers the truth about the world they live in, she also finds out that there is a lot more to it - and Hawke - than she ever realized.
Savants of Humanity
(The Scholar's Legacy Book 2) Six years have passed since the Scholar, Hawke Morau, saved Micasa from a life of slavery. Since restoring Hawke's soul, the two have journeyed across the land of Astra, the last bastion of humanity against the demonic grinel, and worked together to help their people.
But soon, a single letter sets off a chain of events that forever alters the fate of the world. A conclave is approaching; a rare time where the grinel invite representatives of the human race to meet and discuss the possibility of peace. With the chance to finally confront the architect of their people's struggles, Micasa and Hawke race against time to build an alliance capable of meeting the almighty grinel head on.
Yet even humanity itself may stand between the two, and their goal.
Against All Instinct
Konta is a member of a nomadic tribe that wanders a dangerous world, where the change of seasons heralds increasingly deadly creatures. In this world, uttering as much as a sound can mean the difference between life and death.
But even in the direst circumstances, his people forge onward and carve their own path. From the calm of early spring to the relentless cold of winter, Konta's family and tribe move with the seasons... and face dangerous enemies and hardships.
Headstrong and resourceful, Konta sets to overcome the odds with a will of iron and grit. But nothing he achieves comes without sacrifice.
Meet Joshua Buller
Hey there! My name’s Joshua, and I’ve been fascinated with storytelling practically since I was old enough to talk.
A bit about myself, I suppose. I’m in my early 30s, born and raised in Sacramento (that’s the capital of California, in case you’re confused). I’m the second of five children, and I. Love. Fantasy.
Growing up I was one of those kids who would blurt out the first thing that came to mind and got all the awkward stares. Even at the age of five, I could go on tangential rants for almost an hour that went nowhere.
In elementary school, I had my first brush with the dark side of fantasy: fan fiction. I spent several of my formative years writing stories based off of favorite tv shows and video games of mine.
This continued on through high school as a group of friends and I made a roleplaying forum where we tried to collaborate on writing a single narrative between almost a dozen people. It’s about as easy as it sounds. Of course, it was moments like that that spurred me to eventually start trying my hand at writing original stories.
I’ve been working full time in the customer service industry since high school. It pays the bills, but doesn’t give me a lot of time to write, so I usually have to really make it count when I can. When I’m not writing, I tend to be either reading or playing video games. Fantasy and sci-fi novels, Japanese manga, RPGs- if it has a fantastical element to it, I’m interested. Reading in particular has always been a huge passion of mine. There’s nothing I enjoy more than a well told narrative and engaging characters.
On the other hand, I have a bit of a masochistic streak when it comes to movies and books as well. Oddly enough, I find immense satisfaction in reading a terrible book or watching a horrible movie. Well, part of that enjoyment probably comes from subjecting my friends to the same thing afterwards. Take it from me: if you show a friend Birdemic, and they’re still friends with you after that, they’re keepers.
I sincerely hope that people enjoy what I have out now, and know that this is just the beginning for me. There are dozens of other stories I’m dying to get out in the world, and if readers can find some enjoyment in what I create, then it’s more than I could possibly hope for.
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