Scott Ferrell


The year Scott was born was like any other, though a commemorative<br /> quarter was produced to celebrate his arrival (or so he assumes). He<br /> grew up in a place in America that’s a little too hot and now lives in a<br /> place in America that’s a little too cold. Growing up, he hated reading<br /> anything that didn't have cool drawings of muscular men wearing spandex<br /> punching other muscular men wearing spandex. That is until he found a<br /> book that transported him to a world full of knights, elves, dragons,<br /> and gods. In the time that followed, he’s devoured many worlds.<br /> <br /> A few years ago, he discovered a gateway to another world very much like<br /> Earth, but so very different. In the time that followed, he’s struggled<br /> with telling the story, but he is coming forward with a tale of another<br /> who was lured into a gateway much like himself. If there’s one lesson to<br /> be learned from this story, if you do find yourself on another world,<br /> keep your wits about you, trust sparingly, and let your imagination fly.

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This is a preview. After developing enhanced physical abilities, sixteen-year-old Conor Ferguson does what any teenager would do. He prowls the streets at night fighting crime. Conor’s concern grows when he notices a sharp upturn in muggings and assaults by teens his age. To make things worse, the perpetrators all seem to be teens around his age. With the help of his friends, Nathen and Carina, Conor must fight increasingly violent and mutating teens to save his family and the city, but can he fight the demons rising up in him?


The Gatekeeper (The Gatekeeper Trilogy Book 1)

Gaige Porter is special. He just doesn’t know it yet. When a strange girl shows up in his class after he dreamed of her, he doesn’t know what to make of it. He had never met her before. Things only get weirder from there. He is lured into a gateway to another world much like Earth, but very different. Along with Seanna Bryant and Aoife Connelly, he must face danger, friendship, and betrayal while he tries to figure out where he belongs and what it means to be a hero.