Brett Armstrong, author of the award-winning novel, Destitutio Quod Remissio, started writing stories at age nine, penning a tale of revenge and ambition set in the last days of the Aztec Empire. Twenty years later, he still tells stories enriched by his Christian faith and a master’s degree in creative writing. His goal with every work is to be like a brush in the Master artist’s hand and his hope is the finished composition always reflects the design God had in mind. He writes to engage, immerse, and entertain with deep, thoughtful stories. Continually busy at work with one or more new novels to come, he also enjoys drawing, gardening, and playing with his beautiful wife and son.
You can learn more about Brett by visiting his website: BrettArmstrong.net
Coming in April 2019 from Brett Armstrong – Quest of Fire: The Gathering Dark:
The harshest reality Anargen ever faced in his tiny village is one day having to work in the regional mines—and finding a way to talk to the girl of his dreams, Seren. After Anargen pledges his loyalty to the ancient High King, strange things begin happening and Anargen find himself torn from his home and loved ones on a journey north with three other young knights chosen for a special quest. Their mentor, Sir Cinaed, has been asked to arbitrate a centuries old dispute between the men of Ecthelowall and the dwarves of Ordumair. Cinaed neglects to mention that the dwarves loath the knight order to which Anargen and his friends belong. Worse still, an arcane evil known as the Grey Scourge begins stalking them and it becomes obvious there is more at stake than a petty rivalry. The Grey Scourge is determined to ruin the peace talks and ensure a lost treasure held by the dwarves is never found by the four youths for whom it was meant. As the negotiations degenerate into open conflict and the Ordumair’s fortress is besieged, Anargen and his friends fight not just for the survival of the dwarves, but the fate of their world.