Trading to the Deeps

Trading to the Deeps

Home again, but with one more mystery to unravel. Who – or What – lies ‘Below’ the Library? And when will they return?

With trade goods going missing, and a need to build closer ties between the Library and the mantids, Marsh and Roeglin look to have their work cut out.

They must also find ways to train Tamlin and Aisha as one discovers how to step between spaces, no shadows required, and the other learns that lightning exists in more than just the dark…

…and then there is winter…

…and the threat haunting Marsh’s nightmares and eyeing the Devastation for conquest.

Join Marsh and Roeglin as they strengthen alliances and dig deep for what might just be the fight of their lives. Check out Trading to the Deeps today.

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About the Author
C.M. Simpson

with Michael Anderle

Born in Far North Queensland, I ended up being dragged over most of the state before the age of ten--and then into the Northern Territory and back, so that I attended four different primary schools and two high schools by graduation. In a country that inspires the imagination, and in towns that made me dream of worlds beyond my own, I started writing early, and reading voraciously.

In high school, I discovered writers like Anne McCaffrey, Harry Harrison, John Christopher, Douglas Hill and Alan Dean Foster. They kept me company--and semi-sane--through most of my young adult years, and beyond. I've done time in the Royal Australian Air Force, worked as a governess and teacher, and been an analyst, and, all that time, I kept writing, and exploring both my worlds and those I was privileged to be invited to share. Now, you can find my stories in ebook form at most of the major distributors. Thank you, for sharing this part of my journey with me.

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