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Embark upon a thrilling journey of magical realism

It’s autumn 1976 in Bradenton, Florida. Troy Cooper is no ordinary eleven-year-old boy. He’s smart. Just ask him. He’ll tell you. His best friend is the ever-faithful, pragmatic, and unflappable Molly McPherson, who lives one street over. Together, they’ve been rummaging around in the old, abandoned Muldoon place for a long time. They’re about to find something in that dilapidated house, something that will change their lives, and forever change their view of the world.
Armed with a magical talisman and guided by a mysterious stranger named Sojourner, Troy and Molly confront evil, both human and supernatural, while traveling to multiple worlds. Along the way, Troy finds out he still has a lot to learn, while Molly proves stronger, smarter, and more resourceful than Troy ever imagined.

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Tilmer Wright Jr

I love to write. I love to read as well. Those things go hand in hand. At least they do for me. My stories cover multiple genres, but they have one thing in common. They are about people more than anything else. My characters are real. You might find yourself reflected in one or more of them as you read along. I hope so.

My goal is to provide engaging, escapist, and thought-provoking stories that are appropriate for all ages. You won’t find profanity, sex, or gratuitous violence in my books. You don’t need those things to write a good story. All that’s needed are great characters and a fertile imagination. If you are here, you are a reader. That means you already have both imagination and an understanding of what good characters are like. So, what’s stopping you?

I hope you like my stories, and I hope even more that you are encouraged to write some of your own. Click the “Read More” button below to learn more about me.

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Practicing an art, no matter how well or badly, is a way to make your soul grow, for heaven’s sake. Sing in the shower. Dance to the radio. Tell stories. Write a poem to a friend, even a lousy poem. Do it as well as you possibly can. You will get an enormous reward. You will have created something.

Kurt Vonnegut Jr