My new book: Blood Brothers: The Night of the Wolf is available for purchase through Barns and Nobel, Amazon, and Xlibris bookstores.
Sherry Cottle Graham, LIMA, Ohio – Author and amateur archeologist Sherry Cottle Graham weaves pre-Columbian Native American myth with the artifices of her creativity and imagination to tell a tale of fantasy, romance and adventure. Her new novel follows the heroic journey of “Blood Brothers” (published by Xlibris) as they navigate a strange and mystical land where shamanic peoples live with supernatural beings, giants, spirit-priests and overshadowing empires.
The narrative conveys universal themes of self-discovery and empowerment as it chronicles a boy’s journey and struggles to find the path that will turn him into a powerful medicine man, capable of controlling the supernatural forces to banish a demonic spirit from the man that he loves. Graham further enriches her tale by conveying her appreciation and knowledge of native North American mythology, art and history. Her creation is a portrait of that lost world, much like the imagery sculpted in the earthworks artifacts the ancients left behind – a product of imagination made more authentic by the realistic elements it incorporates, recreating the spirit of a forgotten era.
“I want my readers to learn the sacred knowledge that has been hidden for so many centuries. I want this to be in a fun way that stimulates the imagination and encourages the readers to understand and to use this knowledge to help them deal with the obstacles that complicates their everyday lives.”