Monster-boy: Lair of the Grelgoroth- Kindle Version Now Available!!

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The city of Silvershine is divided by a tall, concrete wall. On one side, live the wealthy and privileged humans. The occupants of the other side are curious and extraordinary monsters.

Zach Morgenstern's parents adopt Morton, a monster-boy, abandoned and discovered near the Wall. As the only monster on the human side, Morton faces challenges with fitting in. Especially when children of North Silvershine start to vanish, and it appears that the monsters are behind it.

Zach and Monster-boy take matters into their own hands. Crossing the Wall, they discover the cause of the disappearances - an ancient monster, the Grelgoroth. Buried deep underground, it has, with the help of a human scientist, been gathering power by using the energies of the stolen children.

Zach and Monster-boy must stop the Grelgoroth, rescue the kids, and escape back through the tunnels to safety before the mine collapses around them.

What neither of them anticipate, however, is the terrible temptation that Monster-boy feels to unite with the monster Grelgoroth against his adoptive human family.


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COVER REVEAL!

Take a look at the cover for Monster-boy: Lair of the Grelgoroth! I love it, and I hope you do too. The book will be available in May 2017. Check back for pre-order dates soon!

HUGE NEWS! I can finally reveal... I have signed a contract with WiDo Publishing for my Middle Grade series, Monster-boy! I can't wait to bring you more news and updates along the way, so please stay tuned! In the meantime, you can take a look at the press release here:

Ruth Fox’s Previously Self-pubbed MG Fantasy Accepted by WiDo Publishing™

Book 2 of The Bridges Trilogy is now available! Click here to order your copy!

Reviews for The City of Silver Light

"Beautifully written with intriguing world building" - Christina, Ensconced in Lit

"I heartily recommend this book at any reader who enjoys something a bit out of the general line." - Sally Odgers, Children's and Teen Fiction Author