Silver Fire

Silver Fire is Volume One in my epic fantasy series, The Kaerling. It’s FREE!
When Otta finds Weird Stones on Weird Day, she is tasked with following the unicorn’s trail by an invisible yet powerful presence in the Shrine.
Her twin brother, Erl, loses his memory whilst hunting and can remember very little. Although Otta seems familiar, he cannot recall who she is.
Banished from their home and village, Otta and Erl follow the unicorn’s trail, seeking to evade those sent to pursue them. As they travel further away from home, their characters change and both must overcome the evil within them if they are to stay together.
In this volume, I explore how memory defines us. This narrative thread is not resolved by the end of the book but will continue into subsequent volumes. Erl’s loss of memory puts a strain on the twins’ relationship and Otta discovers that she is not as nice a person as she thought she was.
FREE to download at iTunes, Kobo and Barnes&Noble.
Amazon US, and Amazon UK are showing this book as FREE. If you find your country’s Amazon site is still charging for Silver Fire, let them know that you can get it FREE elsewhere! Please do NOT pay for this book. It should be a FREE download!

If you have time, take 1.30 minutes out of your day to watch my short film about Silver Fire at YouTube
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6 Comments on “Silver Fire”


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  2. hope you worked it out with amazon

  3. Libby Says:

    Reblogged 🙂

  4. Libby Says:

    Reblogged this on By The Wobbly Dum-Dum Tree and commented:
    Any book by Freya Pickard is worth reading, especially if you enjoy Fantasy with a difference. Better still – this one is FREE so what’s to lose?


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