Thursday, September 30, 2010
Sarah N. Fisk
YA Urban Fantasy
Dear Ms. LaPolla,
Miranda Dakin is the most powerful Fire Mage alive and could win this year’s annual Tournament – if she were three days older. Mages must be at least sixteen to attend The Tournament, the paramount event for the secretive modern-day Mage society. Waiting another year to compete becomes the least of her worries when a horde of supposedly-extinct demons attack The Tournament, killing or kidnapping every adult Mage – and taking her Psychic Mage mother as one of the hostages.
After receiving a message from her mother, Miranda must rescue the surviving Mages from a place she was told doesn't exist. She sets off on a cross-country rescue mission with three others: a strange young Holy Knight, her Witch of a best friend, and a Water Mage she's known since birth.
Miranda grapples with the seductive knowledge in a pair of ancient books from her outcast aunt’s attic, while discovering most of what she’s been taught about her magic is a strategic lie. An intimate betrayal and public demon attacks complicate matters when all Miranda wants is her mother safely back at home.
MIRANDA’S FIRE is a 65,000 word YA urban fantasy novel.
I also wanted to say I enjoy reading Glass Cases and following you on Twitter. Thank you for your consideration. I look forward to hearing from you.
Sarah N. Fisk