The Wolf Opens The Gates Of Heaven


Book One of author C.S. Lakin’s The Gates of Heaven Series will be hitting shelves on August 13th. The novel is entitled The Wolf of Tebron and is being published through Living Ink. This looks to be Lakin’s first venture into the world of fantasy writing. I figured I should include this since it is considered a fantasy novel and has been called “a stirring allegory of God’s love in classic fairy tale tradition.” It seems a bit light to be covered on the same site as movies about demon possession and battling angels, but fair is fair. After the jump, you can check out some more about the book and it’s author.

Synopsis:
A young blacksmith must undertake a perilous journey to the four ends of the world to rescue his wife, who is held captive by the Moon. Along the way, he befriends a powerful wolf who encourages, protects, and ultimately sacrifices his life to save his human friend.

About the Author:
Susanne C. S. Lakin comes from a family of successful writers. She grew up collating television scripts for her mother, a screenwriter, story editor, and producer for television. As an adult, Susanne assisted in developing series for television, and while raising two daughters and running a bed and breakfast inn in northern California, wrote her first three novels and a cookbook. In 2009, Susanne’s contemporary novel, Someone to Blame, won the Zondervan First Novel contest at the Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference. The novel will be published by Zondervan in August of 2010. She and her husband, Lee Miller, continue to live in California, where she currently works as a freelance copy editor and writing mentor.

Buy the book here.

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