About The Hunted Mage: The Adventures of Jack Wartnose:
They say a group of Crows is a “Murder.” For Jack Wartnose, if he’s not careful, murder is exactly what will befall him and his family.
Finally free of the clutches of the Mage Inquisition and undead cutthroats once again, Jack Wartnose’s troubles soon catch back up as a group of mage assassins, the Murder of Crows, has been dispatched to eliminate him and his troupe. One cunning beauty among them has “intimate” knowledge of Jack Wartnose, and looks forward to repaying him for setting her on the path to ruin years ago.
Meanwhile, he and his family get stuck in the backwater town of Downriver Ferry. More family secrets come to light, while unknown threats continue lurking from the shadows. Old faces reemerge with intentions unknown. New faces threaten to reignite a three millennia old blood feud. And his estranged daughter is still plotting her deadly vengeance behind Wartnose’s back.
The quiet, backwater town of Dowriver Ferry is about to erupt! Can Jack Wartnose keep his wits about him as he confronts threats on multiple fronts? Will his family and fellow adventurers be strong enough to protect him? Or will he receive help in time from an unlikeliest of sources?
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Norris (as he commonly goes by) is a man of many adventures himself. From hiking in the New Mexican High Desert to climbing Mount Fuji in Japan to diving off the Australian Great Barrier Reef, and many more to tell some other time, he has garnered a love of adventuring and traveling. But his greatest adventure (and gift from above) has been marrying the love of his life over seven years ago. It is this shared adventure and the then-upcoming birth of his daughter that partly inspired him to begin writing this series.
Though not an avid reader, he does credit several authors who have inspired his writing style: J.R.R. Tolkien; C.S. Lewis; Brian Jacques; Terry Pratchet; and Susan Cooper, to name a few. Although he has tinkered with several manuscripts, short stories, and poems off and on for years, it was after kissing the Blarney Stone that this story about Jack Wartnose finally clicked something inside him to finish to the end.