Triand In The In-Between

my novel
my novel

 

Copyright © 2013 by Martha ‘Gipsiecrone’ Bowman
First Edition – June 2013
ISBN
978-1-4602-2205-8 (Paperback)
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Table of Contents

TRIAND In The In-Between. v
Notes. vii
Introduction. viii
Part 1
The Triple Destiny . 1
Chapter 1. 2
Chapter 2. 8
Chapter 3. 13
Chapter 4. 18
Chapter 5. 23
Chapter 6. 29
Chapter 7. 33
Chapter 8. 38
Chapter 9. 43
Part 2
Destiny Manifested. 51
Chapter 10. 52
Chapter 11. 56
Chapter 12. 61
Chapter 13. 64
Chapter 14. 67
Chapter 15. 71
Chapter 16. 74
Chapter 17. 77
Chapter 18. 79
Chapter 19. 82
Epilogue: Destiny Fulfilled. 84
The Beginning.. 86

 

TRIAND In The In-Between
A Special Thank You To Professor Marcil Who Helped Me
Remember That Age Has Nothing To Do With Ability And That
Dementia And A Deranged Mind Can Often Be An Asset. Thank
You Also, To My Grand Daughter, Moriah And My Foster Son,
Bobby For Always Being There, And To Everyone Else Who Has
Stood Beside Me Along The Way. Goddess Blessings On All Of You.
Martha ‘Gipsiecrone’ Bowman

Notes
Words and phrases in parenthesis are English translations to traditional
Sioux or Celtic names and phrases or Thebian writings,
often referred to as ‘The Language of Witches’. In some instances
they are also used to provide definitions for words that may not be
commonly understood the way they are used in this story.

Part 1
The Triple Destiny
Introduction
T.K. was an ordinary twelve year old –WAS being the operative
word. He lived on a farm in Indiana with his Mother, Father, 4
year old sister, Katie and Nana, the most important person in his life.
He climbed trees, played baseball, ran, swam and did everything else
most boys his age did. Then he turned thirteen, his Destiny manifested:
and everything changed – FOREVER.

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