Search for the Lost Realm is an epic journey in which a young man named Varan wants to find a power which has been missing from the world of Kantania for thousands of years.
Varan sets out but soon discovers his true mission is to save the worlds creator from a spiritual bond placed upon him by the powerful demon, Eldrok.
From demons to dragons and sorcerers to soldiers, battles erupt and Varan must hurry or the world could be lost to darkness forever.
This story does not consist of action alone as Varan faces dilemmas of the heart, struggles of the flesh and complex issues of the mind.
Kraig Dafoe, Guest Post:
A Day in the Life of Kraig Dafoe:
I’m not quite sure where the day begins and the night ends. I don’t succumb to the norm when it comes to keeping regular “business hours”.
A typical day for me involves getting up at 6:45 to make sure my son gets ready for school. After he leaves for school I go back to bed for a while. When I get up around nine, I hit the shower and then it’s a little breakfast.
After breakfast I get the computer warmed up and start checking email and reading a little of what passes for news these days. Once my head is clear and I’m feeling awake, I try to squeeze in some exercise. Then I’m off to the shower again. Now I’m feeling pretty good about starting my day, usually about noon.
I sit back down to the computer, and now it becomes time to write. I don’t work on my current book every day, but I try to at least blog or work on my website. The days I do work on the book, I’ll spend about four hours writing and re-reading what I’ve wrote.
Writing the book actually happens about once or twice a week, but the days I don’t write I will edit what I wrote and think about what I’m going to write the next time around. I think and plan about four days for every one that I write.
After I work on my projects, it’s usually about time for my son to get home and then I become Mr. Mom. I have to make sure he does his homework; I have to make dinner, do the dishes, and whatever other chores that have piled up.
Around seven o’clock my son and I get some T. V. time in and by ten I put him to bed for the night. If I were normal, I suppose this would be bedtime for me as well but I’m not. A little more T. V. and then it’s back to the computer. Another round of checking the email, reading the news, and writing maybe notes for my next session.
Somewhere around one or two in the morning, I hit the showers for the third time and then it’s off to bed. About five hours later I do it all again.
I stay busy as a single father but It seems to work for me. I seldom have the time to get depressed or get myself into trouble so I guess I wouldn’t change a thing at this point.
About the Author, Kraig Dafoe:
Kraig Dafoe was born in Potsdam, New York and grew up in Canton. He played high school football and joined the United States Army Reserves at the age of seventeen.
Kraig married at the age of nineteen and moved to Virginia Beach, Virginia where he worked as a Private Security officer for The Christian Broadcasting Network and also attended the Tidewater Community College for business.
After five years as a security officer, he became a Deputy Sheriff for the city of Chesapeake Virginia.
Kraig left the Sheriff’s office after nine years of service and pursued a couple of different business opportunities before he went on to publishing his debut novel.
Kraig is the father of five children and he currently resides in Kansas, raising his youngest son.
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