Sword and Sorcery for the Little Guy.
When a magical creature talks Viper into creating weapons to prevent the rise of a dreaded Mindbender, Lorel agrees to help. Even if it does mean traveling with a monster-sized snake.
Fantasy novels by author D. J. Salisbury.
A comfortable new home, half-learned magic, and a chancy friendship. Grabbing all three is like juggling knives: if he doesn’t get a handle on everything, a bully’s blade will shred his soul.
A five-star review for Sorcery's Child at Amazon.com:
A good continuation of the series. I love coming of age stories and this series has been quite enjoyable. Although the characters are fairly young the story does not pander to a young audience. The main characters face challenges that have real consequences. Many newer authors fail to challenge their protagonists letting them have wonderful adventures full of easy magic. Not in this series especially in this book. I am going to read book 3 immediately. I did not notice any glaring grammatical errors but I am not that critical when speeding through a good read. Try this series if you enjoy Coming of Age Fantasy
Surviving the Wizard's Route takes more than simple magical skill.
Getting snatched by a dragon may not be a death sentence, but it certainly feels like one.
When Rosette disappears, Denton battles magic (and family) to rescue her.
A stand-alone novel
based in the same world.
The day his best friend dies, Viper is a thirteen-year-old apprentice whose sole goal is to achieve sorcery’s third level. Now he’s running from a murderer.
DJ Salisbury's Books
Who in their right mind wants to go to war with an overgrown snake and a trio of crazy teenagers?