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About Peter Thomas Crowell
Pentangle Media features books of fiction and non-fiction, all with a rating of either G or PG-13. The non-fiction is pointed at grownups exclusively, but only because kids won't be interested.
The Rise of the Shadowbreather books are a growing series of fantasy adventure stories that focus on a tween-aged satyr named Byron Thorn. Readers of "high fantasy" and pop-mythology will enjoy it, and anyone older than the age of 10 would find it easily accessible.
Walter and the Winter Goblin is a standalone book about a boy named Walter who is named page to the famed King Wenceslaus. Walter's adventures beyond the forest fence, underneath the mountain, are a riff on the Christmas carol, and feature the appearance of an infamous and fearsome creature from Slavic folklore.
There's much more to come from Pentangle Media, including a forthcoming comic book series based on the Call Me Scythe comic series.
And when the sign of an ancient prophecy suddenly appears, the people of Woody Deep discover how rare a day it really is. For Byron Thorn, it's the start of a quest that will lead him into friendship and danger, down dark tunnels and up windy heights, to wake a sleeping kingdom and find a forgotten king.
It's a world where humans live side by side with satyrs and centaurs, dwarves and dryads, giants and griffins and wolves. Together with his companions, Byron must find his way through one wild adventure after another to the lands beyond the mountains, helped by unexpected allies, harrowed by unrelenting enemies and guided by the clarion call of Silverlance ... .
He doesn’t know there’s a fortress at the heart of the Forest, or that goblins once lived there and served the creature who built it: a creature from the Old Dark—the time before there was Christmas.
And he certainly doesn’t know the creature has returned.
Walter has his mind on other things. It’s his first Christmas season as page to the king, and his parents are so proud they've given him a sword of his own.
But no one could have guessed that Walter's new life would mean faerie councils or goblin bonfires or torch-lit battles in the snow. No one, that is, except maybe the king himself...
The book surveys the 5 areas of development necessary to a complete human experience. And it explores some of the major mechanisms that hold us back. It provides you with concepts you can customize to work with your own version of the human experience in a constructive manner that turns every experience into an opportunity to thrive.
By helping you understand the way your inner condition works, the 5 Keys helps you work with your inclinations, your aspirations, whatever they might be, and use them as tools to shape a life that satisfies you.
You don't need anything you don't already have. The 5 Keys are all built into you and you have access to them at every moment of every day. They're basic to being human and they're all you need to thrive.
By developing yourself according to the 5 Keys, you will open up free exchange between our inner and outer worlds. That means you'll take that vision of life you hold inside yourself and make it real in everyday life. You will reshape your circumstances to more fully suit your nature. You will establish a life of connection and prosperity based on who you really are, not some version of yourself you did not choose.