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Waking The Weaver: A Timberhaven Novel Paperback – February 18, 2018

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Aaron lives in K.C., MO with his wife, two cats, and a dog. He makes up stories more than he eats, eats more than he sleeps, and has been given to frequent a Ferris wheel when occasion permits. A huge fan of myths and folklore, he loves to experiment with tales; mostly flash pieces and short stories. Waking the Weaver is his first novel.
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  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ K&Q Press (February 18, 2018)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 288 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 069207628X
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0692076286
  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 13.6 ounces
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 6 x 0.65 x 9 inches
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Aaron lives in K.C., MO. He makes up stories more than he eats, eats more than he sleeps, and has been given to frequent a Ferris wheel when occasion permits.

A huge fan of myths and folklore, he loves to experiment with tales; mostly flash pieces and short stories.

Waking The Weaver, his first novel, kicked off The Timberhaven Chronicles, followed up subsequently with The Michael Gideon Collection's first book, Tales For Halloween.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A Triumph in Magical Literature!
By Daniel Moler on August 29, 2020
The mark of a great author, especially ones who writes about magic, BELIEVES in magic. There are elements of many other writers in the urban fantasy genre prevalent in this work: a dash of Charles de Lint, a pinch of Neil Gaiman . . . but Aaron Conaway is truly a storyteller all his own. And that's exactly what this tale is about . . . spinning yarns, or rather, WEAVING them. As any reader of Mr. Conaway's can attest, this is exactly what he does . . . before you know it you are sucked into HIS story, the work itself weaving you into its wonderful world full of dreams and realities that may or may not exist, humming voices in your ear, and eccentric characters that have fallen right out of Lewis Carroll's subconscious such as the man/woman Lady Nicoline who fishes with olives as bait, the enigmatic Corabeth, the fortune telling Madam Xaxu, the hulkish but brainy Thegan . . . all residents of the enchanting town of Timberhaven (I am a personal devotee of the milk-jug-hat-wearing-and-animal-whisperer Lord Jarboe of Tater Town). Like Faulkner's Yoknapatawpha County, King's Castle Rock, or even Lynch's Twin Peaks . . . Timberhaven itself is the main character of the story (sorry Michael Gideon), dynamic and alive, a playground for Conaway's own dreams and nightmares! And it all works because Conaway is an expert storyteller, it is in his blood, felt in his exciting and witty prose, pulling us in with a first person narrative through the eyes of a struggling writer who may or may not be another version of Conaway, but it doesn't matter, because we become him . . . and Aaron Conaway does this so well because he doesn't give you extra fluff, there is no pretentious experimentation in this work that might push a reader away. This is truly a book anyone can read and then, eventually, come to believe in magic themselves. Aaron Conaway believes in magic . . . WAKING THE WEAVER is proof of that! Now, let him weave you in!
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