Black Rose Writing Presents The Guardian Chronicles: Emergence by Lewis Keating

“Downtown was practically deserted. Danny ran towards the city market. Sirens and screams could be heard in the distance. Obviously, the police were still in the process of clearing out the area.” -The Levees Break

Charleston, SC, March 31, 2012 --( Our world is overrun. Guardians are needed once more.

Danny McPherson is a young man who is perfectly content on allowing life to pass him by. Few friends and a meaningless job. Only when a stranger from his past re-enters his life and brings news of world changing events to come does Danny cast aside his normal life to become the first Guardian in almost a thousand years. His journey takes him across the mist into a forgotten realm where ancient beings aid him in unlocking the power that exists in all mankind. Witness the first chapter of Danny’s rise to legend as he leads a new generation of Guardians.

Keating Lewis Simons IV is a Charleston native and a 2006 graduate of The Citadel who has published his first novel under the pen name ‘Lewis Keating’. He spent his timing writing The Guardian Chronicles at The Citadel library next to the memorial of fellow alumni James Rigney, aka Robert Jordan who wrote the fantasy series The Wheel of Time.

Lewis Keating is a born native to Charleston, South Carolina. After graduating Bishop England High School, he earned a degree in Business Admin from The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina in 2006. Emergence is his first published work. He currently resides on James Island and works as a bartender at Wet Willies in the downtown area.
Now available for review request (both hard copy and electronic). Purchase from and many other online bookstores, including electronic book versions. The book is also available for direct order via the Ingram Book Catalogue, Books in Print, Baker & Taylor. ISBN # 978-1-61296-093-7.

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