Dark World. Inner sanctom’s Womb by Diana Dyck

Dark World. Inner sanctom’s Womb by Diana Dyck
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Dark World. Innersanctom’s Womb by Diana Dyck is a book will surge emotions though the entire of your mind and soul. A great novel for a new age. Enjoy it!

Dark World. Innersanctom's Womb by Diana Dyck

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Diana Dyck has always been inspired by the elements of the unknown, not only within our world, but throughout the universe. Then, her inspiration for her new novel Innersanctom’s Womb, came from the fantasy of fiction. It is not fact but the creativity which comes from within the passion of the artist. Imaginary, but never the less, will cause you to want more, and perhaps leave you just a little mystified. This is a book that will surge emotions through the entire of your mind and soul. Dare if you will, to plunge into the dark world, that you may come back to reality in a whole new perspective. Stay tuned for volume two, coming soon, to a world near you.

Innersanctom’s Womb is about paralleled universes. A riveting twist embarking the lives of two young victims into a journey of paralleled universes. Injecting a painful turn of events, as Jasmine and Jack are caught up in serpents, dragons and surges of evil, inflicting unknown entities into the depths of their souls.

About the author:

Diana Dyck was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada. As a child, Diana was intrigued with the side of the universe unknown. The expresseion of writing poetry, had began in the early years. Later on had published her first poem in 1999 for Silent Assault which also gave Diana her first Editor’s Award. Since then it has been a passion reflecting and publishing poems of Mid Evil works through out. The publishing of the fiction novel Innersanctom’s Womb is certain to be the beginning of a series, which we hope you will enjoy.

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  • Wendy

    Ur r awesome my friend! Proud to say u r my friend. I will purchase your book

    • Thank you so much Wendy most appreciated heart hugs

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