The Archeos Adventures and the Sam 'n Me Adventures

I've been writing adventures for teen readers since 2012 and they can be found on my web site www.brantonholmbergbooks.wordpress.com  ; The Archeos Adventures are about 3 young archeologists, juniors in high school, who make a fantastic discovery in the first book of the series called "The Valley of the Dwellers".  As the series continues they discover the star gate crystal skull, an ancient talisman that gives them mystical powers.  The books are what I call short reads and run about 100 pages each.

Another series I've written is the Sam 'n Me Adventures about a young man with a brilliant mind and his cowpoke sidekick called Gramps.  The series starts with "The Monastery Treasure" and follows Sam and Gramps through 47 different adventures in the series.  About mid-way through the series they find Merlin's Book of Magic and it opens a world of mystical powers to them that take them on fantastic journeys as they try to stay ahead of the dark force powers who are out to take their fortunes as well as their lives.  The books in this series are all short reads too.

I hope you'll take a look at my creations and let me know how you like them.

Branton Holmberg

  

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