Book 1 of the Moon Singer has 21 reviews on Amazon with an average rating of 4 stars.
The Crystal Clipper (The Moon Singer Book 1) by
Desperate to find her, David experiments with sacred crystals and accidentally conjures the supernatural ship, Moon Singer, which transports him through time and space on a magical, fantastic journey.
The people David encounters all have a connection to him, their lives destined to intertwine. Strangely, in this other world, David finds he can hear for the first time in years.
This gift foretells his destiny: to explore the contrast between good and evil – and to save a life that means more to him than his own.
Praise for THE CRYSTAL CLIPPER:
“Roman’s writing is well suited for young readers, but as an adult I found her story truly engaging. Her story is well told, and her keen sense of dialogue and human emotion kept the pages turning.” – Sky Rae, Amazon review
“A wonderful story that everyone should read” – Ron Kurz, Amazon review
About the author of The Moon Singer series, B. Roman;
“Before the Boy: The Prequel to The Moon Singer Trilogy has just been released (March, 2018) and will answer all the questions that arise in the original 3 books. It’s a chilling prequel to the inspiring series, a paranormal delight as the main character tries to escape the afterlife after she learns that she died too soon!
My most recent book, as Barbara Roman, is “Alicia and the Light Bulb People in Star Factory 13.” It is an enchanting tale of friendship, courage, and realizing your star potential through the magic of believing! Mystical illustrations by Vladimir Cebu. Soon to be available in Print edition.
Another book, as Barbara Roman, is “Hubert in Heaven,” is a delightful children’s story, with a Christmas theme, and a message for all of us who are too attached to our hi-tech “toys.”
See all Barbara Roman books at: https://amazon.com/author/barbararoman
Since childhood, I’ve been torn between two worlds: writing and singing. It’s difficult to serve “two masters,” as they say, but I was compelled to do so. When I was not singing, I was writing; when I was not writing, I was singing. Now I do both. (While still working a day job!).
I’ve learned, for me, that one creative expression nurtures the other. Much of my writing has a musical theme somewhere in the plot, or is the plot. Whether it’s in my non-fiction writing about the power of music itself, in picture books and stories and, of course, in writing music and lyrics for songs.
I hope you will delight in their messages just as I was delighted to write them.