The Secret Club

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Rogue Phoenix Press, Feb 16, 2020 - Fiction - 108 pages
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Damon couldn’t wait to start the eighth grade: being in the top grade of the district school, getting to be a crossing guard, and seeing old friends. But at the new school, eighth grade is the lowest grade, there are no crossing guards, and old friends move on.


Worse, Damon’s power to control darkness keeps turning itself on and off. Even worse, two former members of The Power Club start a new club—without him.

But things at the new school aren’t what they seem. A menacing shapechanger and a friendly werewolf complicate matters as Damon learns of a plot to send his friends away for good and start a war with “ords.” Will his new club—The Secret Club—be enough to prevent a war? 


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Chapter Four
Chapter Nine
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Thirteen

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About the author (2020)

Greg Gildersleeve grew up in the northwestern corner of Missouri, the heartland of America, which nevertheless seemed like its own world. This setting inspired a lot of daydreaming and adventures with friends, both real and imaginary. It also fostered a love for reading comic books, science fiction, history, and virtually anything with words.

Greg teaches English and creative writing at an online university and has won several awards for teaching.

He lives in the Kansas City area, where he hangs out with artists and writers, listens to classic and modern rock, and continues to daydream.

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