“Choice” Synopsis Reveal

If you were placed in a situation where everything you loved was taken away from you in the blink of an eye, how would you feel? 

If your body stopped moving, speaking, and reaching for your loved ones, what would you do?

If you were forced into a life that you had to learn how to make quick decisions with life or death consequences, when would you give up?

For Rebecca Sterling, there is no “If”. There’s just her, her head, and a pair of wings she never thought she would have. While half of her soul is trapped in an asylum, the other half is living life on the edge. She becomes something she can hardly explain and meets people…who really aren’t people. With the help of a mysterious new friend, she learns how to harness her new power, but not before some of the Dark Masters of the Middle Realm learn her secret: Rebecca Sterling is a Dreamwalker.

Blake Williamburg is a Table, not an Angel, not a demon, and certainly not anything else in between. At least, he hopes. He’s lived in the Middle Realm, a mystical haven of the Holy and Dark Tables between Earth and Heaven, for as long as he can remember. But, as an orphan, Blake learned to stand on his own, rising through the ranks of his Master Cathleen’s Dark League of Paris. Finally at his Master’s right hand side, Blake is triumphant, but his glory is short lived. Rumors are traveling through the Dark Tables that there’s a new girl Cathleen has taken a liking to. With the arrival of a girl with fiery red hair, cat green eyes, and stubbornness that makes him want to claw her face at times, Blake is forced to travel to his worst enemies home and train the Dreamwalker or lose everything he’s worked so hard to gain.

As their worlds collide, Rebecca Sterling and Blake Williamburg have no choice but to stick together and survive. They learn lessons they never dreamed of having to learn and begin to dig up a past that is better left buried. Even with their best efforts, the two Dark Tables are split apart and while alone, each endure a journey no other Table could tell except themselves.

-“Choice”: The Dark League Trilogy Book One written by Jinapher J. Hoffman

[Available for Purchase TBA]

Side Note:

Now that the synopsis has been officially been revealed for my book, I will be working on an official release date as well. Thank-you so much for those of you who have been following this blog since I started it about eight months ago and an even bigger thanks to those of you who have been following my journey before this blog even existed! Some of you have asked about making a donation to Project Choice or to the blog itself. Please notice I have a page listed as “donate at the top of this blog, or that future posts will now include a donate button. I am incredibly grateful to anyone who helps to keep me writing and I promise any donations will be put to good use ranging from going into a fund for getting “Choice” published this summer to continuing to do fun segments on this blog, such as “What is Writing” which will launch this spring! There will be a rather informative post coming soon on what exactly that spring segment is, but until then, look forward to more of Project Choice, Book Reviews, and more! Again, thank-you, thank-you, thank-you and be sure to share this information with friends and family!

Other than that, I am going to go drink some tea and start planning for the next reveal of Project Choice!


Jinapher J. Hoffman

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4 thoughts on ““Choice” Synopsis Reveal

  1. Howdy! I could have sworn I’ve been to this blog before but after checking through some of the post I realized it’s new to me. Anyways, I’m definitely happy I found it and I’ll be bookmarking and checking back frequently!

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