Author Howard AW Carson’s new book, Legacy of the Scrolls, is a gripping conflict between the saviors of the natural world and those who would destroy it for profit


Howard AW Carson, a US Army veteran, award-winning artist and cancer survivor who, after military service, pursued a career as a construction electrician and has served as a volunteer at the Minneapolis VA Medical Center since 1995, has completed his new book, Lily Pond: Legacy of the Scrolls “: a compelling work inspired by his concern to leave the world to future generations.

After forging an alliance through the efforts of the frogs, the five domains of Lily Pond vow to face the common threat. A threat long forgotten by the passage of time. With the help of ancient scrolls discovered in the city of Granstone, the true nature of the threat is finally revealed: their total destruction.

Armed with this knowledge, frogs Croaker, Webber, and Gribit, along with newfound friends from the domains and their leaders, fight to save the realm of Lily Pond from the goblin king, Lord DeMonas, his armies of goblins, and his minions.

The captivating book by Howard AW Carson, published by Page Publishing, is an excellent choice for avid fantasy readers.

Readers who wish to experience this captivating work can do so to buy Lily Pond: Legacy of the Scrolls in bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For more information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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