Stuff in the ‘Guardian Herd’ Category

17 August, 2017

Windborn (Guardian Herd #4) by Jennifer Lynn Alvarez

Now in paperback! 

For fans of the Warriors and the Guardians of Ga’Hoole series comes the action-packed fourth and final book in this first installment of the Guardian Herd series—with a never-before-seen short story that introduces readers to a whole new world.

After many moons of constant struggle, Star must face his toughest, deadliest challenge yet. Nightwing the Destroyer has captured all the pegasi of Anok, including Star’s friends. And when Star learns of Nightwing’s merciless plan for the captured herd, he knows the time has come to fight.

With his enemy Frostfire now as his only ally, Star searches Anok with Frostfire to track down Nightwing. And as a violent storm approaches, Star and Nightwing face off amid quaking lands, dangerous winds, and blazing fires, in a battle to end all battles—and one that will determine the fate of all the pegasi in Anok.


2 February, 2016

Where I Write: Jennifer Lynn Alvarez

My home office. Here I am signing my latest contract with Harper Collins!

This edition of  “Where I Write” is from Jennifer Alvarez author of the Guardian Herd Series from Harper Collins Childrens Books.  The third book of the series LANDFALL releases today!  And don’t miss the first two books STARFIRE and STORMBOUND.

 “I write a minimum of five days a week in my home office, but I do a lot of my thinking out on the horse trails. My current project is the Guardian Herd series, tween fantasy novels starring flying horses. The setting for each herd is based on a place I‘ve lived. The main character, Star, lives in Sun Herd’s territory, which resembles the wilds of Northern California where I live. Jack London called this area the most beautiful land in California, and I‘d have to agree. In fact, I‘ve ridden my horse right by his co
Jennifer Alvarez

My Mobile Office

ttage where he used to write. It’s often on these trail rides where I find my inspiration. I took this picture while riding my mare Maddie. See the hill we’re looking at? Well, I like to imagine my pegasi characters flying over this hill and landing at the lake for a drink of water. When I return to my desk at home, I‘m revived and ready to record the exciting things I‘ve imagined.” — Jennifer Lynn Alvarez

You can learn more about Jennifer on her Author Website: www.jenniferlynnalverez.com and follow Jen on Twitter @JenniferDiaries
You can check out all things Guardian Herd on the Official Series Website www.theguardianherd.com