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A horse of a different color: The MoonQuest book cover's dawn- and dusk-hued horses are the true colors of Rykka and Ta'ar, the story's equine stars (who also appear in The SunQuest). This link takes you to a MoonQuest excerpt. http://bit.ly/wTsOwq

A horse of a different color: The MoonQuest book cover's dawn- and dusk-hued horses are the true colors of Rykka and Ta'ar, the story's equine stars (who also appear in The SunQuest). This link takes you to a MoonQuest excerpt. http://bit.ly/wTsOwq

"As dangerous as were the nayla, the King’s Men were even more so. At least death by nayla was quick. The King’s Men, dark as nayla with their black pants, shirts, masks and mounts, held out the threat of a lengthier, grislier end." – The MoonQuest (book & screenplay by Mark David Gerson. http://markdavidgerson.com/books/moonquest

"As dangerous as were the nayla, the King’s Men were even more so. At least death by nayla was quick. The King’s Men, dark as nayla with their black pants, shirts, masks and mounts, held out the threat of a lengthier, grislier end." – The MoonQuest (book & screenplay by Mark David Gerson. http://markdavidgerson.com/books/moonquest

I first came upon this quote from Martin Luther King, Jr. while writing The StarQuest, The Q'ntana Trilogy, Bk 2), and it so expressed one of the story's predominant themes that I ultimately included it in the book as an epigraph. http://www.markdavidgerson.com/books/starquest

The StarQuest: The Q'ntana Trilogy, Book II

I first came upon this quote from Martin Luther King, Jr. while writing The StarQuest, The Q'ntana Trilogy, Bk 2), and it so expressed one of the story's predominant themes that I ultimately included it in the book as an epigraph. http://www.markdavidgerson.com/books/starquest

“Feel your fear. Then pass through it to the other side, where your destiny awaits.” – The MoonQuest (book & screenplay by Mark David Gerson)  • http://www.markdavidgerson.com/books/moonquest

The MoonQuest: The Q'ntana Trilogy, Book I

“Feel your fear. Then pass through it to the other side, where your destiny awaits.” – The MoonQuest (book & screenplay by Mark David Gerson) • http://www.markdavidgerson.com/books/moonquest

Mark David Gerson Reads from The StarQuest: The Q'ntana Trilogy, Book II

Mark David Gerson Reads from The StarQuest: The Q'ntana Trilogy, Book II

This quote eloquently captures one of the primary themes of The MoonQuest (book & screenplay by Mark David Gerson) http://www.markdavidgerson.com/books/moonquest

The MoonQuest: The Q'ntana Trilogy, Book I

This quote eloquently captures one of the primary themes of The MoonQuest (book & screenplay by Mark David Gerson) http://www.markdavidgerson.com/books/moonquest

"I knew and saw much, even as the dim starlight revealed little: the curious rune-like markings on the coach...the even curiouser horses that drew it. But for the white bolts that flashed from forehead to muzzle, Rykka’s coloring was the pale blue of morning sky, Ta’ar’s the smoky plum of twilight."  – The MoonQuest (book & screenplay by Mark David Gerson) • http://www.markdavidgerson.com/books/moonquest (Image: 1st edition cover)

The MoonQuest: The Q'ntana Trilogy, Book I

"I knew and saw much, even as the dim starlight revealed little: the curious rune-like markings on the coach...the even curiouser horses that drew it. But for the white bolts that flashed from forehead to muzzle, Rykka’s coloring was the pale blue of morning sky, Ta’ar’s the smoky plum of twilight." – The MoonQuest (book & screenplay by Mark David Gerson) • http://www.markdavidgerson.com/books/moonquest (Image: 1st edition cover)

"By late afternoon, empty flatlands had blossomed into the lush abundance  of the Forest of Marrh. Ancient mountains encircled us, their age-softened summits ringed by clouds that by nightfall had puffed up into a thick, fog-like shroud that obliterated Aris, Ky’nar and all the stars..." – The MoonQuest (book & screenplay by Mark David Gerson) • http://markdavidgerson.com/books/moonquestPhoto by Mark David Gerson

"By late afternoon, empty flatlands had blossomed into the lush abundance of the Forest of Marrh. Ancient mountains encircled us, their age-softened summits ringed by clouds that by nightfall had puffed up into a thick, fog-like shroud that obliterated Aris, Ky’nar and all the stars..." – The MoonQuest (book & screenplay by Mark David Gerson) • http://markdavidgerson.com/books/moonquestPhoto by Mark David Gerson

The MoonQuest's 1st-edition look. The new edition is available in print or ebook from all major online booksellers, as well as directly from the author at http://www.markdavidgerson.com/books/moonquest

The MoonQuest's 1st-edition look. The new edition is available in print or ebook from all major online booksellers, as well as directly from the author at http://www.markdavidgerson.com/books/moonquest

"In the waning light of a summer evening, the unmarked house that supposedly housed Gay Montreal looked much like any other. Given the lower profile of gay life in those days, that reassured me...but not enough to get me to climb the half-dozen steps to its Victorian front door." • It's just as well I didn't climb those stairs; I later learned that Gay Montreal had moved! Follow my journey of self-acceptance in Acts of Surrender •  http://www.markdavidgerson.com/books/?category=Memoir

"In the waning light of a summer evening, the unmarked house that supposedly housed Gay Montreal looked much like any other. Given the lower profile of gay life in those days, that reassured me...but not enough to get me to climb the half-dozen steps to its Victorian front door." • It's just as well I didn't climb those stairs; I later learned that Gay Montreal had moved! Follow my journey of self-acceptance in Acts of Surrender • http://www.markdavidgerson.com/books/?category=Memoir

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