YOUNGEST is Now Available

WDM Publishing is proud to announce the release of the first novel in Debbie Mumford’s newest fantasy series: Signs of the Prophecy. Youngest is now available in both digital and print formats.

YOUNGEST
(Signs of the Prophecy Book 1)
by Debbie Mumford
Audience: Contemporary Fantasy | Novel | General

When Gwen Vaughan experiences a vision on her twenty-second birthday, she seeks its meaning by following the path imprinted in her mind. She needs to know what the vision means… and whether or not she’s going insane.

Dylan Kincaid has been protecting Gwen since before her birth… from afar and without her knowledge. He knows who and, more importantly, what she is, but can he impart the knowledge before the forces aligned against her destroy her?

Against all odds, Gwen must discover her destiny and accept the quest laid upon her before birth. Because she isn’t a normal human. She’s the youngest Old One, and incredibly powerful…

…if she can stay alive long enough to master her magic.

Buy YOUNGEST Now

About Debbie Mumford

Debbie Mumford specializes in speculative fiction—fantasy, paranormal romance, and science fiction. Author of the popular Sorcha’s Children series, Debbie loves the unknown, whether it’s the lure of space or earthbound mythology. Her work has been published in multiple volumes of Fiction River, as well as in Heart’s Kiss Magazine, Spinetingler Magazine, and other popular markets. She writes about dragon-shifters, time-traveling lovers, and ghostly detectives for adults as Debbie Mumford and SFF for children and young adults as Deb Logan.
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