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October 9, 2015

Teen author releases final book in fantasy trilogy

Rosemary Groux from Broad Run began writing at age 14.
The final book in the "Brenwyd Legacy" series.
A Broad Run teen has released the final book in her Christian fantasy trilogy, “Brenwyd Legacy.”

Nineteen-year-old Rosemary Groux released “Finding Freedom” on Sept. 22.

Adventure, suspense, Arthurian legend and spiritual themes fill the 345-page novel.

“In the final book of the ‘Brenwyd’ trilogy, Rosemary Groux does a masterful job with the complex plot and characters to create a surprise ending,” said Dr. Gregory Hackett, Senior Pastor at Bridge Community Church. “This would make a great movie.”

The first two books in the series, “Finding Truth” and “Finding Secrets,” earned national recognition.

Focused on the “unseen battle between good and evil,” Miss Groux drew inspiration from her favorite authors, C.S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkein.

Miss Groux wrote the first book in the series at age 14.

“Finding Truth” won a silver medal from the Mom’s Choice Awards in 2013.

An avid horse enthusiast, she also has written for Highland Herald and In & Around Horse Country.

Miss Groux studies animal science at Berry College in Mount Berry, Georgia.

“Finding Freedom” is sold through Amazon and Believe Books, LLC.
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