A Boy Who Travels Trough Broken Worlds to Save Them All

Michael the Traveler is about a young stablehand at a monastery. He frequently finds himself shaken out of sleep by vivid nightmares. The abbott chides him for being undisciplined. Soon after experiencing more of these half-lucid night terrors, Michael discovers he is not merely dreaming. Instead, he is truly traveling to real but often inexplicable worlds.

The story follows him as he meets supernatural persons called the keepers who guide him toward unraveling his own mysteries as well as that of the shattered, scattered worlds.


N. M. Rudolph is a passionate poet and the innovative author of Meadowvale, Rumination, Untold Tales, and Unhinged: 36 x 36.

As a masterful writer, he uses his imagination to draw readers into enriching new worlds or renewed visions of familiar stories.

Rudolph was born in Maryland and grew up in Germany. He lives in Pennsylvania with his wife and teaches a great range of subjects at Gamut Academy. When he isn’t busy writing, he can be found dressing up like a pirate at the Renaissance Faire, seeking theatrical trouble elsewhere, or dabbling in a some new hobby.

Get in touch with him on Instagram (@n.m.rudolph) and Facebook (@nmrudolphauthor).

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