For Wealth and Glory

By B. Heather Mantler

Fantasy | Paperback


Prince Proster was the seventh child in the royal line. His older brother had several children. Overall, there was no chance of Proster ever becoming king. His father had tried to suggest priesthood when Proster was a boy, but it never fit right with Proster. Instead he took up a sword and became very good with it. He and several noblemen’s sons would spar against each other until no one dared challenge any of them. With the decline in the next kingdom, Proster decided to go to war with it. He father refused to start a war just so that his son could fight someone. So, Proster took his band of warriors and went to war. Now King Proster has a serious problem. He has everything and yet has nothing.



Heather Mantler is a lover of fairy tales and fables. She is also a student of psychology. She lives in Prince George, British Columbia and is a member of the writing group Scribblers Unanimous. Heather is always working on another story as she hopes to finish every story idea that she has ever written down. She was a nominee for the fiction category of the 2012 Prince George Regional Arts and Cultural Awards and short listed for the 2013 John Harris Fiction Awards. Her blog is heathersdomain.wordpress.com. Heather encourages her readers to post reviews on Good Reads and Amazon.


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Heather Mantler is a lover of fairy tales and fables. She is also a student of psychology. She lives in Prince George, British Columbia and is a member of the writing group Scribblers Unanimous. Heather is always working on another story as she hopes to finish every story idea that she has ever written down. She was a nominee for the fiction category of the 2012 Prince George Regional Arts and Cul...


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