A fantasy trilogy written by M.K. Presson

The Itara Trilogy


Book 1 of the Itara Trilogy, Son of C’reseth has officially been Published!  It can be found Here, and through your local bookstore, Barns & Noble, as well as Amazon.com.   Click on the “CONTACT” page to send me an email. 🙂

(‘News’ page updated 7/14/11)

Also check out my other blog page “Ferinlayth” at WordPress.com.  I will be resurrecting it from the shadows of the Forgotten.

Check out the “NEWS” page for upcoming events, and the “GALLERY” page for concept art, and a map of Itara.  Got fanart?  Let me know and I’ll post it!



*The first book is dedicated to my friends and family, for their patience, their belief in me, and their belief in this story.

*The entire trilogy is dedicated to Jonathan Brandis, always my inspiration.  Kel Ashon, mei manadh.  (P’nai: Good journey, my friend“).


or half a century, war has waged between the citizens of Itára, and the macabre forces of the golden-eyed dragons of the Svorin Dominion.  The despotic Krai’ta’or, Tochravanthis, seeks to control the continent out of vengeance fueled by a deep hatred for the magic-bearing humans known as P’nai.  The legend of the Ihánar is the cornerstone for those fighting to remain free.

Mason Kitch has spent his youth among the shade of Lottenwood’s willowy boughs, and the cobbled streets of C’reseth as the grandson of the town blacksmith.  What he knows of his predictable world will soon evaporate as fate sends him into the unknown lands of Itára on a search for a family friend, and his destiny.

Now, Mason is faced with braving the dark challenges that have vanquished his race, and outlawed magic from the lands.  To keep the embers of the past alive, he must learn the forbidden art of his ancestry before the stain of history can repeat itself.

Cover art is here!

3 responses

  1. Strange Old Man

    Where’s “Squirrels on Crack”?
    You’ll need to put a scan of the book cover here when you get one (or a sample).
    Running around promoting should be fun!

    -Cantankerous Apoplectic Bombast

    December 14, 2010 at 1:37 pm

  2. Jonathanfanboy

    I got hooked when reading the teaser for your book and I can’t wait to get my hands on it!

    I also am a fan of the man you used as inspiration for your main character. A fact which I discovered after getting hooked on the book. Needless to say, I am overly excited by the release of your books.

    Nice artwork of Mason btw. The resemblance is striking.

    January 23, 2011 at 12:26 pm

  3. Amy

    Hey, I can’t wait to see if the book is here yet. We are going to Barnes and Noble tonight. Can’t believe just a few months ago we were discussing this.

    Will let you know if I get a copy tonight or not.

    February 8, 2011 at 5:00 am

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