“El Lago de los Milagros” A Fantastical Journey Between Good and Evil

Imagine if our most fantastic dreams came true; if the dragons and fairies that entertain our sleeping hours lived in their own special dream world. Welcome to the two worlds of “El Lago de los Milagros” – the Lake of Miracles – where the eternal struggle between good and evil, and the intense internal battle we all experience, takes on a life of its own.

“I have been a fan of fantasy fiction since reading the Never-ending Story as a child,” said author Paola Sur. “Throughout my life I have been intrigued and entertained by the idea of a world where dreams come to life and the reader can escape into a story of wonder and adventure.”

In “El Lago de los Milagros” there are two worlds; a world of human beings and a universe in which of all of the creatures of our dreams live. Agatha, the great Sorceress of Lubathar, has in her hands the ability to maintain balance, but a threat jeopardizes the fate of the lives of humans and creatures.

This is such an exciting adventure. Paola brings the characters to life and will hold readers in the palm of her hand as they experience the struggle between good and evil.

As readers enjoy “El Lago de los Milagros” they will come to realize the value of dreams, the importance of friendships and the reality that no one is alone; there is always someone there to offer help and support, no matter what the struggle.

Paola has also been creating mini-children’s stories with illustrator Tatiana Williams. Follow Paola on Instagram to learn more: @paobsur.

“El Lago de los Milagros” is available from Halo Publishing as well as Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Get your copy in paperback for $14.00 or as a e-book for $5.95.

About Paola B. Sur

Paola B. Sur is a Colombian writer and blogger based in the United States since 2002. Mother of two children, lover of football and fiction fantasy, she has written for publications including First Coast Magazine and Ser Padres and was editor-in-chief of Muévelo Magazine. In 2011 she earned the title of Master of Communications at Georgia State University.