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King Larsen’s entire world shatters when his beloved queen Gwen becomes infected with an unknown illness and dies. He loses the will to rule, and his city Vivek is overthrown by King Malik of Holt Harbour. A year passes, Larsen never recovers from despair, lives as a vagabond just close enough to Gwen’s grave so he can visit her daily, and all his people suffer under Malik’s oppressive laws. However, Larsen learns that Gwen never actually died from her illness and a cure is possible by taking her into Desanorbis, a land named after the Servant of Insanity.
So he disregards all warnings, ignores better judgment, digs his love up from her grave and embarks on the quest, setting into motion a series of events that puts the entire world in danger.
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I remember the days when I used to get excited from watching a sci fi fantasy trailer.
And when it’s finally released, as I sit to watch, all manner of cruddy snacks within reach and a sufficiently large sugary drink at my feet, I crave the next image that comes up on screen. Becoming a sci fi fantasy writer has upended that entire thrill …Continue Reading →
Here we are in 2022 and still travelling through the tunnel of Covid19. My writing has found a place in all this chaos, and I’m proud to complete another milestone, with one more final polish grammar edit before release. In the meantime, I’d like to share my top choices for sci fi fantasy that I wholeheartedly recommend you check out in 2022 …Continue Reading →
One of the most enjoyable things about a fantasy world can be getting to understand the rules of magic.
Wait a minute, rules? It’s fantasy, right? There are no rules. People just walk around waving their hands in irregular patterns like total nutjobs and stuff happens, or so it might seem …Continue Reading →
We see it in stories all the time. Characters are placed into all manner of unfortunate situations that seem impossible to survive, and against all odds of freezing and fatigue and starvation, they come out in the end.