Fantasy & Myths

<em>Edit Promo Post</em> Food in the Rise Of The Shadow Lord

My love of fantasy and mythology started with my father reading the Narnia series to me at a young age and continued to grow as I read Greek myths. From there I have added to my knowledge the Norse myths, a few Celtic ballads, Arthurian legends, and novels like Inside the Walls of Troy.

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  • <em>Edit Promo Post</em> Free Short Stories

    A young man stood outside the castle walls, cloaked in a tattered and faded black robe. Where others saw beauty, the man saw only ugliness. The ground was littered with rotten leaves, the wind was chilling and the gray sky threatened to pour rain...Read more

  • <em>Edit Promo Post</em> Free Short Stories

    The Assassin in a free short story set in the same universe as my upcoming sci-fi fantasy novel Rise Of The Shadow Lord.

    The Kingdom of Mineralia sits in darkness, blanketed with smog from the steampunk industrial revolution. New civil...Read more

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