Category Archives: Book Two

Book Two: Traipsing Light and Shadow

Book Two is done!  It needs editing, but I ordered myself a copy just so that I could hold it.  It’s pretty big, with 57 chapters and over 700 pages.  I am also experimenting with a different print company.  Book … Continue reading

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Camp NaNoWriMo part XIX

“The birth is not long off, then.” She sighed, and looked down at Zarrek, then back to Elezar. “We cannot carry both him and your k’haarana.” “How are we going to get out of here?” Elezar grumbled. “This crypt is … Continue reading

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Camp NaNoWriMo part XVIII

“You have played your role,” the Destroyer told him, “and you have been loyal to me. The next time I come for him, that girl will not be able to protect him.” “Of course, my lord,” Elezar replied, bowing again. … Continue reading

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Camp NaNoWriMo part XVII

“Move…” he groaned, hardly able to speak. The word was too weak to be audible, but even if it could have been heard, it was too hoarse, too distorted to be understood. Starshine raised her arms, shouting back at the … Continue reading

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Camp NaNoWriMo part XVI

Starshine saw Elezar on the other side of the room, a child in his arms. He stood near a cage that seemed to hang from the ceiling, and inside it was a woman. Relieved that they were still alive, she … Continue reading

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Camp NaNoWriMo part XVI

It was raining in Onsira. Vincente and Arialla had returned home the night before, and they were not at all glad to learn that Zarrek had left the kingdom. They had risen early to chide her for letting him go … Continue reading

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Camp NaNoWriMo part XV

Métius yanked on the chained once again, forcing him onto his knees. “Now, before I kill the woman my worshiper has pledged his life to– swear your oath to me!” Zarrek breathed hard, gasping through the pain and the bewilderment … Continue reading

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