Phalen and Kaia have been sent to retrieve the Lost Light from a long forgotten temple now used by bandits as a hideout and prison for their captives. Little did they expect to stumble up on one of their own order frozen in time.
Emmer has been left as a Dragon’s Sacrifice. Apparently this is what she gets for choosing not to marry the viscount’s son.
A new identity in the making: new face, new name, and maybe a new purpose
When your species disapproves of coupling with outsiders, and your partner has a culture based around the biological imperative of reproduction, even a single discovered note can be disastrous. But Kaylax can’t bring herself to care, love letters are everything.
Exploring the stars, the possibilities of technology, alien species, what's not to love about that? All the escapism of fantasy with more logic. Hope for the future and a better tomorrow.
Did you ever want to be in a world completely different from your own? Live someone else's experiences? Visit places beyond your wildest dreams? That's what reading fantasy can provide, and writing it? It lets you follow hypothetical questions that lead to civilisations, magical powers, and amazing protagonists.
Cold and fog, easy to get lost in, easy to become a target...
Some of my favourite books, both growing up and as an adult, have been Urban Fantasy. The idea of a world just like ours except magic and fantasy exist too, whether hidden or well known, is just so much fun.
There's something really tantalizing about retelling old tales, especially fairytales which have a legacy of changes as they are passed down to emphasize the morals the teller wishes to impart. Many fairytales have been through rounds and rounds of empowering to teaching caution and back again.
Calypso watches Odysseus sail back toward his precious Ithaca, leaving her to deal with the aftermath of both his staying and his leaving. So much for being a hero.