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Realms of Terswood

A fantasy novel

Trials of Throk’tar

The second book in The Chronicler’s Awakening series is in the hands of the alpha readers! It’s also had a name change. As Alishia is toying with her new power of Sight, she is taken by a most unexpected character. She travels across a foreign realm to restore her past. In the wake of hisContinue reading “Trials of Throk’tar”

Book Two Teaser

As we continue Alishia’s awakening, the Chronicler will see firsthand a scene she glimpsed in a book months ago. She thumbed The Scions of Flayme open to a random page. On the left side was an image of twin human brothers, one in gleaming plate armor holding a war hammer over his shoulder, the otherContinue reading “Book Two Teaser”

REALMS Update

A wise woman once told me any job is made infinitely easier with the correct tools. Since the release of Realms of Terswood back in November 2020, I’ve started using a whole host of programs to improve my writing. Now while I do the first edit, Seeds of Farsil is getting deep, cleansing grammar scrub.Continue reading “REALMS Update”

Explore

The vast and culture-rich land of Poas. From the frozen lands of ice, magic, and dragons, Dracon. To the heat and press of the svarters of Terswood.

Discover

The secrets of the realm’s magic. Mana flows across the land through the ley lines, but what is the origin of mana? Why has the world not run out?

Experience

The world as the players work together or against each other to meet their goals.

They say it’s infinite, but that isn’t true. Tempus Fa eventually loops back upon itself. Or maybe I’m just terrible with directions.

Archdruid Etharis

A cast of characters, from ancient archmages to the young svarters prince, play their roles in uncovering a centuries-old plot.

About the Author

Author, video gamer, martial artist, programmer

This book started over twenty years ago as a disjointed collection of video game fan fiction, around the same time that I briefly trained in taekwondo. I quit both when my grandmother passed away. More than seventeen years later, in my mid-thirties, I restarted my martial art instruction. As I neared my black belt testing, I thought of what other projects I started and never finished. As with Lone, that was a long list. It took close to three years but I ended up with a story and characters I enjoyed writing about. I have the people and places of Poas in my mind and through the magic of writing, I can invite others to join me there.