In the peaceful, uneventful empire of Ta'anakh peaple don't expect things to happen...until the heiress vanishes. And an old nymph guard is the only one to witness it. His young partner won't believe him, but will the emperor when his daughter is nowhere to be found?
Lord Melvane's written account of the tragedy. This is the reason they have summoned Xortan Layne. Vengeance is strong...
Hunting monsters is one thing, but being invited into the home of such refined people as the Melvanes is another matter entirely. For Xortan Layne, business is slow and this might be his big break! But there's something dark this couple is hiding...
Honestly, I didn't know what this poem was about 'til I read it to my dad. He explained it to me. Thanks, dad. :DApparently, the speaker of this poem is a girl who enjoyed the magic of Christmas. But something happened when she turned nine. The magic seemed to die. Maybe someone told her Santa wasn't real, I don't know. But Christmas wasn't the same. Until she had her own family, and with her young children the magic was reborn.
A page from an ancient king's diary, his fury spilled over the papyrus scroll.This is a sort of prologue for one of my stories, in which a madman seeks to control the known world. This king's family have been envious of the emperor for centuries. a darkness broods in their blood, seeking a way to spill forth. Will this evil be contained? or will it be allowed to defile the whole empire? *Marda (mar-day), the seventh month of the year.**emr (em-er), the year in which the O'reign empire was established.
In the midst of a winter storm, a far away place beckons... For some reason this reminds me of C.S. Lewis's Narnia...
There is a song that brings life, even to the darkest places, where mortal cannot reach. It dispels the black and raises up from the ashes those caught in the trap. It gives breath even to those who do not deserve it. But it cannot and will not force its life onto those who won't receive it. ...Will you accept it?