Change is in the Air

Hello, dear readers. I've got some great news. For some time now, I've been collaborating with my best friend on a series of erotic epic fantasy novellas that we're self-publishing through Amazon. The series is titled "The Filliquian Chronicle," and the first volume is already live (you can buy it here). We're very excited to … Continue reading Change is in the Air

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Novel Thoughts: Turning History into Fantasy

Some of my favourite fantasy series involve some measure of real history in their inner workings. This is true of such series as George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire, Tad Williams' Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn and, of course, the many works of Guy Gavriel Kay (most notably those of his works set in the world of his duology The Sarantine Mosaic). All of … Continue reading Novel Thoughts: Turning History into Fantasy

World Building: “The Song of Princes” and the Fall of Old Korray

The following is an extract from Alexias Korenas' A History of the Korrayin People, Their Customs, and Legends. Compiled roughly 200 years ago, it remains the definitive work on the Korrayin people. Among the Korrayin, there is no tale more sacred nor terrifying than the Fall of Old Korray. It is related in full in an … Continue reading World Building: “The Song of Princes” and the Fall of Old Korray