In the world of magic oceans, the vain and cruel prince, Octavian, seeks praise while his scheming advisor, Cassius, designs castles to conquer nations and grow his own wealth. Powers from beyond have their own plans and reveal secrets to mortals that will later prove ruinous. Out at sea, the pirate, Captain Keallach, commits brutal murders in his search for treasure. A girl named Taesa, having immense musical power, enchants all with her songs, in ways no one yet realizes. The ancient-yet-young Chronicler named Judith records the unfolding events. While in the throne room of the tyrannical Octavian, Judith learns plans of what danger is to come and wants to warn those in the path of destruction. However, the Chronicler’s Oath that she took forbids interference, so she must keep some secrets in confidence for ages to come.

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Darkbeam Part I

PLEASE NOTE THAT IT’S A DARK FANTASY AND NOT FOR YA

Everyone in Paegeia knows that only one Rubicon dragon lives at a time.
If more than one, they will destroy Paegeia and eventually the rest of the world as they crave that constant power for dominance.
Blake Leaf is this era’s Rubicon, and is destined for great things if his darkness can be won.
Darkbeam Part 1 follows the story of the Rubicon and how he tries to keep his beast, the darkness, at bay.

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The Age of Heroes

Rawk is one of the great Heroes. He has travelled the world for forty years, hunting exotic creatures, battling magic and fighting evil wherever he found it. But he has been fighting mostly mundane battles since Prince Weaver outlawed magic. And with no great deeds left to be done, Rawk is afraid he’ll soon be the old man in the corner of the tavern, dreaming of the good old days and telling tales for anyone who will buy him a drink.

But when a huge wolden wolf is spied from the walls of Katamood for the first time in a decade, Rawk is the man the city looks to once more. He’ll save them. He always has.

Rawk will fight to ensure the Age of Heroes doesn’t slip away into history, but what if the good old days aren’t quite as good as he remembers?

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