Surviving abuse leaves no soul unscathed, and this is especially true of Ptielieren, an elite elvish bodyguard involuntarily integrated into an aversive-heavy culture. Strength can exist absent a ringing victory and weakness does not signify defeat.
This site is for my present works in progress. I’m switching this one to reflect a recent project, which is something I’ve tried to write for ages. It follows a cult of necromancers and the citizenry they conquered. Please click the topmost link.
Books Kendra Recommends
I love the way the language used captures the feelings evoked. This is a great piece with just a hint of the surreal. It captures the mind and keeps you exactly placed with the given protagonist, feeling and viewing the world as that individual does.
In a small town Emergency Room on Christmas Night people begin flooding in with strange symptoms. Some are growing scales, others changing color, even floating. Its all the ER staff can do to help patients, while agents swarm the building.
It's not every day that the inhumanity of man is countered by a hatred more deep, abiding, and justified than that of the protagonist, Mongol. If you're a fan of Richard Adams' Plague Dogs, you're sure to absolutely LOVE this work!
When a vicious pack of stray dogs invade a small Oregon town, a troubled Police Chief discovers they’re carrying a horrifying strain of rabies.
I've read a fair bit of this story. It's gripping and fun and loony and wonderful and dark and just good fun. Give it a quick read to see if it's the kind of thing you like. You'll know pretty quickly, and likely you'll feel as I do!
Prince Crafræl of Atlantis may have to sacrifice all he has left in a desperate gambit to kill his diabolical father the warrior king. Jeopardizing his soul in service to the goddess Mytheras he stands trial before the dread inquisition...