The Dragon King has spent a thousand years acting as mediator between four squabbling races who are determined to destroy the world. But despite his great power, Galeath aches for the one thing he can't buy with his riches; love.
Card Tales was written to a challenge to help me get over my writer's block. It is a series of interwoven tales with a single main character, Cardanniel, who gets into a bunch of trouble. At the top of each tale will be a list of required elements. These were part of the challenge. Please note there are continuity errors, and I am aware of them.
Taral Lassast was once a part of a powerful dynasty, a Royal Prince with the world at his feet. That was until an act of brutal betrayal brought his world crashing down. Now, sentenced to death, can the magic inside him blossom in time?
A silver haired elf and a redheaded human find that their destinies are intertwined. This story is only for those who enjoy medieval, magical fantasy starring boys and teens. It is from The Book of Heroes, the source of “The Translator,” “The Paladin,” “Dragon’s Treasure,” “George of Sedona,” and other stories.This particular story begins in the elven city of Barbicana.
A party of boys and teens; elves and humans; mages, clerics, and warriors, follows a quest to bring the Light into places of Darkness. Along the way, the boys meet people who are both Good and Evil, and find both enemies and allies in their quest.
This story is a sequel to “In the Prince’s Secret Service,” and “Knight Templar in Training.” Familiarity with these stories would be beneficial to readers of this story
Two boys with nothing in common join forces to search for a missing classmate. They discover a world governed by both magic and logic. There, they find the one thing they do have in common is the only thing that is important. This story begins on Earth (or an Earth analogue), a few months after “The Book of Heroes: George of Sedona,” . It is not essential, but perhaps useful, to have read at least the first chapter of that story before reading this one.
Two teens—one an Elven mage, the other the Human son of a huntsman—meet as healer and patient, but develop much closer ties. They set out to see World, and find it to be a very different place from the sheltered existence they had led. Their lives are not made easier by the Darkness that seeks to eclipse the Light that has ruled Elvenhold and Arcadia for 5,000 years.
A teen with an earnest desire to become a Warrior-Cleric travels from a small town to the capital city and enrolls in the central temple of Arcadia. It is not long, however, before his skills and training lead him into danger. Along the way, he meets a half-Elven boy who becomes his acolyte and companion.