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A Dance of Sellswords Part 4

Here is the fourth piece of the six part tale of, “A Dance of Sellswords”. Thank you for your support and enjoy the next installment of this untold story.

Zephyrs coursed across the vast and open skies of a dusk cerulean midnight hue. Waves crashed upon the cliffs of Grelldrin. Stars were veiled under the vigilant storm passerby. Firena Certhviean, a child of one years old, barely cried. When she did, many believed she was the cause of the storms that fell overhead. Vyctor and Edlen paid them no mind, they were not convinced, no matter how many came to believe the little one had anything to do with it.
A druid told the crowds of the encampment just miles away from Grelldrin, that even if she was the cause, would they risk the wrath of the gods. “This child, is our savior… the champion of the gods, would you deny their wisdom… deny their divinity… or would you protect her from the evils that would dare threat her life as we speak?” Whispers failed to carry across the air, the crowds listened to the druid’s words.
“A Demon Sorcerer lies in the shadows of the world, his lust for power will bring him here to destroy us… our way of life, he must be stopped. Alas, no one else can save us from this torment except her. This storm is hers, make no mistake, she is one of them, a Wolfsayer.” The druid continued, his arms raised high above him to the skies. “Now, what say you… will you protect her until she is able to defend us or will you forsake her and risk the anger of the gods?” The people thought long and hard about their next course of action, the druid waited with the patience of a Freprisdiel.
No one moved to close the distance in between them and the druid, until one stepped forward. He knelt before the druid and withdrew his sword. “I swear to protect her until I draw my last breath.”
“Then do so and serve her well, she will need all of us, if she is to succeed, in the Demon Sorcerer’s defeat.”
Mammoth waves crash against the shores, until a shrouded figure emerges from the sea’s depths. “She doesn’t need servants or some cult to follow her, she needs friends who will live, die and fight beside her when the time draws near. For now let her be a child, this demon will come soon enough.”
The druid closed the distance between him and the shrouded figure, his hands enveloped inside his sleeves. “Tell me how she will survive the shadows of the world, when she has no means to protect herself, she is only child?”
Silver glistened in the water, and the mammoth waves drowned everyone in the crowd, save the druid. “What are you?” The druid said, trying to get to his feet, only to fall to his knees once more.
“The question you should be asking, is who am I, druid.” The shrouded figure said, his voice raised seamlessly in the storm’s wake. “I’m Seger, perhaps you’ve heard of me.”
Seger! The God of the Sea! He rose from the depths to punish us. The druid thought before he calmed his nerves just enough to speak. “We were just trying to—–” With one thrust of his trident, Seger ended the druid’s life in the blink of an eye.
“My nephew saw everything, druid. Firena Certhviean was never going to be yours to do with as you pleased, she belongs no one. My brother will be expecting you and your fellow cultists, and rest assured he has something in store for all of you, the veil awaits you.” Seger finished, before he walks back into the sea.

Vyctor and Edlen saw the entire thing, while Firena slept in her mother’s arms. “How many cults have risen since she was born?” He asked his wife.
Edlen sighed, taking in the storm around them. “Five, if you count this one. Given the decree of the gods, they will not last. There were no survivors of the last one either.”
“I’ve spoken with Oberyn, he told me, there won’t be another.” Vyctor said, rubbing gentle circles along Edlen’s back. Edlen looked to the skies and for the first time in two days, saw a break in the clouds. Vyctor’s hand fell to his wife’s stomach. “Our children will be safe until we receive news of this evil that haunts us.”
“And, what if they aren’t, Vyctor? Where will we go… who can protect them if we can’t? I don’t want to send them to Lyreires.” Edlen professed as tears fell from her eyes.
Vyctor held them close and pressed a kiss to Firena’s head. “We will protect them until we draw our last breath, my love. But remember, the gods are on our side, you Seger out there, defending her as the others have. Do not fear, for her, these evils will never prosper. She will survive this and her brother or sister will too.”
Seven months later, Remus Certhviean was born. Fissures rose and fell with a solitary earthquake outside the borders of Grelldrin.

Stay tuned for the continuation of the, Lost Tales of the Srielriya, that will delve further into the pasts of Vyctor and Edlen Certhviean, coming soon.


Hey everyone, this an A/N concerning New Posts.

Normally I will try to post every Saturday, however, if for some reason you don’t see a new post then, it will either be up on Sunday or the following Saturday if all goes well.

With that being said, this new weekly cycle will continue until the new post can be seen on my blog’s page, for all new posts.

Thank you for your support and I hope all is well. Happy Holidays from me to you.


Hey everyone, I apologize for not posting a new post in a while it was not my intention to do so. I do have some updates to share with you.

First, is the new day of the week that I will be posting on my blog. Instead of Thursdays, a new post will be posted sometime on Saturdays unless I say otherwise. Part 4 of “A Dance of Sellswords” will either be posted this Saturday or one of the later dates that will be mentioned in the A/N I’ll be posting soon about new posts.

Secondly, the first 10 chapters of “Heart and Soul of Srielrian” and the first 12 chapters of “Wolfsayer” are ready to view on Wattpad. Updates normally will occur on either Fridays or Saturdays, or will be posted the following Friday if everything goes well.

Thirdly, I started the sixth book of “The Wolfsayer Series”, titled “Midnight Wisp” that will come out soon. I’ve just reached Chapter 3.

Lastly, after I finish “The Wolfsayer Series”, I will be starting a new project. The first book of my 22 book Gothic Norse Series will come out soon after I finish book 8 of “The Wolfsayer Series”.

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A Dance of Sellswords Part 3

Here is the third piece of the six part tale of, “A Dance of Sellswords”. Thank you for your support and enjoy the next installment of this untold story.


Rogue tempests held no candle to the force of nature being brought into the world. The great celestial skies of midnight shaped a veil of stars that beckoned a riled and ever-changing sea. Nature, in itself came together for no one else or so the legends were told across the tapestries of time and history. Vyctor and Edlen barely had enough time to make it safely to the den of creatures that call the four winds of the world home. the Windresirs of Sereinne.
Vyctor eased his beloved wife on his cloak that he just finished laying out when, her screams filled the air, as another contraction surged through her body. For twenty-six hours, the pain did not falter. No respite could comfort their hearts, not knowing when their child would come into this world, but when caught them off guard was the Windresirs and how they were closer to them on either side.  Blythe, the matriarch of the zephyrs of the north, stood steadfast as another pained cry passed thru Edlen. For, a new life was about to come swiftly into the world, but what no one had foreseen was a celestial from the Halls of Lyreires made her presence known.
Wise and a fierce warrior forged in the fires of war, the goddess Pallas arrived while the others descend.  A few Wolfsayers spared their supplies while they bustled out of her way, as she knelt by Edlen’s side. “It’s time, for this little one to come into the world, Oberyn has foreseen it.”
Edlen breathed thru her last contraction. “How can you be so sure?” Her mind’s eye delved across a field and back again. Pallas smiled at the expectant mother.
“Forget everything else that clouds your mind, what does your heart tell you, Edlen Certhviean? Allow your heart to find hers, and tell me what you’re afraid of.” Vyctor grabbed a hold of Edlen’s hand as she pushed thru another wave of pain, as she began to push. Wisps of wind and a veil of mist washed over her, as she felt her child finally making her presence known. Sure, the pain was one way but she had no control over that, but wait did the wise one, reveal their hearts were right and that they would be welcoming their little girl into this new world.
Despite all the discomfort she endured, it was still euphoric to know their daughter, their firstborn is finally here.   Before she can try to fathom anything else, a baby’s cries filled the air. Symphonies of the four winds carried over the air, to greet a new life. Pallas gave her blessing to the newborn child as she handed her over to her mother. “This child is a beacon of hope for those who have none, she will receive all the blessings we have to offer, she will become our champion. What is her name?”
Both mercenary lords were lost for words, their daughter was just born and already she has the blessings from all the Srielriya gods, and their kin save those who clung to the shadows. Thinking it over, without much trouble, as if it was second nature and their hearts were one and the same, Vyctor turned his attention to the fierce shield-maiden. “Firena, Firena Certhviean.”
Windresirs drew closer still. The twin gods gave their blessings to Firena, as Leila took her into her arms. Oberyn’s eyes glowed a golden hue before he turned his gaze to the newborn’s parents. “A winged wolf flies across a midnight sky filled with stars and over a raging sea, who lives eternally, unlike you and the rest of your kin, she is one of three who will guide your kin into a golden age. Make no mistake she is more than she appears.”
Firena’s fingers clung to her mother’s chemise and drew closer, Edlen rubbed small circles along her daughter’s back. “We’ll always stand beside her, my lord Oberyn. She is our child.”
Leila’s silver armor glistened along the torches that burned bright, as if the stars themselves had graced them with their presence. “You misunderstand, Wolfsayer. My brother sees two wolves standing by her side thru everything life will throw her way. Beside, a winged wolf of the four winds, there will dwell a wolf of sea and fire.”
Vyctor ran his hands over his face, clapping his knees gingerly before he addressed the twin gods in front of fire.  “What if we don’t want her to live this life? To be what we are, not just mercenaries but Wolfsayers.”
Silence crept over the dens of the Windresirs, not even the gods whispered a word thereafter. Yet, for all the silence that remained, one mind, body and soul kept her voice above their own, Firena.  She may be a newborn child, and she may cry from time to time, but her heart beats true. Her spirit is a dreamer, one of the truest believers, only she knows where her path lies. Pallas thought. “That’s not for us to decide, Vyctor. You may be her parents, and yes you brought her into this world, and you love her dearly, we all see it, but who are you to decide her fate… who are you to take away her voice?”
Before either could argue with the wise goddess of the Srielriya, Pallas cut them off at the pass. “Do you honestly believe she will be a little girl forever, that you can keep this a secret from her. She deserves to know who she is… where she comes from… don’t take that away from her, she is stronger than you realize.”
She’s the Wind Crethighe, and she cannot die, but mark my words, Vyctor and Edlen Certhviean. Her time will come and when it does, a rogue tempest, will not be weathered and tamed, but instead a wisp of fresh air that will carry us through our dreams and into reality.

Stay tuned for the continuation of the, Lost Tales of the Srielriya, that will delve further into the pasts of Vyctor and Edlen Certhviean, coming soon.



A Dance of Sellswords Part 2

Here is the second piece of the six part tale of, “A Dance of Sellswords”. Thank you for your support and enjoy the story.

It had been a few months since their close run in with the Vearin. No one knew how they had escaped without a trace, but those were the great mercenary lords for blathers of gossip. Their travels took the latter all across Glinre, even thru the unknown territories of Zegrelith, Neyinxin, and Erotherynn.  Even in their dreams they faced another adventure. Wolfsayers are curious creatures, sentients really. Some have tried to learn anything they could.
Alas no one knew where to start or where to end their search. Elusive as many fractals of nature, a tale of Wolfsayers passed into legend. Myths to be passed down from generation from generation, to teach children and others a lesson, though a latter crossed social circles throughout the ages, not one spins in the direction of the truth.
A lie is a lie no matter how it’s spun.
Spindles held no candles to those who have been misled. Vyctor and Edlen had heard all, from the tall tales of Wolfsayers coming out all during the full moon, and that they could rival the Vrakarthres in their ways, to the time they passed thru Hervoren where several knight errant lords and their disciples, who supplant the good names of the Wolfsayers, because of one depraved lunatic, as he drove himself mad with his lust for power. The latest tale was of Edlen’s parents, the Lord and Lady of Theranosse, Renieva and Edric Anlryn.   How her mother couldn’t stomach the atrocities her little brother committed so she turned her gaze away, as multitudes were left alone to fend helplessly for themselves against his fists of iron, while her father is in over his head, and those where the kinder ones.
It didn’t take long for Vyctor’s hand was forced into action, each and every time, he defended her honor, and swallowed his anger when the rumors grew against him. Until one low life drunk spurned his unborn child.
When Edlen gave him the news, he felt a swell of pride burst at the seam and beyond another intricately and newly sown thread in a tapestry. It was then, he faltered in his resolve, whoever tries to insult him is welcome to do so despite how he feels, but if someone dared the same upon his lover and wife, and any child they brought into this life, they had better watch their step.
To face the ire of a slighted Wolfsayer was most unwise.
Rinsing his bloodied knuckles of the drunk’s blood from his hands, Vyctor grabbed a cloth nearest to him and tossed it on the unconscious man’s bloodied face.  His nose and jaw broken in three places, the Lord Srielrian slipped out the front door without anyone to stop him or his wife from leaving the tavern. “Are you alright?” He asked, as he gently caressed her abdomen. “Did they raise a hand to you or the baby?”
Edlen shook her head, while she tended to her own injuries on their way out.  “No, no one got a chance, they were dead before any of their strikes fell upon us, my love.”  Enveloping his blistered hand in hers, she addressed him further. “Besides I wasn’t the one who threw the fallen knight errant lords across the tavern and out the door into the street.”
Just before he could say anything else, he felt a surge pulse against his hand like he was caught up in the outskirts away from the eye of the storm. “Did you feel that?” He asked, surprised by the force behind it was like a rogue tempest.
She smiled. “Of course, I did. She takes after both of us.” He heard her say.  His wife thought they were having a daughter instead of a son. Many would argue the same old questions, how do you know it’s the latter, whether it is a son or daughter. But the Great Wolf of Srielrian, reveled in the idea of having a daughter, it didn’t matter to him so long as they were happy and healthy.
Now it was his turn to smile. “If I didn’t know any better, I would argue she will not take after both of us, she is her own force of nature to reckon with, and when she arrives… the stars themselves will fly across the heavens, in a veil of starlight to welcome her.” He said.         Planting a gentle kiss where he last felt a kick, Vyctor took Edlen in his arms and left the tavern behind.
They had been married not long after the incident near the Norhainor Mountains, at least it didn’t feel that way to them. For nearly the entire year they have known each other, they grew closer. Gravity in its power seemed to draw them together, and with a sense of euphoria and a platonic air, they fell for one another.
Despite how many have spread their opinions, the lovebirds didn’t care. For within sight was the lives they wished to lead, and destinies were forever intertwined that glorious eventide, when Edlen in all but name eloped with him. She didn’t care for the life she held a court, nor did she care that her father thought her lover was no match for her.
Her mother, Lady Renieva knew her daughter well. She was just like her when she was her age, but in her heart, she knew that if they have decided to give her a grandchild, that one day, they’d be a force unlike anything the world has ever seen.
Not necessarily a bad thing, she thought. Whomever they are, they’ll keep this world on its toes. A great storm is coming and we best be ready when it does for this will be a rogue tempest.

Stay tuned for the continuation of the, Lost Tales of the Srielriya, that will delve further into the pasts of Vyctor and Edlen Certhviean on August 31st. 

A Dance of Sellswords Part 1

I know it has been awhile but I would like to take a moment and thank everyone who has followed me and my books thus far, so thank you for your support. And for those who are new here, welcome and I hope you enjoy the stories being told here. Without any further delay, let the next chapter within the Lost Tales of the Srielriya begin.


Long nights and colossal storms stirred awake, the world’s most powerful obelisks. One by one, the Wolfsayers clashed.  Sovereigns, Enforcers, Mentors, and Guardians, it made no difference. How could it, when all seemed lost in the wildness of eternity.  To live within the realms of the seen and the unseen, shadows and flames erupt thru bramble thickets. Thorns cut deep, wounds linger and maelstroms swell beyond a mind’s eye. Lust for power and lands that were never their own, House Anlryn’s ever aggressive firebrand, Helthornnayus made his mark on the world around them.  Merciless disciples pillaged and burned all within their path.   For once, it seemed as though the Wolfsayers however ripped apart at the seams they were, they now shared a common enemy.
A year had passed before the remnants fled to whence they came, to live and fight another day.    Nevertheless, peace between the eight great houses of Wolfsayers was elusive as ever. House Anlryn and House Certhviean were nearly at each other’s throats for several years. Bloodlust has sowed its seeds deep within a rooted beneath a felled tree. First, Rowan Anlryn… then his youngest son and heir, Helthornnayus… raised arms against the Dravnien’s, and his own daughter, Farina Anlryn’s joined forces. Broken shards of trust remained untouched for many years.  For many years, still Anlryn and Certhviean were at ends but new threads of life were rose like phoenixes from the ashes, and into the flames of a bright new age.
Maybe the friendship could be mended between sovereign bloods. Since the harsh and bitter cold winter airs of Srielrian, Vyctor and his northern lords barely staved a listening ear for House Anlryn’s affairs. Tending to their own, they rebuilt homes, and saved lives after a brief gathering with Lloyd Anlryn and his bannermen.   Once the news Helthornnayus’ disciples have fallen at the claws of the Srielriya Drakes of the Norhainor Mountains, Lloyd’s business there was finished. No bloodshed between Vyctor’s and Lloyd’s sentinels were spilt, but in remembrance for all the ones that fell into the hands of Dis, kept the distance evermore.
Riddled aflame, the maelstroms were reborn anew and a new phoenix rose from the flames. Two hearts forever intertwined, the beating heart of true love or so the bards have sung. They have come a long way since Vyctor held her at his sword’s edge. It’s strange when they remind themselves of how their so-called fairytale began. Who started that anyway, the bards or blathers of gossipers, is there any difference between the whisperers of the outside world, outsiders looking in, professing to matters they barely understand… neither Edlen or Vyctor knew.
Nor did they give strangers to their mind’s eye quell the love they felt for another. Some called it a forbidden love, others a fairytale in their lives. If only others felt that way, Edlen thought. Staving her thoughts away from the troublesome air that filled her heart, a tender but gentle kiss laid to rest upon her bare shoulder, the great shield-maiden of Theranosse closed her eyes.  “Vyctor, we need to go. It’s not safe here.”
Vyctor ignored her warning, as he trailed his lips up her shoulder and skirted across her jawline. One of his hands gingerly brushed along her waist until it rested on her outer thigh. “We’ve reached the summit of Eriecen Highlands. No one will find us up here.” He reasoned. Edlen blissfully shook her head as she turned around in his embrace and leaned in to kiss his lips.
“Oh, really? We’re deep inside Vrakarthre territory and you believe they won’t notice our presence here?” She continues as she presses her lips to his once more in a passionate kiss.
He smiled into the kiss. “Where’s your sense of adventure, my love? We’re Wolfsayers, not defenseless.”  Cupping her face in his hands, caught in a loving embrace, “These wolves are fierce warriors but we are humble travelers who are just passing thru.” Gently pulling away from her side, Vyctor Certhviean rose to his feet. “Fine.” He said meeting her apprehensive gaze. Reaching for his clothes, he got dressed and gathered his weapons, as Edlen did the same.
“How far is the Ilrie Forest?” Edlen asked curiously while she finished pulling on her boots.    Vyctor runs his hand over the back of his neck.
“A few days ride, if the weather holds.” He said. Sheathing his swords, he called for their horses but they didn’t come. Drawing one of his daggers free, he beckoned Edlen to do the same. Staying close to the trees and weaving thru another forested knoll, rustling leaves crackled and crunched under their elusive shadow and visitor. But neither dared say a word, should they draw any more unwanted attention.
Edlen looked around, nearly tripping on a branch along the way. Keeping close to the shadows herself, she drew her daggers close to her heart. Twigs and leaves snapped behind her. Suddenly jarred back into the tree at her back, a grizzled maw met steel.
She spun her arms down in an arc, her daggers pierced thru flesh and bone. “We’re being hunted!” She called out to Vyctor. Quickly slipping her daggers to her sides, Edlen looked around once more. However, he did not answer. Before she could muster the nerve to call out to him again, another shadow lunged for her, a ray of silver gleamed in sunlight, and there was a familiar face.
“They’re growing bolder.” He said as he cleansed his daggers on the fur of the dead werewolves. “Anvraya’s filth, have traveled far to have reached us here. They must have tracked us since Krevnevris.”
Howls echoed across the air. Wafts of mist rolled across the highlands. “They’re here.”


Stay tuned for the continuation of the, Lost Tales of the Srielriya, that will delve further into the pasts of Vyctor and Edlen Certhviean on May 31st. 


Midnight Wisps Part 3

Good afternoon everyone and welcome to the third and final piece of “Midnight Wisps”, next week is going to be the beginning of Edlen’s and Vyctor’s next adventure. Thank you, for reading thus far, and I hope you’ll continue reading from here.


It must have been a dream… or rather a sense of reality, she failed to see. Srielriya drakes, fissures in a mountain that took a life all of their own. Crypts that could melt the emotional flesh off a backbone from the heartiest of warriors, Edlen didn’t know where to turn. If she turned back, surely her uncle’s men would catch her, and if they didn’t find her, the drakes or anything else could reach beyond both of her weapons, surely would.   As much as she disliked being dependent on another, she needed him, to make it out of Srielrian unseen.
“How did you know, they were down there?” She began, keeping her blade close at hand. “I mean, we could have stumbled upon them?”
Vyctor trained his eye on the brush ahead. “That milady, is why many outsiders die and not many live to tell the tale.” Swept his sword left to right, and right to left, he led them down a hidden pass.       “I have been to Lehrian before, no one save your mother and your uncles have come here, and survived. Tell me, why your people trespass on my family’s lands?”
Edlen caught up with him, her pace fell in sync with his. “I couldn’t answer that, even if I wanted to.” She dragged her sword along and helped Vyctor cut the brush aside. “My family doesn’t tell me, the details to every move they make.”
No one in her family told her much of anything, simply a protection detail they told her.  Especially when the other clans of their kin were involved.   To be truthful, until she met Vyctor, she had never met a Certhviean or any of their sentinels before.
“They don’t trust you, then.” He argued as he cut down another patch of tall grass. Turning, until he stood face to face with her, the warrior’s gaze fell upon hers. “Must be frustrating, when they turn a blind eye to one of their own.”  I know all too well, how you feel—Edlen, only daughter of Renieva Anlryn and Edric Vaughn. 
She scoffed at the idea. “They have never turned their backs on me… they just believe they’re trying to protect me.”
Now that she said it aloud, she cursed under her breath. She was alone in the wilds of Srielrian, with Vyctor Certhviean, a fellow Wolfsayer she barely knew, while her family had no idea where she was. Even she had to admit, this wasn’t her finest hour, but she remembered…she’s faced far worse battles than this one.
Both shared a swift and ever-changing glance with one another, when a rustle of leaves caught high in a midnight breeze. “What was that?” She asked, poising to strike whatever it is lurking in behind the trees. “Another one of your friends?”
He shook his head.
“Gawain, introduce yourself to our honored guest.” Vyctor said. Before she could say another word, an axe swung straight thru the air and lands a centimeter away from her ear. Her heart nearly jumps out of her chest, had it not been for her ribcage, it would have succeeded.      But she did the second best thing, tripped over a fallen tree branch.    “Edlen Anlryn, meet Gawain Relnios, my brother-at-arms.”
The bear of a man, plucked his axe out of the tree’s bark effortlessly. His steely gaze kept, fixed on her, just in case she tried anything. “Anlryn, huh… did she tell you why she was here?”    He didn’t even wait for his answer before he trained his axe to just below her chin.   “Lloyd’s men were here, the other day harassing my sentinels. Did she tell you that?”
Helthornnayus’ men to the north, and Lloyd’s men to the west… what to make of this. Vyctor thinks before turning his eye back to his companions.
“My father didn’t leave me in charge just to watch our lands burn, my friend. If they strike, we will have the advantage.” Stealing a wary glance at Edlen, he staved the axe away from her throat. “But she will not be a part of it.”
Relnios Lord of the Wolfsayers, or not he didn’t understand. She was their enemy.   Why would his sovereign save her, he couldn’t place his finger on it. “Lloyd’s men are on our borders, remnants of, his late brother skulk about the shadows… it’s only a matter of time before her mother and her other uncle is behind them.”
Helping Edlen to her feet, Vyctor kept his distance. “She helped me heal my injuries. The insidious fiend’s men were after us both, she isn’t with them, but it remains to be seen about her uncle Lloyd’s men.”
Edlen didn’t know this man, Gawain Relnios really well, but her mother has spoken of his family in almost every conversation she held about the eastern territories of Glinre. She gathered one thing, a Relnios is not to be trifled with, or any sentinel sworn to their sovereign lord, the Certhvieans. “I’ve no idea what you’re talking about. My family doesn’t have quarrel’s with you.”
Vyctor scoffed under his breath.     “Your grandfather started one with my family ages ago. He may have been a great man once, but his greed got the better of him before he died at the hands of lesser men.”
“Gawain, gather your men and wait for further orders. Send a scout to Lloyd’s generals and give his high sentinel Reynard Zecreth one chance to treat with me, I’d like to meet with, the great Lord of Esneralth.”  The well-built Nevrisse warrior, rests his axe across his shoulder, with a respectful nod, at his sworn liege lord’s order, he left the pair alone once more.
But Edlen was confused, why would her Uncle Lloyd have men wandering into Srielrian. He didn’t support his father’s wishes for Srielrian, nor did her Uncle Ilnieyas or her mother for that matter, the only one might have been Helthornnayus.
It made sense, but how could she be certain if she was nearly attacked by every Srielriya native who believed they sided with her late uncle when they were off by a dozen leagues. “Vyctor, let me speak with, my uncle. I can get the answers you require.”
He graciously dismissed her offer.
“Forgive me, milady but this doesn’t concern the Halls of Theranosse. This is between, Esneralth and Srielrian.” Picking up her sword and handing it back to her, he led her to the borders of Srielrian.    “I trust you know your way from here.”
Edlen nodded. “Good, a fresh horse is waiting for you down the road, I saw to it after we met. This is where I leave you.”
Ever since she arrived in Srielrian, she had been chased by Helthornnayus’ men and stole a one in the thousandth glance, the mythical drakes of the Srielriya Mountains of Norhainor, but none of them are in close comparison to her encounter with a Certhviean Lord.    Vyctor, is unlike anyone she has ever seen in Lehrian, or anywhere else for that matter. Before she turned to walk down the road to find the horse he supposedly spoke of, his hand caught hers.
He brought hers to his lips, pressing a gentle kiss upon it.     “May the gods watch over you, Edlen of Theranosse.” Gingerly releasing his grip on her hand, he drew something from his cloak.  One of the beautiful midnight wisp flowers from the groves of the Norhainor Mountains.    “Here, I want you to have this, to remember our time together, however short it might have been. That tonight… I met one whose beauty rivals the endless stars of a midnight sky.”
As he drew a few strands of her hair back, and placed the flower beside her left ear. He whispered in the early misted breeze, I pray we see each other again, and dispersed.


Stay tuned for the continuation of the, Lost Tales of the Srielriya, that will delve further into the pasts of Vyctor and Edlen Certhviean on March 2nd.  


Sendrath Chronicle: News

Good afternoon everyone, I have an announcement about my newest addition to the Wolfsayer Series collection. I just finished the fifth book of the entire series … but the first of four in the spin-off series, the Sendrath Chronicles, “Aclerieas” is now available.


Also, look for the third part of the Lost Tales of the Srielriya, delving into the lives of the mercenary lords of the Wolfsayers, Vyctor and Edlen Certhviean, on October 21st . Have a great evening.