I was so proud that I had managed to get through the Christmas season without getting sick. It seemed like almost everyone I know had managed to pick up some kind of bug, but I remained unscathed.
…Until a few weeks ago, that is.
I swear, I must have spent at least half of February in my pyjamas, curled up in bed, or in front of the TV. I even worked my way through three seasons of Xena. I still have this annoying cough that won’t go away, and I seem to have this new desire to take naps. (And I am not a nap person.) It hasn’t exactly been great for my writing productivity, but somehow I’m still keeping my head above water.
Legends of Lasniniar: A Deadly Wind
It seems fitting that I released A Deadly Wind this month, seeing as it involves a plague. (Obviously, my suffering is not quite on the same scale.) It actually came out a couple of weeks ago, but I’ve only gotten around to blogging about it now.
Family relations can be a complicated business.
Although Linwyn and Golaron are twins, they don’t always see eye to eye, and their father’s blatant favoritism of Linwyn doesn’t help matters. But now a plague has come to Belierumar, and the twins may be the only ones who can save the city–if they can return with help in time.
This 7,900 word fantasy novelette adventure takes place a few years before Soul Seeker from the World of Lasniniar Series.
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