The Dragon Sage Chronicles of the Realms of Arydd (AHR eth)
The Sovereign Dragons of the Realms of Arydd lived in peace with the many beings who inhabited the Realms for thousands of years. They have protected the Realms of Ayrdd with vigilance, since their life forces are inexorably tied to the lands within the Realms. To allow them to be defiled would mean their extinction. Now, there are those who would seek to do just that…
Blood and Bane
In a world, ruled by Dragons…
Galddor, Dragon Sage and liaison to the Sovereign Mountain Dragons, is training three apprentices to become Staves. Once trained, they will occupy all corners of the Realms to watch over and protect the land from magical abuse and desecration. Though Galddor’s visions foretold the rise of a destructive foe from within the apprenticeship, he overcomes his concerns. The apprentice in question is a known descendant from a family of humans who were banished from the Realms many years ago by the Sovereign Dragons – and Galddor. Now Galddor must push forward in the hopes the lessons he provides will overcome the apprentice’s natural, dark tendencies and instead become an honorable man. If Galddor is unable to meet this challenge, the past may come back to haunt him, affecting human-Dragon relations, and changing the face of the Realms forever.
Published: May 18, 2013
Words: 103,387 (approximate)
Niamh, a young, reclusive farm girl, wishes nothing more than to have a quiet, normal life; until she becomes the focus of an outcast Dragon terrorizing the village of Dunmuir. When her farm comes under attack and the Dragon seemingly appears wherever Niamh is, she is thought to be a witch and responsible for calling down the outcast Dragon. The village Administer sends a message to the Dragon Sage, Galddor, to assist with expunging the outcast Dragon. Now, facing the wrath of the entire village, Niamh must plead with the Dragon Sage of Arydd in order to protect her life from the outcast Dragon and the villagers. But, does Niamh have a secret?
A side story adventure in the Realms of Arydd, not directly part of the Dragon Sage Trilogy.
Published April 15th, 2015
Paperback: 254 pages
Word Count: 66,689 (approx)
The Goblin Queen
Servants No More… Once slaves to the Lurean royal families, the goblins served Tog-Morda in his attempt to overthrow the kingdom of Arydd’liss. With the bane’s defeat the goblins fled to Shimeer Forest where they have multiplied and terrorized anyone unlucky enough to find themselves lost in the woods. Under the leadership of the Goblin Queen they have become an army. Ronad, a Guardsman to the Ra’saad family and the kingdom, has been tasked with a test given to him by the Dragon Sage, Galddor the Stave. What awaits him in the forest are the goblins of which he is painfully aware. What he finds surprises not only himself, but Master Galddor as well. A find that could change their fates and the kingdom of Arydd’liss.
- Print Length: 334 pages
- Publication Date: August 31, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07GGP7MKW
- ISBN-10: 1724547968
- ISBN-13: 978-1724547965
The Black Sword
The Black Sword: The Dragon Sage Chronicles
The final chapter in the Dragon Sage Chronicles… Determined to take over the Realms of Arydd, a bane returns once more to reclaim the kingdom by force with his army of goblins. With Galddor gone from this realm the kingdom is vulnerable without his protection. The Sovereign Mountain Dragons have refused to associate with the humans any longer leaving no hope of their assistance. Young King Turk must take unusual steps to ensure the safety of everyone in the kingdom. With the aid of Ronad, the new Dragon Sage and Ryndorix, his Dragon friend, they must lead a team to retrieve the only weapon that can stop the bane once and for all.
Coming soon, a fantasy and sci-fi anthology
As I’ve said, I enjoy writing, everything from technical procedure manuals, but more importantly, fiction. Specifically fantasy and some Sci-fi. I tend to start some writing on one thing then move on to another. Some are very short, other’s are incomplete and I will finish at a later date. Some, one in particular grew out of a twitter fiction event where many people tweeted their experience as they “saw” the War of the Worlds and the martians attacking earth.