Summer on Valaris

Valaris as world is also a civilisation, and people count time and have special events and days of rest. People name months too 🙂

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Noble Enemy and Evil Foe

So I’m sitting here and thinking about enemies. Not mine (hope I don’t have any!) but the enemies that populate tales of all kinds.

Having mentioned before how I deal with the classic concept of having a Dark Lord in my series, I thought I’d do a post about the antagonists in Lore.

A list, not a massive expose (an expose will take an entire book!)

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The four Arcana books concentrate on Margus, the Darak Or, and his soltakin army, and Infinity, the dara-witch, and her darklings.

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The four Reaume books are about Neolone, Dragon, and the return of an enemy believed killed in the Arcana series.

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The four Sanctum books are a little more complicated, but the main antagonists are the Warlock of Digilan and the Timekeeper.

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Enemies in fiction are great to write about! With them you are able to let go. We will be expounding (only a little!) about each of these, but meanwhile grab yourself a copy of THE INFINITY MANTLE for only 99c and begin this epic journey!

Water = Life

Valaris (world) is the main focus of the four Arcana books, and has some interesting places.

Mountains play a huge role, as do rivers …

… lakes …

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… islands …

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Valaris is, in fact, a water world. There is far more water than land, which is why the symbology inherent in water is ultimate.

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Up next are the desolated spaces

 

The Nemesis Blade

The first new cover for Lore of Sanctum!

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Torrullin’s sanctuary is invaded by a desperate call through the spaces. Someone has stolen the Xenian seer Lowen Dalrish, and he suspects it is Agnimus, the draithen who nearly annihilated his world and then vanished without a trace.

It is time for Elixir to stand forth. Time demands it of him.

Meanwhile three Valla heirs await the rising of the Valleur Throne; only one will be chosen as Vallorin. When a prophecy is uncovered about Three Kingdoms and rumours of an army secretly building to prevent it, Torrullin realises the three heirs to the Throne are in danger, for the warmongers believe he will carve out three kingdoms, one for each heir.

It is time to deploy Nemesis, the mighty blade forged of two, of both darak and lumin.

As activity becomes frenetic in the spaces, the dark man of Torrullin’s visions and dreams stirs and becomes aware of the newness in the ether. He now seeks release from his long incarceration. He knows how to find the missing seer; more than that, he is the catalyst to releasing long-suppressed memory.

It is time for Torrullin’s Nemesis to stand forth. His name is Elianas.

THE NEMESIS BLADE