It’s Alive!

I’m pleased to announce that Murdoch’s Tale is now available for purchase on Amazon.com in print and Kindle versions (if you are an Amazon Prime member, you can get the Kindle version free.) If you prefer Nook or Kobo for you electronic reading pleasure, you can get it there, too. Have a book club? Use … More It’s Alive!

About That Ksh

I’ve tried so hard to focus on writing, and faeries, and the 12th Century in this blog, and then I had to go and read this. When one is creating a fictional world one gets to not only create imaginary people, but the value systems they live by. In the case of the Faer, whom … More About That Ksh

Reviews Are In

Here’s what readers of Murdoch’s Tale are saying on Amazon. You can click here and use the Look Inside function to see what they are talking about. 1. New! shari trnka reviewed Murdoch’s Tale (Corwin’s Chronicle) (Volume 1) I thoroughly enjoyed this well told tale March 16, 2018 I thoroughly enjoyed this well told tale! … More Reviews Are In

About That Vaira

We quetan tend to think that anything we are not aware of simply doesn’t exist, as if, for example, Saturn had no rings before Galileo took his first peek through a telescope. In my book, I describe the Faer as a mute, telepathic human species with a mode of perception that is expanded far beyond … More About That Vaira

The Faer

When Corwin encounters the Faer in Murdoch’s Tale, exactly who is he meeting? We have these notions of “faeries” as little gossamer-winged sprites or noble Tolkien elves, living like lords in the forest with no visible means of support, or perhaps the daioni sidhe, shining beings of light. I’ve noticed a tendency we have, and … More The Faer