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This is still one of the strangest and most important things that has ever happened to me. In a dream that I had a woman very clearly whispered, "It was only Irita who bothered to cry" into my ear. The next day, I wrote it down. A few weeks later, I wrote the poem. I then converted the poem into a short song. I then incorporated it briefly into my second novel, "Arisen from Bygones". As of late, I have been delving ever deeper into the meaning behind the whisper.
These are a few very brief excerpts plucked from the new fantasy series I have been working on lately. The series will be many books long and I anticipate it to take years to write, but it is coming along nicely.
This post is a big longer and different than my usual posts. It is the full story of my creation process for my Troika Trilogy and how it came to be, which I have finally completed after 3 years of constant hard work.
This is an except from my upcoming novel "Forsaken of Silence", Troika: Book III, which mirrors a very similar section from the previous novel. They are the only two sections quite like this in the whole series, and for whatever reason I am very fond of them.
This is an excerpt written minutes ago from my newest novel, Forsaken of Silence, which I am more than halfway done with as of now. It is a brief scene, but one that doesn't reveal very much.
This is the second novel in my "Troika" series. It is a fun story and further explores and identifies the madness that is the town of Troika. Check it out if you like reading!
This is the first novel in my "Troika" series. It is a fun story and works as an introduction to the madness that is the town of Troika. Check it out if you like reading!
This is an excerpt from my upcoming novel "Forsaken of Silence" which will be Book III in my novel series, "Troika".
This is the second novel in my 'Troika' book series, and is the sequel to 'Begotten By Bay'. I am already deep into the third novel, and the series will most likely extend from there!