This is the fifth book in my Elf series. It is a stand-alone book as are all the books in this series. I was drawn to write about elfs after I read The Lord of the Rings. What a marvelous piece of art that is. No, I really don’t claim that my books are anything like the masterpiece(s) that Tolkien created. What I do know is that there are many Elf lovers who are starving like me for more clean elfin lore. It is to them I dedicate my work.
A Royal Elf of Abalon came to me as I…Continue
Added by Anna del C. Dye on May 10, 2012 at 12:27am — No Comments
The writing in Three for Avadar is simple and should be understood by anyone with basic English reading skills. The tale hasn’t been overused and the author did a good job with the theme. It has some repetition in it, yet not enough to make the book tiresome. A good editor should be able to clean and tidy it up easily into a great story.
The story starts with a handsome and very experienced warrior who comes upon a woman and her two escorts who are under attack by…Continue
Added by Anna del C. Dye on October 8, 2011 at 12:30am — No Comments
This tale is an unusual and entertaining story of a world divided by a veil. One side of the veil is bloody and full of battles, dried lands, and shadows. The other is its opposite—green fresh and fruitful. In this part of their world where everyone and everything gets along together wonderfully is a kingdom. In this kingdom there is a king who has a strong willed daughter. In the face of her coming wedding, she sets out to find her husband choice accompanied by her…Continue
Added by Anna del C. Dye on August 9, 2011 at 1:28pm — No Comments