Emberfell is an in-progress novel, and currently my longest written work at over 100,000 words.
It is a fantasy story which follows a tactician-for-hire who is hired as a guide for a pair of travelers, Rose (a rich young lady) and Alex (her bodyguard). What initially seems like an easy job soon becomes much more as he finds himself drawn into a war of succession that threatens to tear a country apart.
Those Who Touch the Fire
Those Who Touch the Fire is an in-the-works fantasy novel about a shepherd girl, Embla, whose home is destroyed by a dragon. Her father is killed, and her sister, Aska, is left in a comatose state.
Embla swears vengeance against the dragon, and at the advice of old blacksmith, begins a quest to gather materials to have a magical sword made. She travels across her homeland of Allethane, encountering fey, giants, darkness, and even journeying into the underworld, uncovering remnants of the decayed country's former glory.
Foundling is an in-progress novel set on the continent of Strigana, which follows a group of adventurers whose travels slowly draw them into a supernatural conflict that threatens to destroys their homelands.
The story is very much about the characters, whose personal histories and goals shape their interactions and relationships.
The narrative chiefly follows a young girl, Reva, who recently found herself far from the quiet and eternal forest of her childhood. Unsocialized and plagued by fears, anxieties, and sensitivities, Reva seeks to return to her home while struggling to cope with the world around her.
Set on the continent of Strigana, this is a group of three stories which, together, tell the tale of Rain Allthorn, a young, half-elf woman who is set adrift in the world after the murder of her parents by Elkeini soldiers.
Rain, whose father was the fugitive prince of Elkein, travels west to find a life amongst her mother's people, the ancient and wise elves of Selanor. She begins to travel with Chelwen, a chaotic wood elf who has much to show her about the world.
But however much Rain might wish to have a few small adventures and settle quietly in the woods (as her parents did before her), fate begins to draw her inexorably towards her true destiny as queen of Elkein.