..and she conceives a child.
I’ll explain this in detail very soon.
Excerpt from Book 2 The Wounding of Zarrotta Athos
During a skirmish, where Veena and Zarrotta are waging a guerilla war with the vangaurd of House Raynis; Zarrotta becomes briefly distracted by Veena. Entranced with watching her move, Zarrotta becomes easy prey for a Raynis spear. He is surely saved from much worse wounds, as Veena deftly dispatches the spearman. From then on, Zarrotta would walk with a strange gait, which only served to accentuate the individuality of his already eccentric sword-style. It is quite fortunate that the Warrior-Priestesses of Athena are skilled at mending wounds as well as causing them, as Veena would tend to Zarrotta when the sun went down.
It seems quite fitting that the very first post will be the actual cover to Book One. Each chapter will retain the same design and change colors. You probably noticed, but, yes this design is highly influenced by my love and admiration for Asian scrolls. This link will show you the work I’ve done with this format on the past. The scrolls you see on my site will be featured in the Crescent Chronicles as The Duchess Elgrave’s collection of ancient Alvu artifacts. I continue to be smitten with the scroll format, even to this day.
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