Hi, I’m glad you’re here. I’ll lay things out as plain as I can.
I’m a reader and you’re a reader, right? Good. If you like steamy romance or fantasy either seductive or sadistic, please go no further. We’re about clean fantasy adventure here. As Lynn says about the Falcon Chronicle, which goes for all great fantasy: “Exciting, engaging, rich. Adventure, intrigue, battles, all the elements of a good tale.”
If you’ve come this far, I think it safe to assume that when you dive into a new adventure you’d rather not wade around the stinking marshes of sexual betrayal or get stuck trudging through the vast desert of self-revolvement suffering thirst. If that’s so, wonderful! You will not find that kind of story here. We go for stories that call to mind Frodo’s Journey.
If you don’t want to read about a discovery of Frodo’s on the blog, but want to skip to the good stuff:
- You can find the beginning of Kyrin Cieri’s journey as a captive in a strange land of camels, sand, raiders, and whispering courtiers under Books – Falcon Heart. And all the other adventures in the Falcon Chronicle and fantasy beyond.
- There is also a good read list and other things of interest under Resources.
- You can discover more about the author.
- Or you can contact me.
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Long live authors and readers!
I love hiking outdoors where the green smells and unknown horizons call me to spontaneous adventure. Fantasy with hints of mystery and romance is my reading and writing love. Northern Idaho is my home, while music takes me to other wondrous places. To name a few soundtracks: LOTR, 13th Warrior, King Raven, The Katurran Odyssey, The Last Samurai, Enya, and Eragon. Epic fantasy takes me on glorious adventures where I long to roam.
A life-time lover of books, Azalea took writing classes with her Associate of Science, devours writing how-to books from James Scott Bell to Deborah Chester, and critiques other manuscripts for her online critique group, Fantasy for Christ. She’s a member of The Christian PEN and the American Copy Editors Society.