A prophesy was given to the Realm of Valeera, but only one kingdom took heed to it and set forth a law that would divide the people into two groups. The fair and the strange. One group possessed a promise from the gods while the other is doomed for eternity. Well, that’s what the people believed…
17-year-old Mageia Unknown is an orphan and the leader of a group of defected youths living on the outskirts of the Kingdom of Ardania. Growing up into a skilled thief and sword fighter, she makes it her duty to take care of her family, no matter the cost. But when an act of heroism goes wrong, she is next for the executioner’s sword.
17-year-old Grisonce Arlon is not the most respected prince in the realm. But when his obsession with the Fairest Prophesy intervenes with the case of the one called the Purple Thief, he turns into the royal joke. The odds are against him and Mageia with no joy in sight. Their world may be divided by the fairest and the strangest in the realm, but all would soon discover, that Mageia is neither one. She is both.
TWISTED FICTION: A BOOK OF SHORT STORIES
Do you like a good shock or a twist? For the past few months I’ve been writing short stories with a bit of a bump in their step. You never know what is happening until it’s too late. And here I’d like to share them with you. Sit back and enjoy and please do not be afraid to vote, comment, or critique. All are welcome to read!
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WRITING BLAH BLAH BLAH FOR YOURSELF: MY FIVE WAYS TO GETTING INTO THE WRITING MODE
I wrote this essay slash article for my editorial course at University of Baltimore. My classmates and I created and published this eBook titled: The Creators’ Memoir
Publisher/Date: Klein Family School of Communications Design. Fall 2016
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When I was eleven-years-old I was published for the first time in the Anthology of Poetry by Young Americans, 2004 edition. I remember being so excited and thankful for this first time accomplishment.
The short poem was called: “If I Only Had One Extra Wish.”
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