- Author of several award winning metaphysical books in 4 languages, a safety book for field workers, and numerous articles, now moving into writing fiction.
Tag Archives: medieval
I’m hard at work on the second book in the Purification Trilogy, Eluned’s Apprentice. I’ve got 41,000+ words written so far, and I’m hoping to have it done by the end of August. Stay tuned!
Click on the Image to purchase the e book Sword Season, Year 498, Schola of Balbius, Nahe, Federation of Silvand. Time and patience are the strongest of all warriors. Druce de Triens, “The Book of … Continue reading
I’ve just created a “visitor’s guide to Eilir” for people interested in the world I created for my Purification Trilogy. I’ll be adding to it in months to come.
I’ve just added a couple of pages to my blog on ancient armour and weapons for fantasy writers. Regards, Charles
Chances are if your fantasy characters are in a pseudo-medieval setting that they’ll be eating soup. The term soup derives from an post-classical Latin verb suppare (“soak”), which was borrowed from the German root “sup,” from which we get the modern … Continue reading
I’m just in the process of loading my lexicon of occult terminology to the page of this blogby that name for all you fantasy writers out there looking for information on magick for your novels. Enjoy! Regards, Charles