Howdy folks! After a week long excursion into space (with a little dystopian stop for an interview), we’re back on the ground again with a more traditional fantasy. Trust me, we’re showing no signs of stopping as it pertains to showing off incredible authors and their works.
Today, we’re focusing on an interesting storyteller. Tiffany Skylark is a multilingual worldspinner who has been working on her craft for over a decade. Spend a little time reading her recently released book, Roquiel and the Phoenix, and you’ll see that passion unfold. Skylark takes special care to build up Kitharion. Her characters are easy to root for, and you’ll always be eager to turn the page.
“Wisdom? No. Not this time. It is the most unwise thing that we could do and we must not allow it to happen. You know it would be the end of our world to heed this prophecy,” Ava said, her tears turning into anger. “Do not worry, Ava. In time you will see that it is the right thing to do,” Sabio said. “I do not wish to disagree with you, but this time I must,” Ava said. “Have faith, dear one,” Sabio said with a smile. The phoenix that guards the Life Stone on Kitharion is dying. When it dies, the Life Stone must be replaced or the life-giving energy from Medeina cannot be channeled into the planet. But who will be the elf to take on this dangerous mission?
Roquiel and the Phoenix is a great introduction to Kitharion, but the entertainment certainly won’t end there. Skylark has more books in the saga that will be out soon, and she also has plenty of other stories to tell. Dive into her world, and check out Roquiel and the Phoenix on Amazon today!
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