The Twin Flame Experience – Breaking Down Walls

The Twin Flame Experience – Breaking Down Walls

Those that know me well, are aware of my dislike of labels. Yet we do need to differentiate experiences in some way. The twin flame is no exception, although it is probably the most widely misunderstood relationship, on a par perhaps with the term Soul Mate.

Let me share with you the knowledge I have gained regarding both types of relationship, through my own life experiences (with a heavy relationship focus) and my interdimensional travelling. (more…)

Kingdoms Lost – Chapter 2 – Puzzling Rustles.

Kingdoms Lost – Chapter 2 – Puzzling Rustles.

Kingdoms Lost intro

Chapter 1 – Reminders of the Past

She stared at a crack in the ceiling plaster. It looked like the claws of a dragon, ripping open the roof to get inside. Outside the night was still, the silence occasionally broken by a dog’s bark or a roosting bird dislodged from its perch with an indignant squawk. Twice in two days her old life had come calling and she wasn’t sure what to think of that. Prince Vlarimar was the son of King Vlodmed. She swallowed a lump that crept into her throat. King Vlodmed had rent apart Erania, swallowing her home, and Helian’s. He had killed all she loved, and so he had killed a part of her too. The part that truly cared. And now she lived a different life, with a different name, so that King Vlodmed need not fear an heir to Swallowmeres’ throne might come to take it back. (more…)

Kingdoms Lost – Chapter 1- Reminders of the Past

Kingdoms Lost – Chapter 1- Reminders of the Past

Kingdoms Lost intro

She walked into a haze of smoke and the stench of male sweat and stale beer. Hegard smiled and nodded a greeting. ‘Be with you shortly lass.’

She slung her pack down at her feet, but kept her sword buckled firmly in place. It wasn’t the worst tavern on the road, but men and beer often ended in violence.

‘You want the usual?’ Hegard asked, grabbing a tankard from the shelf behind him.

‘You mean you have something different?’

He chuckled and shook his head. He drew the ale slowly creating a frothy head, just the way she liked it. At least he kept a good barrel. And she was hot, thirsty and in need of something cool.

‘It’s busy,’ she commented as he placed the tankard in front of her. ‘Is there any food left?’

‘Soup and bread is about all.’

‘That will do.’

‘You be wanting a room? I only have the attic free.’

‘I’ll take it. What’s going on?’

‘There ‘ave been reports of dragons in the mountains. All these daft swines think they ‘ave a chance of killin’ one!’

She raised her eyebrows as she quenched her thirst. ‘Perhaps I ‘ll hang around. It might be entertaining.’ (more…)

Kingdoms Lost – A Fantasy Adventure Story

Kingdoms Lost – A Fantasy Adventure Story

I have recently been penning a new adventure story, Kingdoms Lost. I SHOULD be working on part 2 of The Rainbow Stone Trilogy, which is about half way through. But I am not. What can I say? It will happen, but this story is coming first right now.

I often write stories to satisfy something in me that isn’t being satisfied by anything else I am reading.

Or sometimes I write because I dream a beginning, like with Faol’s Bane, book one of The Rainbow Stone.

Or sometimes I just get a first line, or a scene in my head that starts to play out like a movie. Or sometimes I wander into a scene on my interdimensional travellers that needs writing down, and from there becomes a story. (more…)

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