Saffron tinges of Memory
Fellow Author Brittany Willows recently shined a spotlight on my character, Evondair, from Dark Fey. This is the wonderful character interview she put together.
Cynthia A. Morgan is the creator of the mythical realm of Jyndari and author of the epic fantasy Dark Fey Trilogy, which is based, in part, upon the true-life events surrounding the Lord’s Resistance Army in Uganda and draws readers into a mystical realm of primordial forests, magic and the lives of Light-loving and Darkness-revering Feykind. Not to be confused with pixies or “Tinkerbell” type fairies, the feyfolk of Jyndari are winged beings the size of any human who live in a realm where tradition, magic, and spirituality are fundamentals of everyday life.
Dark Fey has earned many 5 stars reviews, including one of the leading industry review organizations, Readers Favorite. Compared to a fantasy version of a play by Shakespeare, Dark Fey is a brutally beautiful story of Love, Hope, and finding Peace in the Darkness. Published by Creativia Publications in January 2015, Dark Fey is already…
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Nothing better than a poem about Angels to start the week off right🙂 Be sure to visit Siantswest’s wonderful blog for ever inventive prose🙂
Callin’ my forces
On a mission
We ride to war against Opposition
Battered and bloodied
We battle on
Soldier’s of light
When the night’s dim
Lord, revive us
When our time’s spent
But never relegated
Brighter than a new day is
Until we’re elevated
It is the very worst time to be in the woods.
Oisin’s plan is to come with his bow to help Aedan and Doona lead a party of children into the forest to gather the maidenhair seedlings his people would take across the sea as they flee the trolls who hunt them as prey. Maybe he can be back in time for supper. And if he only dares to dream, he might also be back in time to speak with Doona alone.
Dyr’s plan is an early evening head smash for the foolish Elves who think they can steal away to the sands of the endless eye sting water and build their strange float huts. They will make a glorious feast. Continue reading
I would love to take a few moments of your time to introduce you to an amazing poetess (IF you don’t already know her, that is!). Writer of lyrical prose that never fails to make me “sigh!”, I simply had to invite her to share more about herself and her writing in a Lime Light. So pull up a chair, grab a cup of tea (coffee, chai, Mt. Dew, or whathaveyou) and read on to discover all about Holly from HeartaFire blog/ House of Heart.
Please Introduce us to your Blog. What is it all about? What sorts of posts do you lean towards?
Morgan, thank you for the opportunity to be included in your interviews of
bloggers. I am very honored to participate and delighted to be among these
very creative writers, poets, artists, etc. My blog came to being several years ago when I began blogging with a friend. I closed it in 2014 when
my friend passed away, I began blogging again in 2015 at my present site
House of Heart, an eclectic blog leaning toward poetry. Continue reading
Softly she calls to him
A Breathless whisper upon the wind,
Passion blossoming to him Whim.
I found this beautiful artwork far too Inspiring to keep to myself. So here’s your opportunity to Inspire Fire, by sharing a poem, 50 Word Story, or even a Flash/Short Story prompted by this amazing piece of art. You will be able to find all the week’s entries in next weeks #FridayFantasy #FantasyPrompt Inspire Fire Ensemble of authors. Please visit and read the stories and poems and explore the sites of their writers. (That’s really what this is all about!)
I used to go dancing a lot, nearly every weekend. Same place, certainly nothing fancy, but there was a proper DJ, a few good friends, and a fancy to flirt with. Oh it was fun! Yet, now, I don’t go as much. In truth, it’s been years, even though I love to dance, love to hear the driving beat matching my pounding pulse, love to shake what the Good Lord gave me. Yes, I know how. I don’t get out there on the floor only after I’ve had one too many making every step a misstep, every turn a potential disaster, and I certainly don’t do that “White Girl” dance that looks more like there’s a queue for the loo than an expression of rhythmic ecstasy going on.
In the Heavensgate series by Leo Kane, the main protagonist, Jacob, battles for his sanity surrounded by supernatural enemies and allies as he struggles to free the Keeper of the Forbidden Book. However, Jacob has another problem that stains his days and pours terror into his nights – he has an alter-ego named Jake (identified in the interview below in italics), a psychotic, sex-crazed, foul mouthed thug who fights Jacob for supremacy. Into this strange world, where the line between the living and the dead is erased, the terrifying and seductive presence of the spirit, Hope, brings Jacob love and comfort.
Now he will discover that in Heavensgate, even Hope has a dark side. Continue reading
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