The Far Isles Half-Elven
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  Home of the Far Isles Half-Elven




Artwork by Igor Glushkin



  How Do You Imagine Elves?  

Are your elves masters in a world where they conquer their enemies with magic?





How about a different kind of half-elf?
The Far Isles Half-Elven are a cantakerous lot
with a mix of elvish powers that create more conflicts than they settle.

Read their history and find out why.

 

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News from My Half-Elven Writing Scene.

Actually there isn't any new Half-Elven stuff though Troublesome Neighbors continues to sell.
My writing time is
wrapped up in writing a new Dumdie story [The Ghost in the Closet] and promoting Crossings, both set in my Andor world.
You can find my author pages at the links below.

Amazon, Smashwords, Nook, and KOBO.

You can also read my estories on your phone: iTunes.

My stories also can be found at the iBookstore
but I haven't found an author page there yet.
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What Reviewers Have said about
Troublesome Neighbors.


"The pig was the best supporting character."

“strategy, conflict, soul-searching, courage [put] together … so effectively
you're left almost dumbstruck.”


“The fantasy aspects were fascinating
and I especially liked Renna's personal strength”

"one of the best adventures I've read in a long time"

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Read about Renna's story set just after the Half-Elven Rebellion




Troublesome Neighbors

When Renna, the holder of Ren Creek, rejects her neighbors suit, his home guard starts vandalizing her villages. She hates fighting, but she's duty-bound to protect her people. Then, Renna gets caught between the two factions fighting for control of the Marches.


Read the opening sample of Renna's story
in several eformats.

  Amazon eBooks, AmazonUK , plus Barnes &Noble
plus other eformats :
iBookStore, KOBO,  and  Copia.


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And Someday I'll get to:
The Sequel to Troublesome Neighbors:
Click the side bar to read the first Chapter of
Black Tail's War

Currently in revision.
Expected release Winter 2015.
Sorry. I'm a slow writer.



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