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The Path of Air (Quests Book 3)
Sayla is the best archer of her hometown, thanks also to her keen eyesight that allows her to see the Sila flying over, too distant for normal Human eyes. When her maimed Sila mother hints to the fact that she was actually born with wings, she leaves her hometown to go looking for other winged beings and get in touch with her Sila blood.
A journey of self-discovery for Sayla and her best friend Keenan who is also madly in love with her and ready to do everything to give her back her wings. Eagles, hawks and other birds of prey help them along the way, until they discover the hidden past of Sayla’s parents.
The north-east of Varia seen through the eyes of two young people leaving home for the first time.
Map by Federico Distefano.
The southern kingdoms are no more, but the Assassins’ Guild is still there – honorable men who would never hurt women or children. Saif has been living as a woodcutter for fifteen years, but on his deathbed he calls for his former apprentice, Kilig. Saif’s legacy – his son Hakeem – will avenge him, and possibly mend Kilig’s broken heart.
A Silvery Earth novella.
Once upon a time there was a kingdom that mostly followed the southern traditions and culture but differed from the others for two main things: it was blessed with four seasons – instead of three, led by monsoon rains – and with twin royals, so there were always two interchangeable kings…
Rohit always thought he should be content with his “almost twin”, his cousin Ajay. Bun one day he discovers he had an actual twin, Rahul…
Harish grew up in an itinerant circus before discovering he is actuall the twin prince of Amrendra.
The story of the twin royalty of Amrendra. A novella of the southern kingdoms of Silvery Earth.
Kilig the Sword
Kilig’s life story from apprentice of an assassin to retired headmaster, and of the two green-eyed men who stole his heart
Assassins are not all the same, someone prefers the old school from the far south to Godwalkar’s rules. But not Karuna the Sorrowful, who’s been waiting for his savior to take him on as apprentice, so he can become Kilig the Sword – a honorable assassin who would never hurt women or children and has a tendency to fall in love with green-eyed men.
Bonus story: Fighting Monks School – a very young assassin in a fighting monks school
Star Minds Snippets
The companion to Star Minds has prequels from different points of view, but also another perspective on the whole series – what really happened to the hybrid called M’aera S’iva.
How C’ell’andy lost half of his body.
Mya Lylestar as assault team member with her best friend and sister-in-law.
Life-changing events for Maela – losing virginity, maternity, maiming and becoming a cyborg.
Imperial Princess Lin-sun chooses her husband – with her head and not with her heart.
Tyro Megnaghy builds the perfect prosthetic wings for a lovestruck prince.
Heartbroken Kol-ian seeks refuge on Earth.
Gaurishankar becomes a were-panther.
Uwe-yuri discovers his son is mind-controlled by his wife.
The rogue years
The adventures of 3.com. And the end of “Technological Angel” from other perspectives.
The real story of M’aera S’iva, half Carian, half Humanoid.
Cover art by Phoenixlu.
Members of the Assassins’ Guild can be as honorable as anyone. They might be trained to kill, but they’re just people with loved ones to protect and avenge.
This short story is also included in “Saif&Kilig” and in the free anthology with various authors “Wyrd Worlds 2”
A collection of stories set in the Queendom of Maadre a.k.a. Amazons Country. From the death of Queen Amazonia to shorter stories, meet the only country on Silvery Earth where women rule and men have no voice and no rights. Reprint of “The Death of Queen Amazonia”, “The Slave” (included in Tales of the Southern Kingdoms Volume 1) and Doreen (included in Books of the Immortal – Prequels). The dawn of the Queendom.
New story: The Public Man – or male prostitutes in the Queendom! Leone thinks he has the best job in the country – until he realizes not everybody likes Public Men…
Cover art by Cristina Fabris