Phantoms in the Luminiferous Ether (Part 2)

Where the Spirits Live Science teaches that the heat and light from the sun pass through ninety-two millions of miles of space in which there is nothing that our senses could recognize as matter. Light and heat are transmitted by means of short electric waves in the universal medium known as luminiferous ether. This ether…

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Phantoms in the Luminiferous Ether

Stormy and I are cleaning up our new book, Phantoms of Ruthaer. Set in the same world as the Cayn Trilogy, it’s a different series with a different cast of characters. While the Cayn Trilogy was inspired by Beowulf and the story of Cain and Abel (check out our blog), this one was inspired by…

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The Tree of the Dead

“The Bloody Truth” on WGNO ABC website The actual story BY CHARLES GAYARRE From History of Louisiana (1866) In a lot situated at the corner of Orleans and Dauphine Streets, in the city of New Orleans, there is a tree which nobody looks at without curiosity and without wondering how it came there.  For a…

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City of Cayn Cut Scene

The following is a City of Cayn Cut Scene.  Outside the Monastery, Dobrynya recalls the events that led to he and his men becoming trapped. An icy breeze rippled past the or and azure cloth bearing the Sabe family crest.  The smoke cleared a little, and Vityaz Dobrynya Sabe, dressed in steel plate armor covered…

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Xandor’s Sketch of the Monastery

Shouting caught Xandor’s attention, and he quickly brought the spyglass back up.  A quarter of a mile south of the city stood the ruined walls of a small estate, surrounded by several dozen orc warriors.  It was the only building still standing outside the city gates. Small knots of humanoids worked their way around the…

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Meet the Villains: Bregu Kraagor

Meet the Villains: Bregu Kraagor Bregu Kraagor and his tribe of orcs control the ruins of Chernigov and the bridge over the White River that connects Trakya to Rhodina. He’s a crafty orc chieftain who, when they had taken the city, gathered all the heads of the local tribes, or tohans, and established them as…

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City of Cayn Reviews

Reviews for the City of Cayn Ray reviewed City of Cayn (The Cayn Trilogy Book 2) 5-Stars, Good Read (July 17, 2020) Magical Flying machines were a nice touch. In a world that magic exists in abundance, so much we would be possible. Lacy Buzzell reviewed City of Cayn (The Cayn Trilogy Book 2) 5-…

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