In a quest to set her world right again, Wand must assume the responsibility of becoming her village's Wise Woman before her training is complete. Powerful enemies as well as new and strange friends... More > enter her life along with a new apprentice of her own who is less than pleased with being pulled into the role. With her own magic untried and the source of that magic in jeopardy, Wand embarks on a journey that will test her skills as never before.< Less
Goes Nicely with the Curtains traces the rise to international prominence of artist George Bright. The story, (loosely based on disparate factual happenings and personal experiences), traces Georges... More > ascendancy through the eyes of the narrator, Richard, a lifetime friend from art school days.
The story starts out in the mid to late sixties, at an art college in London. Richard, a shy, naive northerner, befriends George, an artist of no particular talent, other than a sharp mind, and a deep-seated grudge. We follow Georges scheming and plotting through Richards eyes, as he first works his way through the English art scene, and then on to New York. We are given the opportunity to observe the social mores and intrigues of the local, and international, ‘art world’. Artists, critics, and of course, The Collectors, are all given a chance to display their private and public persona.< Less
The land of Arias has always been filled with peace and prosperity until the day the black sword of Volor shatters the land, bringing with it devastation, poverty, war and famine.
Now, after... More > twenty years of hopelessness, the lost daughter of Arias’ King and Queen has returned and with her the chance of freedom. The only problem is, she’s only eleven and has no idea how to save the world.
Nora and her companions seek to find their only hope of salvation, the prophesied Witch’s Wand. But fulfilling a prophecy isn’t easy, especially when the people you have to learn to trust are your enemies and magic doesn’t seem to work the way it should around you.< Less