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The Tale of Galron and Cyridel:
The Return Begins. Here stands a continuation of the lasting sagas as they were sung by the Eedian nya Ansolas, described throughout Aleóran as the Vedrel of Old, and known collectively as, A Tale Beyond Return. Here will be told the story of Galron and Cyridel, and the journey that sounds the beginning of the return to the oldest verses of Anánturial. Within the easternmost lands of Maheira, upon the continent of Arroon, a man is found in the forest Yslin, without a name, hunted by the Morkül of a long defeated foe. Given the name of Galron of the Hiírom by Cyridel Elensah, Daughter of Ilhivendal, and child to Lurón Fallenstar and the lady Nadrial, this spoken tale follows them through to find the secrets of the Vedrel Lords from a time since after Anean Tíae, the Beginning of the Songs. Galron seeks to uncover the truth behind his origin; the reason a name haunts his steps ahead, and why the Flames of Morenarch, the Dragonkin of Islinin, invades his mind. Hope comes from the unexpected.
The House On Einsam Street: A Novella
This is a story not for the faint of heart, where the boundaries of reality fade behind an image of the mirrored self in the sleepy hamlet of Willow Creek. There lays Dannsatalla Hall, an old speakeasy turned mansion, centric of the folklore that surrounds the little town. Some say ghosts walk its corridors at night, and that the paintings follow you throughout the rooms, where the air grows cold and the crow gather in droves. On the thirtieth anniversary of the Fire of 1927, which caused the deaths of many in the town, still mourned, a Post Courier named Durant is given a package to deliver to Ann Reanna of Dannsatalla Hall, the old woman who dwells in the estate. No parcel ever came in the thirty years since the Great Fire, the death of Henry Reanna, Ann’s husband, and the woman’s subsequent seclusion from society. There, Durant treads into a world he was never prepared to walk.