"We librarians usually see things most others will

never be privileged to see."

The actual existence of the legendary forest library is the best-kept secret throughout the world and history. Its caregivers go through vigorous training by their predecessors to make sure it's left in good and capable hands for the next generation. Alexa is the latest apprentice in a long line of librarians.

When boredom comes as the routines of her new life set in, Alexa does what she can in order to elevate it. As a result, she comes in contact with things she should never have meddled with and now, together with her fairy companion, she must set out on a journey to rectify her mistakes before thousands of years of secrecy come undone.

This kicks off a journey that will take them across the lands of Thykall, meeting friends and foes and people in-between. An endeavour during which they will encounter magic, warriors, and forgotten stories.

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Urban Fantasy short story.

One world for humankind. One world for shadowkind. Legend speaks of a third, the Promised Land. The hardened hunters reject this theory wholeheartedly, while the young dream of a better place.

A short story about Alexa's arrival at the library, six months before the start of Sword of Dalkor, book #1 in the Taigeria Archives series.

A short story about how Anish had it easy at one point in his life and how it changed. Takes place several years before the start of Sword of Dalkor, book #1 in the Taigeria Archives series.

Historical Fantasy Fiction short story, feudal Japan-inspired.

As a daughter to a distinguished samurai family, Chiyo has been given opportunities many other women are denied. Yet, even to someone who has heard stories of abuse and neglect from her married friends, the time for her to meet her husband-to-be has come.
Despite her anxiety, Chiyo is prepared to hold her chin high and walk the path laid out for her, and perhaps she can find that not all unions must know horror.

Children's book. English speaking children - 3-5; non-native English speaking

children - 7+.

This is the story about a young, lonely green dragon who sets out on an adventure to find someone just like him.