Of Ice & Magic
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Magic still lurks in the dark corners of the world, and at the ends of the Earth the last remaining life-forger, Fornulf, plies his trade, crafting legendary living-blades for those few nobles who can afford them. Betrayed and on the run, Fornulf and his family must enlist forgotten allies and forge new alliances to rid their homeland of evil. To defeat the usurper and save his people, Fornulf is forced to make a choice no man should have to. – Filled with magic, betrayal, heartache, and courage, “Of Ice & Magic” defines Epic Fantasy. * A Novella (19,300 words) Listen to the author read the first chapter!
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The Runes in 9 Minutes
From the Award Winning Author of “Northern Lore”, comes “The Runes in 9 minutes”. In 9 minutes you will be using the runes for personal development and exploration. Of course you aren’t going to master the runes in 9 minutes, but you can start! We’ll even teach you how to create your own set of runes. All you need, in addition to this book, is a sheet of paper and something to write with. Kindle $2.99 Paperback $9.95 In this book you will:
- Make your own set of 24 Elder Futhark Runes
- Learn how to use the runes in 3 essential layouts
- Discover a Never Before Published way to use the runes!
- Interpret their meanings in the context of your life
- Study the symbolism of each ancient symbol
- Explore different types of runes such as the Elder Futhark, Anglo-Saxon
- Futhorc, and Younger Futhork
- Uncover the history and culture behind the runes
This is a book of runes for beginners, and as such, I designed it to be a concise and inexpensive introduction. If you like what you see and the runes are for you, then you can extend your studies. If the runes aren’t your thing, then you haven’t invested much time or money. Call it a runic sampler if you will.I hope you enjoy the book. My goal is to share something that’s very dear to me, and that has been part of our Northern culture for thousands of years – worthy of study.