The Earth is in a state of shock after the apocalypse. Demons and fallen angels walk among humans, and everyone is trying to find their place in the new world - Morgan le Fey's world. But the fairy queen struggles with human emotions, Lucifer is keeping secrets, and Karl and Elena battle with their powers. The last Dragon is about to rise in this final instalment of The Witching Pen series.
A short book [2nd ed.] of verse dealing with strife between men and women. There are fifteen poems and one commentary. Marriage, polygamy, childbirth, prostitution and the general topic are discussed in verse.
Mary has finally discovered who she really is, and what that means for the human race. What Mary doesn't know, is that Gwain has been searching for her for over ten thousand years, and had lost all hope of finding her. Now that he has her, he's faced with an impossible choice: does he save the woman who altered his very existence, or does he sacrifice her to save mankind? (approx. 70,000 words)
Dragons, wizards, swords and spells. Jason Cogburn knows they aren't real. They only exist in nice, safe video games. But when his latest trip to the video games parlor goes terribly wrong, the young man's nice, safe world becomes the myth. Tonight, Jason Cogburn learns the terrifying truth: magic is real; science is the lie.
Accompanied by Gwenhwyfar, King Arthur is healed on the holy isle of Avalon. But Avalon is surrounded by the ever-shifting Land of Faerie. Cernunnos, god of the Wild Hunt, captures Gwenhwyfar and keeps her in Avalon.
Can a half-fey prince keep her from her Fate?
Will Lancelot’s love for Gwenhwyfar be strong enough to endure in a world where Time is distorted and illusion reigns?