Pearl Empire (Sky Whale Trilogy)

At the tender age of six Eira is taken from her family and sent to the Keikoku Academy. The night before she leaves, her mother tells her a whale appeared in the skies above Hreinnby on the day she was born – an omen of destiny.

Years pass and Eira finds herself a position as a lady’s maid within the Imperial Palace. However trouble is stirring in the heart of the Empire. More

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Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Words: 66,930
Language: Commonwealth English
ISBN: 9781301694846
About S. E. Fearon

Although I was born in the United Kingdom I am for all intents and purposes a Kiwi. My family immigrated to New Zealand shortly after my first birthday and we have been here ever since. Growing up I had a wonderful childhood full of imaginative play and make-believe worlds and, to be perfectly honest, nothing much has changed. I am still as much a day dreamer as I ever was. It is this overactive imagination that has led me into the world of the novelist.

As a writer I am influenced by many things, art, music, films, books, and some of my favourite stories are Japanese animations. I drink in the heroines of Studio Ghibli and lap up the imaginative worlds of C. S. Lewis, I revel in the complexities of J. R. Tolkien and Fuyumi Ono and I laugh out loud when reading Douglas Adams and William Goldman.

When I am not being a writer I am a hobbyist and a gamer, collecting articulated figurines from Japan and spending hours role playing in the world of the Elder Scrolls.

As for my qualifications I have a certificate in Performance Drama, a Bachelors Degree in Human Service with Disability Studies as my major, and a Graduate Diploma in Creative Practice.

All in all I suppose I am a bit of an eclectic eager to try my hand at anything creative and enjoying life regardless of what anyone might think.

S. E. Fearon

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