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The Warrior Elf from Elmnas that became a legend throughout Mythnium. Meet Valero on one of his patrols as he senses danger, and as he realizes increasing premonition of more to come. More

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About C. Borden

C. Borden fell in love with fantasy and science fiction as a young girl first through the works of Frank Herbert, Tolkein, Terry Brooks, and R.A. Salvatore, then later by Robert Jordan, George R. R. Martin, Neil Gaiman, David Gemmell, and many more. Having extensive experience as a Freelance Author and Ghostwriter for over six years, C. Borden finally decided to put her own stories on paper and let her imagination run wild. Drawing inspiration from her favorite authors, author colleagues, as well as family, friends, and from various places she has traveled, her works include lifelike characters, places readers wish they could visit, and story lines that pull the reader in and wanting more.

C. Borden is a business owner, wife, and mother. She enjoys reading, writing, traveling, and dabbles in nature photography. When she is not following her passion in storytelling, she is most likely enjoying the outdoors with friends and family, or curled up with a good book from one of her favorite authors.

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About the Series: Short Stories from Mythnium Series
Short Stories from Mythnium take us to the world of Mythnium and allow us to meet characters from all over the world. These short stories allow you get to a quick peek in to this evolving new world and draw you in to the lives of characters from different races, different cultures, different backgrounds, and open up the world of imagination for you. These stories set the stage for the upcoming release of the novel, Dancing with Dragons by C. Borden in which all the characters you meet and grow to love in this series will reappear and play their parts in a much larger scheme.

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James Jenkins reviewed on on Dec. 30, 2016

Not overly good or bad, More of a scene then a story. Stands alone ok.
(review of free book)
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