The Tale of the Wind and the Rain

When the Keeper of the Elements accidentally created the Wind, she howled at the god for a companion. But when the Rain came to be, he never hung around. When the Rain did appear, he and the Wind constantly bickered and argued. Will the Wind ever reconcile herself to the Rain's lengthy absences? Will their fights ruin the new world of Omorbia? Find out in this tale, the Omorbian creation story.

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About Apollonia Castal

The Journey Began with Pip the Dragon

When I was seven years old, a high school concert band came to my elementary school to give a concert. Although us little tykes were obliged to sit crossed legged on the cold of the gym floor, once the band began to play I was transported. I closed my eyes and let the music wash over me, and for the first time in my life I watched as stories appeared before my mind’s eye. I was introduced to a dragon named Pip, and as the music played, I became privy to her many adventures.

It was not until two years later that I put pen to paper and wrote out Pip’s epic dramas, but in the meantime I entertained my younger brother and sister with tales of her exploits. As I grew, Pip grew with me, her world evolving from a fantastical island located somewhere off the coast of British Columbia to a country, and finally into an entire world called Omorbia.

I never did stop listening to music, and so Pip’s adventures, which morphed gradually into the Tales of Omorbia, also evolved. And although Pip is no longer a main character in many of those Tales, she still has a major part to play in the fate of the world of fantasy.

Because the Tales have been, from their genesis, so richly visual in nature, here I introduce you to my world through short videos. The Tales will, once a number of them have been amassed, be turned into an eBook for your perusal. In the meantime, allow yourself to become lost in Omorbia.

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The Tale of the Wind and the Rain as envision and read by the author.

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