Katrina DeLallo has been writing ever since she could hold a pencil. Inspired by the fantastical setting of South Lake Tahoe where she was born, she started seriously writing in 2007, when she enrolled in a course through the Institute of Children’s Literature. She has since been published in several eZines, and some of her stories have been published in small-press anthologies. She has also completed several contracted jobs through oDesk. She is now currently enrolled in the Advanced Novel Course for Writing for Children and Teenagers through the Institute of Children’s Literature, and is still writing and submitting stories.
He is man with no name. When he wakes, he has no memory of his name or heritage. All he can recall is a flight through the darkness, pursued by a nameless terror at once familiar and unknown.
Vina, the woman who has taken him in, tends his numerous wounds without question. She calls him Eolas, which in her language means the Forgotten.