Teresa K Conrado
Teresa Conrado was born in Greensboro, NC and lived there for many years where her passion for creating new worlds and writing new stories developed. She started writing her stories down at the age of twelve and continued her passion by expanding out into Journalism through High School and submitting creative writing works to the National Library of Poetry. She also attended courses in Creative Writing through the Writer's Digest School of Writing to further expand her knowledge on the craft of writing. There, her tutor was John Ruemmler, author and editor.
In her early 20's, she moved with her family to Palmetto, FL and there she began to craft the world of Cardinia, which would later be known and published as The Kelnaria Chronicles. Her influences come from her love of Role Playing Video Games and constant reading of fiction novels. A few of the poems that she submitted to the National Library of Poetry have been published along with awards for her works. She also recently published a short story novella called The Maiden's Tale, which can be found on Smashwords.com. Her first completely written novel, The Kelnaria Chronicles: Book One The Great Scrolls, was self-published on Smashwords.com in 2014 later to be picked up by CA Times Publishing and available on all media sources from Amazon.com. However, she is back to being a self-published author. She is currently residing in Worcester, MA and working on The Kelnaria Chronicles: Book Two The Demon Within. You can find information about Kelnaria on http://worldofkelnaria.webs.com/.
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The Maiden's Tale
by Teresa K Conrado
Published: July 2, 2014.
A tale of two lovers that were not meant to be. Katherine has been betrothed to Sir Edlebert by her father due to his greed. When he leaves to finalize the marriage for his daughter, he leaves his friend's son in charge of the family. During this time, Katherine falls in love with this man, Colla. However, will Colla and Katherine be able to stay together?
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