Joel Kristoffer Cornah, hailing from a small isolated village in Lancashire, is the author responsible for The Sea-Stone Sword. Having told stories of dinosaurs, penguins and dragons to his younger siblings for nigh on two decades, it soon became apparent that these tales needed to be written down. Gathering the myriad of maps, family trees, illustrations and noted ideas, he began work on the world of dyngard. Having grown along with the audience from a collection of loosely related children’s stories, it became a whole world of adventure, magic and questions. He was awarded a degree in Creative Writing from Liverpool John Moors University and spent seven years writing a comical newspaper for The Barrow Downs Tolkien discussion forum. Accompanying this paper was a comic strip series called ‘The Phantom and Alien’, a bizarre story of bus drivers, dead people, and a slime child bent on inconveniencing everyone around him. Currently working for a charity café in Parbold village, Joel is often found deep in discussion of the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, the long history of Doctor Who, and desperately trying not to frighten people away. Often with limited success.
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The Sea-Stone Sword
by Joel Cornah
Rob Sardan is going to be a legend, but the road to heroism is paved with temptation and deceit. Exiled to a distant and violent country, Rob is forced to fight his closest friends for survival, only to discover his mother’s nemesis is still alive, and is determined to wipe out her family and all her allies. The only way the Pirate Lord, Mothar, can be stopped is with the Sea-Stone Sword.
The Spire of Frozen Fire
by Joel Cornah
Set several years before the events of The Sea-Stone Sword, The Spire of Frozen Fire tells the story of Jareth, the pirate, who alone travelled the endless tundra of the south. She found the ancient prison of the Pengs, Bron'Halla, the Mourning Hall. A tower of ice and crystal.
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