Box Set Title Mythic Tales Bundle
Title and Author
Beneath the Knowe – Anthea Sharp
Tales of Erana – A. L. Butcher
A Sword’s Poem – Leah Cutter
On the Edge of Faerie -Stefon Mears
Sorcha’s Heart – Debbie Mumford
Tales Fabulous and Fairy Volume 1 – Kim Antieau
Tempus – Janet Morris
Caught in Amber – J.M. Ney-Grimm
Warden of Power – Karen L. Abrahamson
Beautiful – Barbara G. Tarn
Lost: Cinderella’s Secret Witch Diaries (Book 1) -Ron Vitale
Tales of the Faie: The Beginning of Days – Diana L. Wicker
Angels and Djinn, Book 1: Raziel’s Shadow – Joseph Robert Lewis
Magic for a Rainy Day – Alexandra Brandt
A collection of tales told in the old mythic style or set in ancient times, with fairies, monsters and daring deeds. From dark fantasy worlds to the legendary past of our own, myths and legends abound.
Tales of Erana: Myths and Legends – A. L. Butcher
Erana is a world of magic, and although forbidden the magic persists for magic is wild and will not yield to law. It is a world ruled by oppression but hope walks in shadow, ever watching for a chance to flourish. It is a world where there is love and despair in equal measure. These are the tales and myths from such a world.
The mortal races of Erana are the elves, the trolls and the humans and each has their history, their lore, and of course their heroes. There are also other creatures, those of magic and myth, those of the old times and the secret places. These are the gods and demigods and the creatures born of magic. When such creatures walk among those whose lives are fleeting love and war, hope and despair, and magic and mayhem abound.
Plague and war are familiar to the denizens of Erana. With strife comes disease but the Plague was much more than mere sickness. It brought the elves of Erana to the brink of destruction and it touched each and every race to some degree. It fed on magic and on ignorance and fear, and it shaped a world. The Plague brought the Order of Witch-Hunters to the fore and a martial law which became tyranny. Some of these stories are from a time before the Plague was seen, in the times when Erana was a young world, and a world filled with light. Some are not.
Lost (Cinderella’s Secret Witch Diaries) – Rin Vitale
What happened to Cinderella after she married the Prince? Set in the late 1700s as Napoleon is rising to power, Cinderella embarks on a journey of self-discovery as she tries to come to terms with her failed marriage and her inability to have a child. Torn between the Queen’s insistence that she try all means necessary to conceive and her own desires, she agrees to travel to Paris to consult with a witch to help her become pregnant. Her journey leads her to find her long lost Fairy Godmother and aids her to solve the mystery behind her mother’s death. Yet the Fey Lord, the Silver Fox, also takes notice in her and her world is suddenly turned upside down…
Beautiful – Barbara G Tarn
The young man sat and stretched his arms, yawning.
“Where is everybody?” he asked, still sleepy.
“There is nobody around,” Kerrien answered. “The castle is abandoned.”
“What?” The green eyes stared at him, shocked.
Kerrien motioned towards the windows opening onto the courtyard. The young man slowly got up, stared puzzled at Kerrien’s boot tracks on the floor and headed for the windows, turning back to look at his own tracks in the dust.
“Do you have a name?” Kerrien asked, crossing his arms over his chest as the young man put his forehead on the window pane and gasped in surprise.
“Rithvik,” came the absentminded reply. “What happened out there?”
“I guess everybody left,” Kerrien answered. “You might have slept for longer than you think.”
“I… slept…” Rithvik mused, then turned to look at him. “And what are you doing here?”
“Looting, what else?” He chuckled. “Actually, I’m a bounty hunter. Four bandits had found refuge in that tower over there. The loot was taken by the town militia, and I was paid for finding them.”
“What town?” Rithvik asked, puzzled.
“There’s no such town!”
“Come on, Rithvik…”
“Prince Rithvik!” The young man straightened and glared at him.
“Prince of what? Dust and spiders?” Kerrien teased.
“My kingdom is wealthy and mighty! We even managed to stay independent from the Moren Empire!”
Kerrien did a quick calculation.
“I’m sorry to inform you that the last Moren emperor died more than a century ago.” He was starting to enjoy the conversation. The young man was gorgeous but a little too full of himself. “Like I said, this place is abandoned. Come downstairs and see for yourself.”
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Author Alexandra Butcher Biography
British-born Alexandra Butcher (a/k/a A. L. Butcher) is an avid reader and creator of worlds, a poet, and a dreamer, a lover of science, natural history, history, and monkeys. Her prose has been described as ‘dark and gritty’ and her poetry as evocative. She writes with a sure and sometimes erotic sensibility of things that might have been, never were, but could be.
Alex is the author of the Light Beyond the Storm Chronicles and the Tales of Erana lyrical fantasy series. She also has several short stories in the fantasy, fantasy romance genres with occasional forays into gothic style horror. With a background in politics, classical studies, ancient history and myth, her affinities bring an eclectic and unique flavour in her work, mixing reality and dream in alchemical proportions that bring her characters and worlds to life.
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