About The Queen of the Milds
Her first love is her people. A dark magic will destroy them all.
Angel, princess of the greatest kingdom in Vranon, has only ever wanted the best for her people. But to be the good princess her mother desires, she must smile, wave, and refrain from meddling in duties unfit for a princess.
One evening, the gifted royal sage relays a message he read from the heavens. The felled, a malicious race wielding an unstoppable magic and a special hatred for mankind, have broken free from the abyss to claim the land for themselves. They won’t rest until every man and woman is enslaved or killed.
Without the powerful guardians known as the milds, all hope seems lost. Until Angel uncovers secrets from her past.
Magic runs in her blood—magic that could summon the milds. If she can learn to wield it, her people have a fighting chance. If not, she’ll forever be the princess who failed her kingdom.
With the wisdom and guidance of the gifted sage, Angel escapes her mother’s clutches and ventures on a perilous quest to find the milds. She must race against the felled hunting her down, trust a thief who swears he’s an ally, and stand toe-to-toe with fearsome giants before facing her greatest challenge: becoming who she was born to be.
The fate of Vranon rests upon her shoulders. Will Angel lose hope or endure? Find out today! Dive into an adventure of magic, self-discovery, and the makings of a legend.
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I’ve always been fascinated by the power of stories. Stories can unite us to pull for the hero, prompt us to take a stance on objective moral truths, encourage us to keep pushing when all seems lost, and shape our hearts around what we’re willing to fight for.
There’s really no limit to what a great story can do.
There’s a reason we spend our childhoods daydreaming of being Luke Skywalker, Cinderalla, Spiderman, or Wonder Woman; because we identify with the hero. There’s something unique about human nature that urges us to believe we’re part of something bigger than ourselves. It tells us there’s greatness somewhere deep down, and the stories we allow into our hearts help define that part of us.
If my stories can help you discover that greatness in you, I’d consider it a great honor, so thanks for letting me be a part of your world!