Books, Fantasy, Fiction

A Pen and The Swords

February 6th, 2013…

Sometime around half past one this morning I dried my eyes and placed the final full stop at the end of the manuscript.

The characters came to life for me long ago, the old man, the merry immortal, the lovers and the children, the gods and the Fae… they all live for me and I will miss their mind touch.

There were unexpected losses at the end. I did not know until I wrote them and they carried both pain and love.

Like any birth, there is a separation when a story completes itself. And that separation holds both loss and hope as we wait and watch as we set free that we which we have held and see how it flies.

I hope I have written their story well and done them justice.

But it is complete.

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Sue Vincent

“…and the swords must be found and held by their bearers lest the darkness finds a way into the heart of man. Ask the waters to grant guidance and tell the ancient Keeper of Light that it is time to join battle for the next age.”

Rhea Marchant heads north to the wild and beautiful landscapes of the Yorkshire Dales where she is plunged into an adventure that will span the worlds. The earth beneath her feet reveals its hidden life as she and her companions are guided by the ancient Keeper of Light in search of artefacts of arcane power. With the aid of the Old Ones and the merry immortal Heilyn, the company seeks the elemental weapons that will help restore hope to an unbalanced world at the dawn of a new era.

8 thoughts on “A Pen and The Swords”

          1. I’m sure I will and have. Even though I am just a little way into it, I am surprised at how some of stories made their way into the photos and came out, though changed a bit, in the stories we told based on the photos.


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