Hi there! My name is
Nathaniel has risen to power on the Central Isles, ruling over the demon population that lives there. A few years after the start of his reign, the tensions start to reach a peak as the demon population begins to dwindle, victims of supposed angel attacks.
A young mage from the South is recruited to serve as the King’s court mage; a powerful demon known as Amnur. He is eager to take on his new responsibilities but soon finds that the dream he was sold has a dark, cruel reality.
Currently still a first draft, the chapter may be edited. I’ve been very ill unfortunately.Read sample chapter
“A delightful read, it was intelligent, descriptive and gripping until the last page. It is so enigmatically written that I could perfectly picture everything in my mind, something that usually makes me stop reading if it’s lacking. This however, lacked nothing.”
Welcome to Fyir.
The world of Fyir is a place rife with discrimination, due to its turbulent past. The Central Isles are certainly no exception to this; their small residing populations of angels, demons and humans are forever locked in petty skirmishes and short-term wars. When a new, unknown threat emerges and threatens to destabilise the tiny continent, can the opposing races set aside their differences in order to save themselves?Read sample chapter
My name is Gabriela Voelske; a university student currently studying Marine and Freshwater Biology. Despite my unrelated degree choice, I have always been a very creative person, with fantasy being my favourite avenue for this output. I had created the world of Fyir over several years, bulking up the world into something that I felt others would enjoy.
In November 2013 I decided to undertake Nanowrimo and succeeded at writing the first 50,000 words of Crystalline Chaos in 23 days. Due to a mix
|Book||Anything by R.A Salvatore|
|Video Game||Final Fantasy XI|
Q&A with VincentHow would you increase literacy?
I would promote a love for books within children.What are the ingredients for a blockbuster story to you?
A solid plot, awesome characters and a captivating world.What are your top stories that entertain and/or inspire you?
The Legend of Drizzt series by R.A Salvatore. The Books of the Raksura by Martha Wells. Lots of books that I've forgotten the names of over the years. Final Fantasy XI.Do you have any advice to aspiring writers?
Keep on writing! Self-doubt sucks big time, but don't let it hold you down.Do you recall how your interest in writing originated?
It came both from a desire to create an escape from my health problems, and because I wanted to share my ideas with others.