Delfaerune Rhapsody series

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I am currently writing a young-adult fantasy adventure trilogy:
the Delfaerune Rhapsody series.

Main characters from my series-in-progress: hero Nick Stone, heroine Lark Turehu and antagonist Mikk Stone. Art by John Taylor.

Main characters from my series-in-progress: hero Nick Stone, heroine Lark Turehu and antagonist Mikk Stone. Art by John Taylor.

Book 1:  The Song of the Ocarina (Now available on Amazon and Kindle, and direct from the author.)
Book 2:  The Beat of the Påkiri (due 2016)
Book 3:  The Thrum of the Autangi (due 2017)

About the series:
       A teenage New Zealander discovers she’s the “Maestra” in the realm of Delfaerune. She’s the only Noble Fae with the musical prowess and a strong enough Earth connection to save humans from destruction at the hands of Dark Fae magic.
With the help of Noel—her music teacher and brother of the leader of the Dark Fae conspiracy—can she retrieve and master three mystical ancient instruments in time to save her worlds?

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I’m looking for your input, ideas, constructive criticism and loving participation from conception to published works. Will you join me in this writing journey? Ask me how.

Song of the Ocarina, book 1, story highlights:

  • A tale about Lark Tūrehu, a lanky, white-haired, 18-year-old musical prodigy in Queenstown, New Zealand who finds out she’s actually a Noble Fae.
  • Her unlikely mentor Noel Stone (pronounced “knoll”) is a 6’7″(!), blue-eyed, 20-year-old, Dark-Fae-turned-Noble sheep shearer.
  • My Fae are inspired by those in the ancient Celtic tradition: extremely tall and willowy, no wings, shape shifters, and magic users.
  • Music links the human and Fae realms (Delfaerune), which exist simultaneously on different planar levels.

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One Response to Delfaerune Rhapsody series

  1. Pingback: What’s your faerie name? | Ann Narcisian Videan

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