Tales of Bladesend

Tales of Bladesend

by Elaine Isaak
Tales of Bladesend

Tales of Bladesend

by Elaine Isaak



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All three Bladesend novellas now in one epic collection!

Three heroes who believed their battles were over...until they tried to go home.

Winning the Gallows Field

Trelayne slew the dragon, but when the young knight returns to his noble house and the damsel he left behind, old habits don't fit anymore, and not all demons wear a dreadful face.

Joenna's Ax

After the death of her half-orc son, Joenna disguises herself to avenge him in the army, adding a notch to her ax handle for every demon she kills, until she risks her life and her secret to win freedom for the half-orcs and claim their humanity.

The Hearth Witch's Son

When Roger the kitchen boy claimed he was the king's bastard and raised an army to overthrow his tyrant father, he never expected to have to live that lie. Can a charming fraud and his misfit mates defeat the king's true heir?

Join the adventure!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940160826004
Publisher: Rocinante
Publication date: 01/23/2022
Series: Tales of Bladesend
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 851 KB

About the Author

Elaine Isaak writes knowledge inspired adventure fiction including The Singer's Legacy fantasy series (HarperCollins/ Eos), The Dark Apostle series about medieval surgery as by E. C. Ambrose (DAW), and the Bone Guard archaeological thrillers as by E. Chris Ambrose. Her latest releases are The Maya Bust, and epic historical fantasy novel Drakemaster (Guardbridge, April 2022).

In the process of researching her books, Elaine learned how to hunt with a falcon, clear a building of possible assailants, and pull traction on a broken limb. Her short stories have appeared in Fireside, Warrior Women and Fantasy for the Throne, among many others, and she has edited several volumes of New Hampshire Pulp Fiction. A graduate of the Odyssey Writing Workshop, Elaine has returned there to teach, as well as at conventions and writer's groups across the country. She has judged writing competitions from New Hampshire Literary Idol to the World Fantasy Award.

Elaine dropped out of art school to found her own wholesale gift business. Former jobs include professional costumer and part-time adventure guide. In addition to writing, Elaine creates wearable art employing weaving, dyeing and felting into her unique garments. To learn about all of her writing, check out RocinanteBooks.com
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