Tales Of Grimea

Tales Of Grimea

by Andrew Mowere

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Tales Of Grimea by Andrew Mowere

This collection of short stories follows seven different adventures in the realm of Grimea. The tales are set in different times and places. Some are grand in scope, and others would have been forgotten if not for this book. There is love, loss, adventure, joy and hate collected here. The first story is set before time was even recorded, and the last few are close from one another, approaching the present. This work is meant to explore the realm and its magic, in case such a broad overview is ever needed.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153749969
Publisher: Andrew Mowere
Publication date: 09/25/2016
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 951,551
File size: 301 KB

About the Author

Much like most authors, it is best to describe myself as just a guy. There's really little to set myself apart. I grew up understanding what kind of talent and hard work can create a Tolkein or a Rothfuss, a Martin or Salvatore or a Goodkind. Such talent I was never able to replicate myself, and so such authors I refer to as beasts. They're giant roiling clouds of words, for their sentances strike our hearts with the ferocity of a lightningbolt. Writings like these, they're what is called symbolic fantasy. middle earth or the underdark, they aren't like our own countries. Yet they carry uncanny similarities, and so you end up taking much more with you than just a story, once you put a book down.I'd say Drizzt Do'Urden would make a good philosopher in our own world. This is the kind of book I strive to write, without sounding too preachy. After all, I might end up having no idea what I'm talking about. Worse yet, I may be a horrible writer. That is not for me to judge. A memorable character's sentance comes to mind, "only 1% of prospective writers are authors. the rest are gamblers until they get published." Not much in this passage counts as a personal bio. hmm. I studied english, live in a quiet enough town, and have learnt to appreciate a good mug of coffee. There.

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