Book: Tales of the Fallen by Nescher Pyschercategories: Book, Fantasy Horror, Young Adult, Story Weaving, Paranormal, Storyteller, Suspense, Gods, Demons, Werewolves, Vampire, Fairies, Monsters, Fantasy
Nescher Pyscherabout this book: Fascinated with Rowlings, Tolkein, Dhar, Archer, Yelle and others of the same ilk, my mind woke up one day with the concept for Tales of the Fallen. Originally planned as only one book, the story grew in length and possibilities so that it was necessary to tell the story of Solly and his wife and the others in multiple volumes. Currently, there are two volumes and some spinoffs with the major characters are expected.
Despite attraction of other writers, I wanted a little extra spice and perhaps a little extra humor—even at the time I was writing what was essentially a horror genre. Guess it kind of crosses several boundaries and spread far beyond the original conception. "Solly's tale is a quest and the history of humanity from beginning to end. Peopled with gods, monsters, demons, fairies and the people and places common to humanity." Quite a comment, but gathers the core of the story and gets right to the heart of the book. Had a lot of fun writing it, even more re-reading it after it was published and find that I am fully qualified to say that I am an Author.
Wow. Hope the reader enjoys as much as I did, and there certainly will be more.
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