Palladium – Chapter 2

I hope you enjoyed chapter 1 last week.

It’s been interesting working on Cirvel’s story, especially since so many auxiliary stories feed off of the either the character or aspects of the story. Truly, Cirvel is a central character to so much of my work right now.

There was a point when I was working on Quest for the Three Books that I could see the past, present, and future of the story’s timeline. To have such clear thoughts about what was behind, how it brought about the events going on in the story, and what repercussions would come about was an amazing vantage point.

I feel that way about Cirvel’s story. I’m still missing huge chunks of it, but I do love the discovery. Every day that goes by, more of these holes get filled in. It’s an exciting journey.

Let’s get to the story!

This story is meant for new adult audiences. It is rather mature in nature, not that there’s anything really detrimental, but it certainly isn’t meant for readers under 17 as there is content of a sensual nature. If you are younger or prefer completely clean content, please go no further with this story.

Previously: The novihomidrak, Cirvel, heads through a festival on his way to meet up with an old “friend” who has a map that Cirvel needs. The friend, Sapere Imor, isn’t happy to see Cirvel and tries to persuade Cirvel with other temptations. Irritated with not getting his answers, Cirvel seals Imor into a genie lamp. A ninja steps from the shadows and steals away the lamp containing Imor, leaving Cirvel holding only air.


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Palladium

Chapter 2

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Cross Post

I’ve written a post for my Sacred Knight blog, but I debated on which blog I should put it – if it really belonged there or on this one. It’s about how artists use their own emotions as fodder to create their art. I decided I wanted it there, but I also wanted to share it with my readers here. So here’s the link that’ll take you directly to the post there for your reading. Then, if you want, stick around and check out more of my Sacred Knight blog.