I mentioned Alexander in Cirvel’s story, Palladium, a few weeks ago. I said that I had a short story about Alexander coming soon.
Tomorrow, that story releases.
I wrote Alexander’s Den several months before I started Palladium. It really was only when I needed the mention of a dragon that Alexander started to take part in Palladium at all. Granted, he is only a side note in Palladium, but of course my head expanded the story so much more. Much like a novihomidrak, I knew exactly what would happen if Cirvel actually did find Alexander. Of course, I can’t say much more because Palladium isn’t far enough along for you to have read exactly what the Onesong had in mind for Cirvel instead.
Currently, only the ebook version is available. I’m considering options for the print version. And, I’m working on an audiobook version which will be releasing soon. Stay tuned for those. Meanwhile, you can find your favorite ebook distributor here.
I will be the first to admit when this title popped in my head and I started writing it, I thought it would be a comedy, something along the lines of the humor in my Loki series.
Yeah, not so much.
Selena was too serious of a character right from the start. As the story progressed, I realized why she was so uptight. It took some prodding because she really didn’t want to admit that she’d done anything wrong. I’ll save that for the story.
Let’s go check out a sample of the story, shall we?
Space Ninjas Aren’t Real (excerpt)
by Dawn Blair
Selena Bennett stood at the large, cold, plastiglass window of the space dock and watched as shuttlecrafts flew to and from the larger spaceship, the Honeycomb. It would be her new home for the next couple of months. Thinking about all the supplies the