Melianarrheyal

      G. Deyke / Fantasy
Melianarrheyal

Arrek Suyiol is a fearful kretchin boy, the filth of society. He follows Melianarrheyal – a narcissistic young noblewoman who enjoys the power she has over him – on her quest for revenge. But Melianarrheyal's victim is destined for something more. An epic fantasy story about abuse, betrayal, and post-traumatic stress.This is not my story.It began with a mad King, an imprisoned dragon, a dying world, and a girl who left everything she knew behind in order to save it, and then fell in love with a noble...That is Therrin's story.It began with legends and ruins a thousand years old, stories that had long been lost, and a prophecy that might soon come to pass...That is Ty's story.It began with a betrayal, and a need for revenge, and a young noblewoman who set out to restore her honor...That is Mel's story.This is not my story.For me, this is a story about Mel.
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    Borrowed Strength

      G. Deyke / History & Fiction
Borrowed Strength

Ranging from the silly to the serious, from the humorous to the horrific, from the speculative to the mundane, and from 55 to 1,000 words, these 31 very short stories include a little something for everyone. Written entirely in July 2014 as a part of Flash Fiction Month.One month.Thirty-one stories.Fifteen challenges.Ranging from the silly to the serious, from the humorous to the horrific, from the speculative to the mundane, and from 55 to 1,000 words, these 31 very short stories – one for each day of July – include a little something for everyone.
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    Ephemeron

      G. Deyke / History & Fiction
Ephemeron

Whether you prefer sadness or silliness, humor or poignancy, action or allegory: these 31 very short stories include a little something for everyone, from to the instant messaging logs of Norse deities to the struggles of a banana peel. Written entirely during July 2015 as a part of Flash Fiction Month.One month.Thirty-one stories.Fourteen challenges.Whether you prefer sadness or silliness, humor or poignancy, action or allegory: these 31 very short stories include a little something for everyone, from to the instant messaging logs of Norse deities to the struggles of a banana peel. Written entirely during July 2015 as a part of Flash Fiction Month.
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