The A to Z Challenge is underway this year, thanks to the awesome hosts and minions. Special thanks to Arlee Bird for starting this amazing blogging challenge!!! For more information about this challenge, go to the website!
Primary theme: World of Aramatir (Setting for The Champion Trilogy) Glossary
Secondary Theme: World-Building Questions and Thoughts
Galen- Winnifred’s older brother, and Cork’s cousin, Rrysorrian
Garson – A Drinaii mercenary in Kalidess’s personal service
Geoffrey – one of the Wylandrian princes
Gerdun – a Master Law-Giver of Septily and member of the Triune Council
Glythan – Ambassador of Aerland
Grandan River (mentioned in chapter 16 of book 1 with Mochant – and needs to be fixed)
Greymount Castle – once the seat of power in Wylandrian and the capital
Gray, Lord – one of the governors of Septily, of the Desert province, and Salene’s father
Green Hall – the legendary throne room of King Wilstorm, first king of Septily, buried under the new city of Skycliff
Gren - a slave linked to Kalidess
Gurnsey, James – Captain of a Cog in Book 1, and a Galleon in Book 1, husband of Evalyn
World Building Question: Do you build globally when you build the world for your book?
This is an area I struggled with for The Champion Trilogy. It all started so simply, and then I realized I needed to understand the history of the country of Septily, and then I needed to understand Septily's relationship with other countries. And after that, I felt like I needed to name the "world," although in these books, only two continents, one large island, and an island chain are the setting. Only . . . ha!
And I planned to have a giveaway today, but I seem to be having some tech issues with kindle - I tried to edit a previously planned giveaway, but I seem to be stuck on the dates previously set. Look for Dragonfold and Other Adventures on April 15th and 16th, and Champion in the Darkness in May - hopefully after my second book is out.