When Otta and Erl are banished from their village for angering the gods, they embark on a peculiar quest.
Commanded by a wandering god, Otta is obliged to follow the strange, elusive “unicorn’s trail.” Her twin brother, Erl, has lost his memory and is struggling to discover who he is.
As they travel further from the shelter of the Homestead, the siblings discover unpleasant traits in their personalities. They must learn to adapt and change before they are driven apart.
Who is the wandering god? Just what is the “unicorn’s trail” and where will it lead? What are the kaerlings? And who are the brown-robed travellers that trespass in Otta’s dreams?
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About the Author
I don’t preach about religion or the environment. My characters have different points of view, some of which I disagree with. But I let my readers make their own minds up about the issues I raise in my novels.
I don’t write to a formula. I prefer reading books that don’t adhere to creative writing class principles. I HATE predictability – I much prefer to be surprised! And these are the kind of books I write – different, quirky, undefinable.
Having survived cancer, I am not afraid to explore the darkness. I still find my inspiration in the sea, vinyl music and in beautifully written books. I have authored a number of books (novels, short story collections and poetry) which can be found at Amazon, iBooks, Kobo, Nook and other online stores.
I am currently working undercover in the hospitality industry in order to study Humans so that I can complete my series of The Kaerling. With each day that passes, I am more and more convinced that I’m an alien trapped in a Human body and have no idea where my home world is! I have no plans to write about the hospitality industry itself; my current “lifestyle” is merely a way of researching characters for my books.
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