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For the past dozen years, I have made a living as a middle school teacher of Language Arts and History. I am fortunate enough to spend my days surrounded by amazing stories, and it is this experience that inspired me to write The Remnants of Pryr. Deep down I have always considered myself a writer, even before being professionally published. I feel like even if I were on a deserted island, I would still find a way to write, maybe in the sand or on the barks of trees. Essentially writing is a compulsion for me, it is going to happen whether I want it to or not.















The Remnants of Pryr

The reclusive archivist, Isten, has taken on the unenviable task of cataloging the history of his world before time runs out and the land of Pryr comes to a devastating end. Curating this assortment challenges Isten to reevaluate his beliefs about his home and his place within it. Concepts such as faith, bigotry, love, and power will have to be dissected if Isten is going to tell the tale of this strange land.

Recounted through a selection of diverse documents, this is the testimony of a dominion in which magic and science work in tandem, though the nations do not. The land of Pryr ishome to opposing cultures that compete over territory, mythical artifacts, and forbidden knowledge. Each person must decide how to utilize their Blood Blessing to help them survive in this chaotic world. 

When one of the ancient founders of Pryr returns after a long exile and claims the world will soon end, the nations must adapt and learn to work together. If not, the Breath of Ruination will bring about a world-ending catastrophe. The kaleidoscopic cast, including gods, assassins, poets, and scientists, provides interlocking accounts in this geo-political drama that dates back to the founding of civilization.