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Monday, December 22, 2014

Tales to take you away. Legacy of Mist and Shadow by @FeyronTales #fantasy



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Legacy of 

Mist and Shadow

The Age of Awakenings - Book 3

Tales from Feyron - The Ripples of Power

Written by Diana L. Wicker

Genre(s): Fantasy, Coming of Age, Sword and Sorcery



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Old relics and have stories of their own. Sometimes they contain adventures waiting to be sparked and journeys bursting to begin.

The Box of Melodies was left with Clan Caris by Lady Oyisha, daughter of the mists, for care and keeping. A series of visions revealing the last desperate moments of a forgotten clan - the loss of their gateway to Feyron and the escape of a lone traveler holding the box - spurs a handful of adventuresome youth on a trek through the Lesser Forest where they inadvertently cause a ripple through the mists with unintended consequences.

A few of the youth find themselves on an unexpected journey to a World Beyond, lost in mist and shadow, where misunderstanding and suspicion lead to danger and darkness. Forgotten histories are discovered, clan secrets are revealed, and old alliances are remembered as the families of the lost seek to discover where the youth have been drawn by the memories within the Mists of Time.



An excerpt from

Legacy of 

Mist and Shadow



Here's what

Fans are saying

about the first book

The Dreamweaver's Journey 

The Age of Awakenings


Tales to take you away

This book took me back to the books I read as a pre teen. A wonderful story line woven through several stories! I cannot say enough good things about this book. Wow...just ....wow! I love the whole storyteller idea. A central character telling the children tales-.and darn good tales at that! A world of magic that has gateways to other worlds, a place where all magic starts...

In fact, the very first words "The Realm of Feyron has always been" in the preface is where the story started for me. That phrase sent chills down my spine, the good kind where I knew I was in for a great read. The main characters are easily lovable and I couldn't help but feel like I was one of the littles at the Storyteller's feet, listening as the tales unfolded through the night. A great introduction for more tales to come!

— AppyGirl


The Dreamweaver's Journey is a 'delightful' read. It's the type of story that can be enjoyed by people of all ages. In fact, the dragons, magic, and adventure all made me feel like a little kid again. I especially loved the dragons and their method of communication.

The author does an amazing job at painting an intricate, beautiful picture of this world, all without droning on with tedious details as is so common in fantasy stories. Her writing has an old-fashioned, yet refreshing feel to it.

The story centers around a small group of young friends (teens) who find themselves taking part in an unplanned adventure when one of their friends goes missing. Along the way they find magical surprises, dragons, unicorns, scorpions and more. I found myself wanting to keep reading just to see what/who they would meet next.

I enjoyed this book and highly recommend it to anyone who loves a good fantasy. I'm interested to see what's coming in the 2nd book...



Author Bio

Diana L. Wicker


Diana is an indie author living in the balmy climate of the US south with family, two dogs, two cats, and a cantakerous rabbit. She enjoys reading, sewing (clothing, costuming, and experimental toy-making), and RPG games. (She grew up with the old school paper/pencil style of gaming, but has transitioned happily to the highly interactive world of video games.) And, as if she had more time to spare, she has recently invested in her first Asian ball jointed doll.

The idea for Feyron started with a map, a place for her daughter to tell stories and live out storytelling role-playing adventures with her friends. The lore grew around the map, for every world needs lore if you are going to "live" there. The idea for a series, Tales from Feyron, grew out of the lore, for if you're going to invent a world, you may as well play there too. The stories are continuing to grow through the various historical ages of Feyron and have just started to ripple outwards to the Worlds Beyond touched by magic.

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