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Most days, Favored Peleguin and Healer Beliam get along well. Sure, priest and physician have their differences of opinion, but their friendship was always based on a sense of respect and mutual tolerance.
Today, Father Peleguin presides over Beliam’s execution.
As if watching his friend die were not enough to bear, Father Peleguin fears Beliam may be in the right after all. The death toll rises in Dawnshire, and the church’s magical supply of Kes grows thin.
What if faith in the Divine Mother isn’t enough to hold back the Rasping Plague?
What if the only way to save the people, is to rely on the same magic Beliam is being executed for using?
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My name is Seth. I write Epic Fantasy and Post-Apocalyptic fiction under my pen name, S. B. Sebrick.
You've picked a great time to stop by. I've got a lot of exciting changes coming around this year. Every month I now offer a free short story, for one week only. I'm sending out my newsletter twice per month, giving my subscribers more opportunities to interact with me and experience the creative process as I write "Shepard of the Dead." More novels are coming soon. Enjoy!
Next Month's Short Story: Child of Two Worlds
Deegan has practiced his necromantic skills during the darkest hours of the night, securely nestled in Dawnshire’s darkest corners. The Priests of the Divine Mother consider such practices comparable to murder and would happily execute Deegan as a matter of course, if they knew.
Tonight, however, the cries of war echo from the main gate. Soldiers fall by the hour, and the city’s priests cannot hold back their enemies’ strange powers. Dawnshire is on the brink of destruction.
If only the city had a stockpile of corpses, ready for use…
Child of Two Worlds is a short story set within the Shepard of the Dead series. Dive into this exciting epic fantasy tale of heroism, self-sacrifice and redemption.
Coming Soon: The Final Strain
Trevian’s half of the cure slowly erodes his body. His senses are waning. Healing requires more and more time. Then there’s those pesky violent tendencies.
They finally discover the location of Sampson’s base. The architect of humanity’s demise. The one person capable of stabilizing Trevian’s condition.
If only he weren’t residing in a fully fortified bunker, tucked well out of reach. How can Trevian and his friends hope to survive against such insurmountable odds?
Saving what remains of humanity is close at hand, assuming Trevian lasts that long.
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