I had so much fun creating Azi’s guild hall that I decided to do a close up view of her house, too. This house is where Azi grew up, and it’s a small part of the larger guild complex. She spends much of her time here in the first book of the Keepers of the Wellsprings series: Call of Kythshire.
Many scenes have played out within these walls. I even added Flit’s pitcher to the drawing. Do you see it?
Read all about Azi, her house, and her adventures in Call of Kythshire, available for free on Kindle Unlimited at Amazon.com.
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Call of Sunteri is the second book in the Keepers of the Wellsprings series. It follows Azi and Rian and the rest of His Majesty’s Elite on a journey through Cerion as they escort Prince Eron and Pricess Amei to Kordelya Keep, where she’ll give birth to the new heir. Their journey is clouded by a mysterious darkness which makes tensions run high and threatens Azi’s place in the guild.
This second installment in the series introduces a new point of view character, Tib, who is a slave boy from the desert lands of Sunteri. Sunteri has been overrun by Sorcerers, and its Wellspring all but drained. Tib finds a way to flee to Cerion, but as he journeys to freedom, he begins to wonder whether his thoughts and motives are his own.
Call of Sunteri features several color illustrations depicting scenes from this fantastic, adventurous journey. It’s not necessary to read the first book first, but if you’d like to, you can download Call of Kythshire here.
A lot of the first book of the Keepers of the Wellsprings series, Call of Kythshire, happens in one setting: the guild hall of His Majesty’s Elite. This setting is one of my favorites in the books, because it’s a place that I feel like I’ve actually been to. I can picture the splintered wood benches in the sparring square, hear the ring of Benen’s hammer from the forge, and smell the wood smoke from the great hearth in the meeting hall.
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