Can a novel be inspired by landscapes? Usually, a story is derived from either plot or character. Locations mostly come into play when the story is specifically about them. Climbing Mount Everest or the siege of the Alamo, to name just a few, have specific locales as their driving force. If you look at the […]
Have you ever had dreams where the natural laws were suspended, where you were able to swim under water for long periods of time, or float in the air without wings? I’ve had a lot of those dreams during childhood. In my early twenties, I discovered a German painter named Hans-Werner Sahm. His work could […]
In fiction writing, we usually distinquish between plot-driven and character-driven stories. Ideally, there’s a healthy balance between the two, otherwise the story ends up either in the shallow part of the pool or drowning in the deep end. In my other job, I’m a licensed real estate broker. Maybe that’s why I was drawn to a third approach: location, […]
This is a short introduction for young readers who would like to know what The Three Feathers is about. A great adventure awaits you! 🙂
This is a short video telling the story of how The Three Feathers came about and what inspired it.
Joshua and his friends have to pass through the long darkness and face their final battle in order to save Wind and reach the Cave of Dreams.
The companions make it all the way into the mountain. They cross the point of no return.
Joshua and Grey are reunited with Krieg and Wind. Together, they have to solve the Riddle of the Porte Des Lioness. Wind is captured by the vulture.
Joshua and Grey meet Ayres, the guardian of the Gate of Time. They have to pass the grueling test of the Mirror Labyrinth and make their way through the City of Light Ruins to the Refuge.
Joshua and Grey meet Krieg, a warhorse and save him from being slaughtered. They barely escape a hyena attack and meet the fourth companion, Wind, a Pegasus who has been petrified in Stone for over 900 years. Enjoy!