You're never too old to make a bad decision.
After twenty winters on the road, Tanyth Fairport makes one last pilgrimage in her quest to learn all she can about the herbs and medicinal plants of Korlay before settling down to write her magnum opus. Her journey is interrupted when she decides to help a small village and learns that much of what she knows of the world may not be quite as it seems.
Nathan Lowell blends wiccan tradition and shamanistic lore into a fantasy quest for a new - if unlikely - heroine. She learns that the familiar sometimes hides the fantastic and that, even when you think you’ve made your decisions, life doesn’t always agree.
The thrilling conclusion to Ravenwood. Thanks for listening! (Chapters 38, 39, 40).
Tanyth has second thoughts about continuing her quest. The village
prepares for the Winter Solstice celebration. (Chapter 36, 37)
Life in the village returns to normal and they prepare for winter. Tanyth has a troubling dream. (Chapter 33, 34, 35)
Tanyth recovers slowly and moves back into Mother Alderton's hut. Frank has some unusual opinions. (Chapter 30, 31, 32)
The situation with Birchwood comes to a head with fatal consequences. (Chapter 27, 28, 29)
The village tries to recover from the latest catastrophe, and Tanyth suggests they fort up for protection. (Chapters 24, 25, 26)
Would love a sequel or prequel!
Refreshing is a great description
These stories are well written and entertaining. Thanks
I’m surprised and gratified to have found a book in which the heroine is a very capable middle aged woman. I can relate! The story line is not predictable. I’m anxious to find out what else happens in Tannyth’s journey