Maybe I'm giving away my age here, not that it's a secret, but I remember these words growing up, 'To boldly go where no man has gone before.' Anyone else remember those? The words made famous by Star Trek, a sci-fi television show I didn't watch, but knew all about because some of the kids … Continue reading To Boldly Go . . .
4th Day of Harvest Season, 342 Years After Mourning Today marks the second day Brother Trinn and I walked among the families of the sick. He pressed a crisp sheet of baked wheat mixed with bark into eager hands, while I followed behind and offered sips of weak ale from a ladle. The refugees know … Continue reading Midnight Mercies
As mentioned previously, I've stumbled across the personal notes of Jakob Borchain, one of the priests in Aramas. For those of you who've read Ashborne, you might have remembered his encounter with Riatha. (For those of you who haven't, what are you waiting for?) As you'll discover over the next few months, his part in Riatha's story is … Continue reading Jakob’s Journal Update
If you've stumbled across Jakob's Journal for the first time, welcome. It's a special section where, over the course of the next few weeks and months, you can read about an extraordinary series of events. A tale of doubt and anguish. A tale of grief and hope. You may cry. You may cheer. In the end, I … Continue reading Jakob’s Journal Introduction