Court of Sorcerers – Epilogue

Welcome, Fantasy Nerds! Did you think Court of Sorcerers was finished? Well, we have a surprise for you…an epilogue! We will get to that in a moment, but first we have an announcement. Have you been looking for a place where you can talk about all things fantasy with a group of fellow Fantasy Nerds? Maybe you’ve heard of our […]

Court of Sorcerers – Part 5

If you haven’t read Part 1 of Court of Sorcerers, you can find it here. … There was one problem that still stumped Elyscia: how to deal with Nicolaus. She needed to give him an antidote to the love potion so she could end the engagement, especially now that things were escalating with her and Renout. If anyone suspected their […]

Court of Sorcerers – Part 4

This is Part 4 of this short story. You can read the beginning by clicking here. … They had accomplished two goals with one potion: they had confirmed the effectiveness of said potion, but also sowed distrust between the King and his court astrologists. Everything was going according to plan. But now, Elyscia had an invitation to answer. “My love,” her […]

Court of Sorcerers – Part 3

This is Part 3 of Clever’s short story. You can read the beginning by clicking here. … Renout found a seat at the back of the Council meeting, in the area designated for the court magicians. They were expected to attend the meetings, in case their work was needed, but not to give input unless asked. He had arrived early, […]

Court of Sorcerers – Part 2

This is Part 2 of Clever’s short story. If you haven’t read the beginning, click here. … There was one problem with Elyscia’s plan; the King may have liked her, but he still wouldn’t believe a woman came up with the greatest magic known to man. Reluctantly, she admitted to herself that she would need help. There was only one […]

Court of Sorcerers

Elyscia rolled off the plush bed, donned a robe, and poured herself a goblet of water. After she had gulped down half the contents, she offered Nicolaus the rest. He took the goblet from her hand, but before he could take a sip, she gestured to stop him.  “You know better than to drink anything without the protection of your […]