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Breaking a little from the historical allegory to talk about Fighting the High Seas, which is now available on Prolific Works. The fourth installment of the perma-free Neo Skyehawk Series, Neo and Seneca receive word the Tamurian Empire was involved in naval skirmishes off the coast of Eura and Afrikaana and have dispatched warships toward the mysterious Lands Beyond the Western End of Gaia.
Neo and Seneca realize Tamuria’s skirmishes with Ddraigoch allied ships means it’s likely they’ll use the skirmish to justify a ground invasion on allied soil, placing two Ddraigoch allies, Lowerland and Fleming, at risk of an invasion. The duo concludes that while Tamuria will most certainly blame Lowerland for instigating, thus setting off the naval skirmish, it is reported from Neo’s spy that the skirmish occurred in Afrikaana waters, where the Lowerlandic are known to be active traders with the Afrikaana people.
While Neo heads to Lowerland to speak with King Joost, Seneca bolts for Fleming with the help of a most unlikely ally. However, upon arriving in the Flemish capital of Bruss an attack unfolds from Tamurian mercenaries while reports erupt that Lowerland has fallen to Tamurian hands during Neo’s visit.
It’s a time of uncertainty for our medieval heroes and perhaps one of our main characters’ souls is slated to leave Gaia forever while another must find a way to stop the Tamurians’ advance both at home and on the high seas as they set sail for a new world, a world that will someday be known throughout Gaia as Columbia.
The Freedom Flames in Lord of Columbia were based on the logo of the Libertarian Party.
I’ve always considered the Lord of Columbia (LoC) as setting the stage for a Libertarian manifesto, taken from Ron Paul’s book, The Revolution: A Manifesto, which I read back in 2012.
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Today’s synopsis is about Fighting the Great Plan, Part I: Episode III in the Neo Skyehawk Series and the fourth book overall in the series if one counts the prequel Eurean Kingdom, which can be downloaded here as a reward for joining my ever-growing email list.
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I hope you all loved my synopses on Northern Knights, Swords of Destiny, and Fighting Tyranny and if you haven’t done so yet, you can view them at the following links:
Swords of Destiny
Today, I’m talking about Fighting Tyranny’s sequel, Fighting Treason, and giving my readers an extended look at the content within the pages of this small novelette. As mentioned in previous articles, the Neo Skyehawk Series is a freebie series which can be downloaded on Prolific Works for no charge unless you wished to read the prequel which will cost you an email address!
Fighting Tyranny is the first episode in my perma free Neo Skyehawk Series, which serves as a group of novelettes and novellas that are a predecessor to the Lord of Columbia Series, where the first two episodes can be viewed in further detail here and here.
Welcome back, guys, and I have an awesome treat for all of you reading today. As I stated in an earlier post, Episode IV in the Neo Skyehawk Series Fighting the High Seas, is coming along well and as expected.
But what I didn’t tell you all was that I already concocted a plot for the book’s sequel, Fighting the Great Plan, Part II. In doing so, the perma-free series will see two new releases within a short time of one another.
Okay, Freedom Flames, as I love to call my reading audience, the latest installment in the Neo Skyehawk Series has been named and the first draft is well in progress.
As I stated last week in my update, Book IV, or Episode IV will have a name and cover, so today I’m fulfilling my promise. Book IV will be entitled Fighting the High Seas, and it is what I’m referring to as the peak book in the epic fantasy, which provides a historical background on its sister Lord of Columbia Series.
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Do you love world history? Yes, no, maybe so, right? Well, do you love world history regarding fictional worlds and fictional historical characters set in a land where magic exists?
Okay, I got your attention, because along with my premier Lord of Columbia Series where you can buy Book I, Northern Knights and Book II, Swords of Destiny on Amazon there’s also a nice little freebie series I have over on Prolific Works called the Neo Skyehawk Series.
The Neo Skyehawk Series discusses historical characters that are mentioned in the Lord of Columbia Series in passing but play a relevant role to the world history of Gaia, the setting of both Lord of Columbia and Neo Skyehawk.