Author Wendy May pondering what to write next Hi happy readers, Time certainly passes by quickly when your head is filled with dozens of novels itching to come out. I'm so excited that my latest book, Bound by Fate, is complete! It will be available for purchase on Amazon and o n Kindle Vella . If you haven't read the first two books in this series yet ( Bound by Pride and Bound by Night) then please do before reading BOUND BY FATE because there are some spoilers for those stories throughout the novel. I hope everyone has had a wonderful summer. My family went camping at our favorite lake near the mountains las t week, which was perfect timing since I was finishing up revisions on B ound by Fate. I' ve been busy getting ready for Halloween and Christmas ever since. The weather w here I'm currently staying at has been gorgeous, but it's also very hot outside. I'm hoping to get a few days off soon so we can go to an amusement park or something fun li

Mira Darkstorm - The Shethera Herder

Fantasy romance, A stunning blonde in a flowing white gown feeds a sprig of leaves to a lamb in the mid afternoon
Mira Darkstorm feeding one of her flock

"For the longest time, they've constantly fought as if they weren't father and son. Truthfully, it's tiring trying to keep a family together when they're bound and determined to fall apart at the seams." - Mira, the Shethera herder

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Song of the Wind: A Character Introduction


A stunning blonde woman waits for her husband in a grove of roses and wildflowers as the sun sets in the distance
Mira still waiting for Skoll to return home

If there's one word to describe Mira Darkstorm it's: devoted. Hmm, two words actually. She's incredibly clumsy too. Let's start over, there are two words that make up the whole of Mira and it's devoted clumsiness. Wait, that's not quite right either.
 
Silliness aside, she's a woman hopelessly in love. I won't go into details about her weight, height, as I'd like to leave that for an omnibus(with artwork!) but Mira is mirrored after the countless women that faithfully wait for their husbands to return home from a long journey. 

And she's been waiting for Skoll Darkstorm to return for a very, very, long time.

romantic fantasy novel, A dark wolf roams a magical forest with the moon lighting his backside
The First Avatar of the Fenrir Ancient

Well, when you happen to fall in love with the Big, Bad, Wolf what else is there to expect? Nothing but heartbreak. Nothing but sorrow mixed in with a sprinkle or two of happiness. Yet Mira will take those heavy doses of sadness for a mere taste of bliss again.
 
I often portray Mira as a clumsy woman that can't help but look to the bright-side of situations on matter the consequences. She's tragic in that way. Always seeking the good, even in the worst. Does she deserve to be tortured? I often wondered to myself. Of course, a happy ending is never given freely. 
Happiness forever after must be earned. Therefore, when I write her story, I'll make certain she's scratching and clawing her way to that blissful ending. Even if it only lasts for a few moments...
 
See how Mira's side story plays out in Chronicles of Zaloria - Song of the Wind. The sequel debuts in 2023!

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