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A peek at my fantasy office. No, really! There's a delightful misconception in the literary world, a near-legendary tale that authors are fueled purely by coffee—cup after cup of that intoxicating brew, our muse for every page turned and every tale spun. But here's a little secret from my corner of the fantasy realm: while most authors are downing espressos and lattes, I'm sipping on apple cider. Yes, you read that right. Sparkling apple juice is my potion of choice, the golden elixir that fuels my tales of enchanting worlds and passionate shifters.

Character Art: A Glimpse of the Night Eater

Early Concept in Progress of the Night Eater

Female with intense stare and pink hair watches you
Base Stock Model photo is from ALEXANDER MILS ON UNSPLASH

I've been quietly tidying up loose ends up on my series. Who knew the characters would skip off the pages of my outline to seek adventures of their own? Okay, okay. Apparently I'm awful at keeping clear of distractions and ended up writing various scenarios for upcoming chapters.
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Chronicles of Zaloria: Book Two will debut very soon. I'm aiming for a release in 2023. In fact, I can show you a sneak peek of the cover right here:

Paranormal Shifter Fantasy, A fantasy sword with swirly embellishments on a blue background
This is the new cover. Isn't it epic?

So who is she? Well, I can't exactly go into detail without spoiling a great deal of matters. What I can say is that the Night Eater plays an important part through-out the story. From the first novel we know that she's not exactly a good person and causes a great war to erupt across all of Zaloria.

Superhero Fantasy, Wendy May, Brunette female with sugar-skull makeup
Stock Model from The Night Eater is Copyright to Wendy May

Now I'm going to shift your attention to the photo-manipulation or photo composite. This is an early concept as the Night Eater is inspired from various Mexican Folktales and mythology. She's quite old and far more sinister.

She has to be cold and cruel. I did mention the 'not so good of a person' part! For now, I'm content at how she appears though I will re-paint her sugar-skull makeup with more detail. Most likely I'll also add a darker magic within her hands and an amulet around her neckline.

Oops, I've rambled long enough. Time to go back to writing. Deadlines are coming up fast!

Happy Reading,
Wendy May


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