Fantasy lands in mystical realms Hi everyone, welcome to my blog! I'm Wendy May, a bestselling author of fantasy action romance novels. You may have heard of some of my books, such as the Zolzix Brothers alien romance series and the Fire and Steel fantasy romance series. If you haven't, you're missing out on some epic adventures and sizzling love stories! I've always loved writing. Since I was a teenager, I was fascinated by mythology, Celtic and Mexican folklore and adventure stories. I used to write short stories for fun, until one day I decided to try my hand at publishing. And the rest is history! A wizard is never late to a party... I'm so grateful for my amazing fans who support me and enjoy my books. I love hearing from you and reading your reviews. You're the reason I keep writing and improving my craft. I try to give you the best stories possible, with fast-paced plots, witty dialogue and steamy romance scenes. To do that, I do a lot of research to crea

Character Art: Skoll Darkstorm

With the Best of Intentions 

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Skoll Darkstorm

Tall, dark, and ruggedly handsome. Skoll Darkstorm is a Varul of mysteries with an unknown past. He first appears as friendly individual in Feral Hearts but eventually it's revealed he has a far more sinister plan in mind for the lead characters.

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The Dark Beast

With a title such as the 'Dark Beast' you'd think I was playing around with certain religious themes. I'll be upfront and state otherwise: No, I didn't create him with that kind of interest in mind. Though I dip into light metaphysical spirituality, that's all there is to it. His title comes from simply being the first of his kind in the realm of Zaloria. I won't go into detailed spoilers but Skoll and Filtiarn are Varul that are feared for rather different reasons as to what I first hinted at in the first novel.

Get the Character's Look

While searching You-tube for background music (It helps focus my thoughts while writing) I came across the new Terminator movie. It featured a cover song that absolutely floored me. Simplistic but deep, it made me think: 'Now that's a good theme song for Skoll.' If you'd like to listen to it, click on the You-tube video below:

RIAYA ft. John Mark McMillan - Hunter ("Terminator: Dark Fate" Cover)

There was a plan in mind at first...

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This was rendered by me in Daz3D. Finished in 10 hours sans post-work.

When I first started writing Skoll's character I had a distinct direction in mind for him. He was partially inspired by the mythological siblings, Skoll and Hati. He was supposed to harbor two versions within his spirit. The timid and kind part in contrast to the chaotic and violent part. At one point, he was going to split apart. But then I thought that was all too cliché (Even for me, ha.) and so I let him take me to where he stands now.

In my second novel, Fate of the Storm (Debuting in 2023) readers will be able to see a ton more of him. Skoll, alike Fang, has a rather 'vibrant' personality. If I allowed him, he'd take over the entire novel if I didn't bring him to heel.

What I'm Currently Working On

I'm half-way done with the final novel in the series. I would be finished but there are multiple endings that I've been toying with on paper. From there, I'm working on the outlines for Ranulfo and Lucalia's stand-alone novels. They're both heavy in theme and I felt they would be better savored for last.

In-between I've been working on multiple projects: A Specter's View (Working title, Space Opera), & Fire and Steel (Sword & Sorcery Dark Fantasy). There are two novelettes nearly finished - Dusk into Dawn (Paranormal Fantasy) and Here Without You (Dark Fantasy Romance).

An author's work is never done.

Happy Reading,
Wendy May