And so one day The Goddess Aradia Was playing in the sand Making chance and energy
A mountain was formed Many creatures on its sides Digging, digging, And always climbing
The mountain glowed The elements of fire and energy To continue, to grow And never stop
She was entertained By her creation How interesting these creatures Never stopping
Water was added And another realm formed Of sleep and slumber and Of flowing and rhythm
Air, something not seen But spreading the seed That nothing will stagnate But spawn and grow
Her realm, She watches Her little ones She watches, never knowing What they will think of next
Fingers and hands and gray hair Playing in the sand Moving it around Pondering what to do
As she continued to play Some she gathered in her hands These I will help, she said These are my chosen, my beloved
The town of Gunbarrel has problems.
Virginia Steel, head of Lone Star Cattle Rustler’s Association, and her gang, Steel’s Steer Stealers, are constantly out maneuvered by Sheriff Molly, who is dedicated to clear the West of such outlaws, who were recently declared terrorists by the government.
Detachment A of the US Cavalry is having problems ridding the world of Indian evils on the recently declared property of the United States Government land. The Indians thought that it was theirs. They had always been there.
The town drunks just want to live in peace, like all others. Why does someone always interfere?
How these group struggles develop and end it the story of Sheriff Molly.
Fiction / Fantasy.
Book one of the Dragon Crown Fantasy Trilogy.A rouge doppleganger tries to take over the world of Surnia with Dragon Crown’s Navy. With the the aid of an extensive spy network, the navy and hippogriff riding marines engage in several epic battles.