Author Archives: James Ashman

About James Ashman

I write books of the fantasy, heroic, and adventure types. So far. I'm an author who loves fantastic stories.

The Lupine Saga 65

“Good afternoon, Va’il,” Shiroi said. “Hey, it’s you again!” Va’il said. His tone was pleasant, even if his words would normally be interpreted as rude. Va’il knew Ruby’s name, but he still wasn’t entirely sure of Shiroi’s. “So it’s you … Continue reading

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The Lupine Saga 64

Ruby stared out the window blankly. She shivered as she saw the barren trees shaken by the wind outside. The lecture in the classroom about marketplace practices didn’t interest her in the least. Nevertheless, she paid slight attention and took … Continue reading

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The Lupine Saga 63

Book two, The Lupine Chevalier. It picks up immediately where The Lupine Prince left off. “You’re going to be the king of Rising.” The announcement shook Mai’ou to her core. Something in her mind finally clicked as her thoughts were … Continue reading

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Book one has ended, on to book two

Tomorrow is the first post of The Lupine Chevalier. And last week The Lupine Prince ended. So before it begins, thoughts and things about book one. First is that it technically ends before the final scene. The final scene is … Continue reading

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The Lupine Saga 62

A week passed, and Rising started looking better. School had been out for the week, and many adults put their regular work on hold in order to help rebuild parts of the city. Several new things, like Fidel’s memorial, were … Continue reading

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