Tales of loathsome tyrants and prophesied saviors aren't nearly so appealing when you are a royal bastard with a prophecy hanging over your head.

About the Author

Hi, I'm Misti, and I'm a fantasy land addict.

I'm also something of a grammar handbook addict, so if you see something consistently odd in my grammar, there's likely a reason for it. Otherwise, it's an "Ooops", and I do appreciate having those pointed out.

If A Fistful of Fire looks familiar, it is a much expanded and revised version of Evonalé, which used to be posted on my FictionPress.com account. (Yes, Misti is the original author. I even have friends who have helped me write it for the past several years as witnesses.)

I've written speculative fiction as my primary hobby since I was a high school freshman, and now I've finally figured out that novel-writing thing. Reading web fiction online helped tremendously as an office administrator, when I needed to de-stress on my 15-minute break. Ergo, I pay it forward and offer web fiction for the next poor office soul who needs to de-stress.

I welcome even critical comments on A Fistful of Fire, but please be polite about it—in other words, criticize the story and not me as a person—and please refrain from cursing or misusing any of God's names.

Thank you for the time you've spent reading this post and A Fistful of Fire. Please comment to let me know what you think, if you haven't already. ^_^

—Misti Wolanski

1 comment:

  1. "any who attempted to reign them in"
    This is in the print version, too, so I'm guessing that no one pointed it out. Considering that you have a horse in this story, I'm surprised that you made the mistake. "Rein them in" is the correct phrase.


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