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Episode One: Embers in the Wind
Episode Two: Kingdom of Scars, coming in May.

Extra: special bonus short story coming on April 20th!

New chapters published each Wednesday and Saturday at 12am EET

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The gods are said to be dead. What once was seen as a gift, is now a curse. 

And with a Norian king on the throne, no gifted Aruel is safe.

The end of humanity is near. It can be seen in the raging seas and 
wrathful storms. Meanwhile, Norians paint glaciers red with Aruel blood, 
believing it will bring them the favor of the gods—an end to the hunger, 
the bloodshed and the suffering.

Emery has spent her life running from the king's men and hiding the 
fire in her Aruel blood. She crosses the border of Noriannd, but even then, 
there are too many ghosts following her. As the kingdom's secrets become 
unraveled, dark creatures rise forth to bring death upon them. Disease and 
black smoke spread through the lands. 

Emery is humanity's final breath. The last flame in the darkness.

She will set the world on fire, and then she'll watch it burn.

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A Raveling Night by E.M Redshaw
A Raveling Night by E.M Redshaw book cover

Two families, both fighting for the throne,
In Noriannd, a kingdom less than a battlefield,
From god-blessed fire to blood-cursed bone,
Where souls set flames to the Blue Boar's shield.
From a bleeding heart, made into a lover,
A pair of rusting crowns, waiting for fire,
Whole malicious plots to slaughter each other,
Do with their heirs bury their desire.

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Web novel?



The web serial format is written literature available primarily (or only) on the internet. Web serials are published in short installments or chapters, much like the old serial novels that were once published in newspapers and magazines.

The possibilities of web serials are endless. There is much more interaction, and authors can utilize and include different medias to create an immersive experience not possible in ordinary books.








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