In my last newsletter I asked readers to send in names for the sorcerer in a story I’m writing. It’s the first book in the The Ghost and Abby series, which is a spin-off of A Viking for Valentine’s Day, featuring Eric the sexy spirit from Sweden and the widow Abby. Eric is searching for a way to become alive, so that he can spend at least one lifetime with Abby in that form. He finds a sorcerer (who has no name at the moment) who will grant him his wish for a price, but Eric is unwilling to pay that price.
That’s the subplot. The main plot involves a haunted manor, a draugr (i.e., a vampire-like creature from Norse legends) diamonds, and of course the regulars from the haunted teahouse in Sunset Cove. It’s a fun story to write, and will be a full-length novel. I plan to release it in the fall.
The following list of names were submitted by readers in my newsletter contest. I post them here to see if any of you have any comments.
Let me know what you think. Do any really stand out for you?
|2||Thelkar of Threll|
|3||Gavrill of Yeoncil|
|8||Maagar the Cunning|
|10||Sture (Norse, for on the opposite side)|
|12||Griffen of Terra Eyre|
|16||Slystone the Sorcerer|
|17||Warnoc of Edand|
|21||Grimland the Great|
|26||Jezahr of Ravenscar|
|27||Gabriel of Gascony|
|28||Stalius of Snoefell|
|29||Garder of Vinland|
|34||… of Eyancor|
|35||Guiden (Swedish for wizard)|
|38||Severin Sedgewick the Soothsayer|
|41||Gavrill the Grey|
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