Elven Dwarf

By Amanda Redhead & Craig Petillo

Fantasy | Paperback, eBook


Alluria lives in the wood elf village of Valenda, and grows to discover she is different than all the other elves. A long ago pact made by her biological father has her being raised as an elf, though her heritage is decidedly dwarven -- leading to suspicion and mistrust. On her 50th naming day, an evil presence arising in Neldorailin forces young Alluria onto a harrowing path of danger. Alluria gathers a rag-tag company who find themselves improbable heroes in a high-stakes gambit for control of the Dunsinar Region, and ultimately, the very fate of Neldorailin, itself. Elven Dwarf is the second book in the popular Neldorailin novels.



Amanda lives with her family in the heart of the fabled Sherwood Forest; an area of outstanding beauty and legends. Craig hails from Oklahoma in the United States, and has spent the last 33-some years living and working in the Entertainment Trade. His experiences with Published Media began in the 1980s, when he wrote, edited, and contributed to a Gaming Fanzine named "Networks." He also has a few published RPG scenarios through the Role-Playing Games Association, which has now gone defunct. Craig now spends his time in semi-retirement, sipping coffee and quieting the voices dwelling in his head by giving them long, nourishing walks across blank sheets of paper.


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Amanda lives with her family in the heart of the fabled Sherwood Forest; an area of outstanding beauty and legends. Craig hails from Oklahoma in the United States, and has spent the last 33-some years living and working in the Entertainment Trade. His experiences with Published Media began in the 1980s, when he wrote, edited, and contributed to a Gaming Fanzine named "Networks." He also has a fe...


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