Athine could be the one to save them...or destroy them all.
Athine does not believe in fate, but when she learns she has the power to kill other immortals her fate comes knocking.
Matters take a turn for the worse when the mysterious Kinir reveals that Harmonia, Athine’s beloved sister, is the coming evil fate demands she battle.
Now Athine must choose between becoming the champion that will save her world or saving her sister.
Find out what path Athine chooses by reading THE BEGINNING, a new mythological fantasy that fans of JRR Tolkien, Sara C. Roethle, and Xena will not want to miss.
Visit your local eBook store and purchase a copy to start your adventure with Athine.
Currently, Shannon is a weaver of myths and magic when she is not working at her day job.
Always a lover of fantasy, she enjoys comic books, RPGs, and fantasy based themed shows; so, it is no wonder that she has herself become a fantasy author and artist.
She is the author of The Daughter of Ares Chronicles and illustrator for the graphic novel adaptation of the series. She often sums up her series in a single line: Imagine if Xena and Buffy were to fall into The Lord of the Rings and run across Blade Runner while trying to save the universe.
When I started this story I knew it needed to be written in first person and multiple POV. I knew what Athine looked like in my head, but how did I tell somebody that in a book written in first person. Enter the vision of the girl that would destroy them all!
AS MUCH AS I DISLIKE Eir, she had been right. She had foreseen Athine injure me years before it all played out. She even described what Athine would look like. A sultry beauty perfectly blended between the three bloodlines. She would have the beauty of her mother, the passion of her grandfathers, and the mystique of her father. She would stand shorter than an average Ximirian goddess and would have raven streaked hair. Her skin would be like alabaster and her magic would be more powerful than anyone could imagine. Even as the blood dripped down my arm, I could feel the magic of Athine still in my wound. It seemed to linger in the area trying to eat at my very essence.