“I heard you were looking for a sorcerer.”

The man at the rough, wooden table looked up. “I am. Please sit.”

Jarok sat, but kept the hood of his cloak up to shade his face from prying eyes.

A wench set a mug of ale before him.

He waited until she was out of hearing range and faced the man he’d come to meet. “What sort of magics do you wish performed?”

“I need a way to keep the people from leaving the country. I wish them to stay, but already the threat of civil war has incited many to leave their homes and emigrate to other kingdoms.”

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The Amulet

The Storm


The Forest



About Avily Jerome

Avily Jerome is a writer and the editor of Havok Magazine. Her short stories have been published in various magazines, both print and digital. She has judged several writing contests and is a writing conference teacher and presenter. She writes speculative fiction, her ideas ranging from almost-real-world action/adventures to epic fantasies to supernatural thrillers.

16 comments on “Sorcerer

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