Book One in Print

Book One - The Storyteller

Book One - The Storyteller

As Book One just finished posting online, I wanted to take a minute to thank you for reading and give you a few pointers as to where this is all going. Book two is in the works and will be published in the second half of the year.

To celebrate this first half year of the Tales of Jerrik I invite you to check out the print edition of The Storyteller. I have published it as a soft cover, comic sized book, and it looks pretty incredible! If you like what you see, please consider purchasing a copy and/or telling your family and friends about it. Your support really means a lot!

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First Coin

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The Storyteller page 20

First story. Agatha is determined to make a full record of Jerrik’s tales so she asks him to start at the very beginning: his childhood.

Legendary Tales

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The Storyteller page 19

It seems that Jerrik’s tales have become legendary in places as remote as the Realms of the South.

Jerrik

After all this time, we finally get to meet Jerrik, the Storyteller.

Colourful clientele

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The Storyteller page 17

It’s a busy evening at the Golden Bear and it sure is full of a colourful cast of characters!

Two ales

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The Storyteller page 16

In a tavern such as the Golden Bear, ales are the drink of choice if you want to hear a good story.

Kindness

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The Storyteller page 15

Agatha’s philosophy is quite simple: kindness isn’t given to all but if you practice it, good things might just happen to you.

Beds with a view

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The Storyteller page 14

Beds for gnomes are not something Bjorn and Nils were expecting but after such eventful adventures it certainly feels well deserved!

 

Rest

Rest

Rest

Warming up by the fire, eating, drinking and finally getting some rest.

Hot Soup

Hot Soup

Hot Soup

After a very long trip, what better way to come to your senses than sit by a warm fireplace, enjoying soup, fresh bread, cheese and a hot drink. Does it sound rewarding? That because it is!