In Part 36, I talked about how I was a storyteller. I also had brought the story full circle on how I became a writer with stories to write. I’ve been asked, “Where the Terlokyans come from?” I don’t want to give away any of the story that the six book series is based on, so I’m having someone else tell you about Terlokya. His name is Caslaikove. His story will actually be appearing on another blog and I’m going to repeat it here. The direct link is … saviorproject.blogspot.com.
Caslaikove is from the main cultural city of Zenclyck. He is a government official and has great insight into the history of Terlokya. He’s also a bit of an eccentric, and hangs out with the great inventor, Ttocs. So for a while, we’ll be hearing from Caslaikove. He can tell you what his name means.
And that’s for next time.
NEXT WEEK “Caslaikove”
This week’s blog has been brought to you by the Russian Lada. This fine automobile has graced the landscape of the industrial Soviet Union for decades. Oversea orders are now skyrocketing. Below is a picture of Russian Ladas on an export barge to some port, somewhere.
I’ve been telling everyone where to buy the book, The Chosen One. We covered Amazon and Barnes & Noble. It’s available elsewhere like Apple … http://www.apple.com/itunes/. So go and buy my book, The Chosen One, and read it on your iPad so you can find out about what everyone is talking about. Just the ebook is available there. Amazon and Barnes & Noble have both paperback and ebook.