Princess Lilymay - Personalized Lamp
|11.8" × 11.8" × 11.8"||7.9" × 7.9" × 7.9"|
|Power cord length, in||70.87||70.87|
Create the most unique statement piece in the room with this rare and beautiful cube lamp. Stack them up, lay them out or decorate with them for a truly personalized light show. Perfect for indoor placement at home, shops, or a lightbox show. Available in 2 sizes, these cube lamps with cool designs are exactly what you’ve been looking for.
.: Relaxing ambient lighting
.: Lightweight material
.: Includes plug for US (A-type) or Europe (C type)
.: Does not include a light bulb; please use either LED or CFL bulb (10W for 11.8" x 11.8" x 11.8" and 6W for 7.9" x 7.9" x 7.9" is recommended)
The Deity Jewels, Part One: The Prophecy
Chapter 2: Followed and Imprisoned
Excerpt from page 43.
“Having trouble, brother?” called a familiar voice. Torrick’s eyes grew wide. He then grasped the handle of his sword, ready to fight. The young lady’s voice was smooth and elegant. The source was coming from behind him, standing beside the dumbwaiter, leaning against the wall. He heard feet shuffle, and he could tell the figure was moving to stand right behind him, right beside the bed.
“Well, that is no way to treat your sister after being gone so long. I missed you brother. The whole time you were gone, I begged father to bring you back. But he wouldn’t allow it until you returned, and had proven yourself. Well, I bet you already know what I’m talking about, my clever brother. But I’m just going to remind you anyway. Do you remember your King’s orders?
“To prove yourself worthy, you were commanded to capture the grand prize, the next Enchantress. Your people will think better of you now. I suggest you be grateful to our father. He didn’t have to cover up your embarrassing escape and murdering our mother. But of course, they’ll still think it was you who had murdered your blood.” She coolly explained with a demonic smug grin.
Torrick glared at his younger sister, “Stop playing. You know that was all Torin. He was serving Demise, and I think you plotted with him. Didn’t you?”
“Oh, brother,” Lilymay sighed. “Welcome home.”
Copyright 2017 by Mel E. Furnish
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Reading sample: vocal.media/futurism/the-end-of-before
THE CHRONICLES OF ENCHANTMENTS
The Legend of Evaleana:
Book One: The Deity Jewels:
- Part One: The Prophecy