About the Author

New York Times Best Selling Author Kel Kade is a full-time writer and parent living in Texas with three crazy dogs and three lazy cats. Kel worked as an environmental consultant before entering a doctoral program with research in big data studies of volcanic rock geochemistry and marine research in the Izu-Bonin-Mariana and Central America volcanic arcs. Kel’s hobbies include creating universes spanning space and time, developing criminal empires, plotting the downfall of tyrannous rulers, and diving into fantastical mysteries.

Growing up, Kel lived a military lifestyle of traveling and living in new places. Experiences with distinctive cultures and geography instilled in Kel a sense of wanderlust and opened a young mind to the knowledge that the Earth is expansive and wild. A deep interest in science, ancient history, cultural anthropology, art, music, languages, and spirituality is evidenced by the diversity and richness of the places and cultures depicted in Kelโ€™s writing.

  • Till death do us part
    Posted at 21:36h, 19 April Reply

    I’m guessing when Rez died his should did not join with that of the living yet. Maybe next time he dies.

  • Sean Hartung
    Posted at 21:33h, 19 April Reply

    I am interested if Rez is going to be a “Rhai warrior” or is already a “Rhai” warrior. He is slow by eihelvanan standards.

  • Till death do us part
    Posted at 19:06h, 18 April Reply

    Maybe after she called herself his wife and not matria, and outside of her country, the spell changed.

  • Shawn Hatt
    Posted at 06:04h, 18 April Reply

    Does Wesson now have a facial mark showing his connection to his matria? I do not recall that happening when he accepted her.

  • Old man
    Posted at 23:40h, 07 April Reply

    The old river boat man again work to a blade in his throat, while dozing in his chair.
    “i heard some complaints from your most recent passengers last week. The beer was stale, fix it.”
    “y-y-yes me… Ah you’re gone…”
    Ever day slip or theifs came by to check up on him, going to his ledger or posing as potential passengers for a trip. The worst is when the kids turn out to be assassins. He has to keep his promises.

  • What did Rezkin see in the rear of the hall?
    Posted at 01:42h, 02 April Reply

    “Both of them turned to view the audience, and Minder Finwy and an older priest stepped up to the dais. Rezkin did not glance at the priests as his predatory gaze roved the crowd and caught on something at the rear of the hall beyond Wessonโ€™s view. Whatever he was seeing held his attention for a minute before he moved on to scan the rest of the far room.” (page 268, kdt kingdoms & Kaos.)

    What did Rezkin see in the rear of the hall?

    • Kel Kade
      Posted at 12:15h, 05 April Reply

      The Adana’Ro

      • Burn evolved
        Posted at 20:27h, 06 April Reply

        Oh! Thank you. Should I have gotten that if I was paying more attention or inferred it?

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