WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF TÍR NA NÓG
Are you new here? Let me introduce myself: my name’s Sarah and I love to write magical stories. I have been dreaming about other realms for as long as I can remember, and I’ve been creating my own stories since I was 15. In my early twenties, I learned a lot about writing as a craft and I penned my first novel. So far, I have published two full length novels and one short story, all set in the same fictional universe that I called “Tír na nÓg”. If your life could use a little faerie dust, take a trip to Tír na nÓg. But beware the will-‘o-the-wisps!
THE CROWN OF TÍR NA NÓG
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“King’s Daughters” is a short story prequel to the Crown of Tír na nÓg series. It tells the story of the Faerie King who is caught in a battle between his two warring daughters, Titania and Ophira. As one strives to bring down her father, the other is plotting revenge against her scheming sister. The king has a fateful decision to make: he cannot save them both.
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