Author Randy Corn

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My very first experience with the writing began when I was a young boy. Fright Theater on Friday nights thrilled me with the classic horror films such as The Wolfman. Watching movies inspired me to write stories. I wrote short stories and read them to my classmates in first grade.

I continued my writing endeavor by writing an apocalyptic science fiction thriller, “The End of Time”, which I self-published after seven years of creative thinking.

Now I have embarked on a new journey that will tell the epic trilogy of Ferryman - The Wizard and I hope you will join me as I bring this tale to life.

The Wizard *

For ten thousand years the seven wizards of the Wizard Council of Eonor had governed and protected the Elven folk of Eonor. As their time was passing and no apprentice was born to pass on their knowledge, the council put all their knowledge and magic into the “Book of White Magic”. It was established that only a true wizard could read from the book. A true wizard is one who is born when a comet is visible during a total eclipse and can read from the book.
Gindon, a member of the council could not accept his demise. He sought to increase his power and extend his life. He wrote the “Book Black of Magic” which, advised him to kill the other wizards and take their power as the only solution to becoming immortal. He kills one of the wizards and with a terrible war looming, the Elven folk and the youngest of the Wizard Council left for new land to call home or “Urot”.
Gindon was able to kill another wizard and becomes more powerful. Realizing that the other wizards will gang up on him, he gives the “Book of Black Magic” to his daughter, Gelda, and sends her with others, to the new land.
Massive fires and explosions were seen as the ship sailed off to their new home. Gelda knew her father had been killed and sought revenge against the Elven-folk. The ships landed on the shore of Urot, the sight of their first city, Windor.
Gelda, being a young inexperienced witch, conjured a troll that killed several Elves before being slain. Gelda, being accused of practicing Black Magic, is banished to the Black Mountains, since Elven do not kill Elven. She swore her revenge and cursed them as she left. Gelda learned the ways of Black Magic and conjured more slave creatures to build her fortress castle.
As the Elven folk expanded their realm, they discover humans living in the prairies, forests and mountains. They were primitive but saw that they were intelligent and gentle. They taught the humans woodworking, metallurgy, reading, and writing. After a time, humans built their own cities and villages. They kept good relations with the Elven folk, and it was not uncommon for humans and Elves to marry.
And so, it was with King Marcus Drakorne who married the Elven Princess Errisa and soon their son Ferryman was born when a comet was visible during a total eclipse.
The people of Urot waited patiently for a wizard’s apprentice to be born. Gelda foresaw the birth of Ferryman Drakorne and tried to prevent his birth by sending an army of Trolls to destroy him and the Elven-folk.
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Reaching this goal will allow me to write more so I can publish more fantastic stories about the land of Urot and the adventures of Ferryman the Wizard and the struggle against the Elven witch of the Black Mountains
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My very first experience with the writing began when I was a young boy. Fright Theater on Friday nights thrilled me with the classic horror films such as The Wolfman. Watching movies inspired me to write stories. I wrote short stories and read them to my classmates in first grade.

I continued my writing endeavor by writing an apocalyptic science fiction thriller, “The End of Time”, which I self-published after seven years of creative thinking.

Now I have embarked on a new journey that will tell the epic trilogy of Ferryman - The Wizard and I hope you will join me as I bring this tale to life.

The Wizard *

For ten thousand years the seven wizards of the Wizard Council of Eonor had governed and protected the Elven folk of Eonor. As their time was passing and no apprentice was born to pass on their knowledge, the council put all their knowledge and magic into the “Book of White Magic”. It was established that only a true wizard could read from the book. A true wizard is one who is born when a comet is visible during a total eclipse and can read from the book.
Gindon, a member of the council could not accept his demise. He sought to increase his power and extend his life. He wrote the “Book Black of Magic” which, advised him to kill the other wizards and take their power as the only solution to becoming immortal. He kills one of the wizards and with a terrible war looming, the Elven folk and the youngest of the Wizard Council left for new land to call home or “Urot”.
Gindon was able to kill another wizard and becomes more powerful. Realizing that the other wizards will gang up on him, he gives the “Book of Black Magic” to his daughter, Gelda, and sends her with others, to the new land.
Massive fires and explosions were seen as the ship sailed off to their new home. Gelda knew her father had been killed and sought revenge against the Elven-folk. The ships landed on the shore of Urot, the sight of their first city, Windor.
Gelda, being a young inexperienced witch, conjured a troll that killed several Elves before being slain. Gelda, being accused of practicing Black Magic, is banished to the Black Mountains, since Elven do not kill Elven. She swore her revenge and cursed them as she left. Gelda learned the ways of Black Magic and conjured more slave creatures to build her fortress castle.
As the Elven folk expanded their realm, they discover humans living in the prairies, forests and mountains. They were primitive but saw that they were intelligent and gentle. They taught the humans woodworking, metallurgy, reading, and writing. After a time, humans built their own cities and villages. They kept good relations with the Elven folk, and it was not uncommon for humans and Elves to marry.
And so, it was with King Marcus Drakorne who married the Elven Princess Errisa and soon their son Ferryman was born when a comet was visible during a total eclipse.
The people of Urot waited patiently for a wizard’s apprentice to be born. Gelda foresaw the birth of Ferryman Drakorne and tried to prevent his birth by sending an army of Trolls to destroy him and the Elven-folk.

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