Excerpt from Everwinter by Elizabeth Baxter

Welcome back to Elizabeth Baxter’s Bite Sized Blog Tour…
An excerpt from “Everwinter” by Elizabeth Baxter…
Tomas’s eyes popped open.
“I come to warn you!” he cried. “The Old Gods are coming! They have captured the north! They are coming here, to Ral Tora, because you hold what they most desire. You must not let them find it!”
Samarin laid a hand on Tomas’s arm but he shrugged it off. “You have not seen what I have seen! Vias dorea! Vias dorea vo carthamon!”
He collapsed into a ball on the floor, arms wrapped around his head. Samarin waved at the guards who gently lifted Tomas to his feet and led him away.
When he’d gone Great Father Samarin said, “Anyone know what he was saying?”
“It was an ancient Varisean dialect,” Falen replied in a shaky voice. She turned her engineer’s badge over and over in her hand. “Translated he said, ‘Save me. Save me from the demons in the ice.’”
Her words shocked everyone into silence.
Find out if Tomas’s words are true by purchasing the novel from Amazon If you would like to find out more about Elizabeth Baxter and her writing, please visit Small Blonde Hippy Next week I will be reviewing “Everwinter”.
© Freya Pickard 2013
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3 Comments on “Excerpt from Everwinter by Elizabeth Baxter”


  1. Thanks for hosting the excerpt, Freya.

  2. Libby Says:

    Can’t wait to read more from this talented writer.


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