Neverwhen

Neverwhen: Fae Tales of Albion

Neverwhen is a series of volumes by R F Grenvile, depicting his alternate history of another Earth through the folk stories told by it’s people.

The first volume, Neverwas shows the agrarian roots of a people climbing out of the darkness of the middle ages, and gradually building a modern enlightenment, in a world filled with very real Els, Gonomes, Fae and Men.

The second volume, Neveris, follows these people, so like ourselves, through the development of industrial powers and the endarkenment of a post modern world. (soon to be released)

The third volume shines a beacon of hope as the post modern technocracy give way to a world that embraces all mature technologies and returns to a semi agrarian life, fortified with the lessons of the past.


 

Neverwas - Smashwords Edition

Neverwas: Forgotten Tales of Albion

Neverwas: Forgotten Tales of Albion

Neverwas is an collection of the best-loved fairy tales, by R F Grenvile. This first print edition is filled with original stories drawn from the folklore of the imaginary world of Teira. Inside you will find such favorites as The Path of Dead Sparrows, The Shadowless Wife, and the Bullfinch and the General – written in the tradition of the Brothers Grimm, Hans Christian Andersen, and Andrew Lang. R F Grenvile’s new vision of familiar elements such as wizards, fairies, orks and gnomes preserves the traditions in a way that is quite appealing to young readers and those not so young as well.

Comes in both eBook and paperback format.

On sale Now at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, diesel, Sony Reader Store , iTunes/iBooks, Indigo, Kobo, and Smashwords.com

Print Format also available at Indie Bound, diesel and Powell’s Books.

Neverwas: Forgotten Tales of Albion


Neveris: Untold Tales of Albion

Neveris: Untold Tales of Albion

Neveris: Untold Tales of Albion

Neveris is a second volume in the collection of the best-loved fairy tales, by R F Grenvile. These original stories, drawn from the folklore of the imaginary world of Teira, are drawn from that world’s Modern Industrial Age. Inside you will find such favorites as Argentina and the Forest Gnomes, Simon the Jeweler, and Young Lenn Conquers the Moon – written in the tradition of the Brothers Grimm, Hans Christian Andersen, and Andrew Lang. R F Grenvile’s new vision of familiar elements such as Djinn, fairies, and gnomes preserves the traditions in a way that is quite appealing to young readers and those not so young as well.

Comes in both eBook and paperback format.

Coming soon to all major eBook platforms and in print from Amazon, Ingram and Baker & Taylor


 

Never****: ******* Tales of Albion

This volume has yet to pierce the veil between worlds or is at best crossing those dry places in the void. Be we hope to have an inkling of it by 2015.

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