Z is for Zale

1:00 AM



Have you enjoyed this month? I know that I have. I don't think there is any more fitting way to end this series off, then by ending it with a bit about a the narrator of the Tales of Taelis series as his story will (if God allows me to complete the series) be the final installment a few years in the future.


Here are some things you might like to know about Zale:
~ He was raised by priests
~ His father went insane
~ His mother saved his life by hiding him
~ He is a trained warrior
~ He is much younger than most people realize
~ He is wise for his age, as he has been through much
~ He has an older brother
~ He does not wish to share his tale, because it is a sad one, but he will
~ While his pen is always busy, his mouth does not open often.




Now, to end everything off, you have a chance to win a signed copy of Brothers and Betrayal.



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10 comments

  1. I like the picture you picked for Zale!

    Zale, do you have a girlfriend?

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    1. Maiden Deborah,

      It is indeed an honor to be here today. I have many women whom I am honored to call friends, but I suspect you are talking of a more personal relationship. I do indeed have a young lady who is in possession of my heart. Her story is amazing, and one I plan to tell some day, for it is one of virtue, godly character, and integrity.

      Zale Kahlon
      Prince of Taelis

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  2. Hmmm... I haven't read the series but here is my question: What year/years does your story take place in?

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    1. Maiden Eliza,
      For things that happened so long ago, it is sometime very difficult to affix a date to it. But think of a time when royals lived in castles, Vikings ruled the seas, honorable knights defended honorable maidens, and the woods were supposed to be full of thieves and you have a good idea of when may tales take place.

      Zale Kahlon
      Prince of Taelis

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  3. I enjoyed learning more about Zale. He's a rather enigmatic element of the Taelis books. :)

    Also, this month has been wonderful reading your posts!

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  4. I very much enjoyed this month! Thanks for going to all the work of it!
    I must say, I was surprised by Zale's picture - he IS a lot younger than I thought from reading! =)

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  5. He does look extremely young compared to how he writes - he looks like a young teenager in that picture!

    Zale, have you always liked writing? What's the first thing you wrote and how old were you?

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    1. Maiden Erika,

      I have enjoyed telling stories since I was very young but did not expect to write them down. My brother, during tragic events which I cannot bring myself to explain now, sent me from Taelis with the charge to write down the stories that were the heritage of our great country.
      I was in my twenties when I started my endeavor, yet felt very old in the ways of the world. I only hope that I am able to complete the task of writing down the most important tales of my homeland.

      Zale Kahlon
      Prince of Taelis

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  6. Awesome job on all the posts in April! I enjoyed them. :) Zale seems extremely interesting! A question... Um. Zale, which of the tales you are writing do think is your favorite? Or is it too difficult to chose? :)

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    1. Maiden Deborah,
      During my childhood, my next tale was my favorite, as it is about a group of children who saved our nation.
      As I grew older, my favorite became the tale of a daring princess who was shipwrecked in Britain on her was to France.
      Now, I think my favorite tale would be that of my brother. Though it is a sad tale, it is full of lessons that must be headed by the young. I only hope that I am able to pen all these noble tales.

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