Daily Prompt: Mid-Season Replacement

Personally, I am grateful for the cooling weather. I live in one of the hottest states in the US, and I am appalled that it took until October to cool off. I grew up here, and it used to start cooling off in August. You cant tell me that weather patterns aren’t changing.
On Lorata, certain events are tied to the seasons. Loracaz II was birn in mid-winter, and book one comes to an end at the beginning of spring with some major events. Zarrek thinks deeply about his emotions one winter, and his views start to change. He meets Starshine towards the end of autumn. I write in a lot about the seasons as the stories progress, really. I cant seem to leave them out of it. It matters to me whether Loracaz III is trudging through snow or gliding through the summer air.
I’m just glad that it’s cooling off for me, because it’s hard to write while I’m pouring sweat.

About Legends of Lorata

Eleanor Willow is the author of the high fantasy series Legends of Lorata, which takes place on a medieval-style world filled with elves, dragons and faeries. There is also a fourth race, one that is rare and magical: the angelic Starr. Lorata is a planet where four gods are known: good, evil, elemental and celestial-- and there are plenty of legends about them all! One of the most important ones is the prophecy of Jenh's champion, Loracaz, who is promised to return to the land whenever evil threatens to take hold. There are currently four books planned. The first one is completed and currently being edited. Any news I have on about publishing will be shared as it comes in!
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