William L.K. lives in the suburbs of New York with his wife and two children. He began writing creatively as a teenager and has written and produced several successful plays and musicals in the NY area. William earned his B.A. and M.S. from Dowling College. He is currently a professional musician on the weekends and a science fiction/fantasy author during the week.
The Eye of the Storm opens the Stritonoly Chronicles series in glorious style on sci-fi-cafe.com.
Dmitri, son of the Czar of Stritonoly, driven insane by the forbidden poison of the slave-race Acidel sets in motion a catastrophic chain of events. A terrifying and eternal force stalks the forest nearby as a storm of epic proportions gathers over the Citadel.
SPECIAL EDITION: Includes two bonus short stories
A man finds himself floating offshore looking back at a destroyed city. He has no memory of what happened, what his name is, who he is. The few survivors he meets also share the same memory loss. Confused, they travel the one undamaged road towards the truth, guided only by The Voice.
"A fascinating read - William L.K's writing keeps you guessing right up until the last page. The Voice is a critical success for this fresh new writer, the reviews speak for themselves. Expect good things from him, seek him out and read."
Includes two deliciously dark bonus short stories by William L.K:
Shotgun and Stromboli High
The story continues six years in the wake of the night of treachery and the greatest storm the planet of Stritonoly has ever witnessed.
Princess Becki has grown in these years. She learns that her powers over the men that hold her captive may bring her what she has been waiting for, perhaps for longer than she herself realises.
As the story unfolds, the characters discover truths about themselves, some terrifying, others prophetic.
"Once more, we see the master at work. William L.K turns out a well crafted tale that's simply fascinating and charming. The Stritonoly Chronicles is both fantastic and utterly believable, making this, the second in the series, the launchpad for some serious action to come in the next book."