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Helen’s Daimones – the gateway novella for Dyscrasia Fiction has just been released (Kindle in Sept. 2017, Paperback Due by Nov.).
Helen and Sharon are orphans haunted by supernatural diseases, insects, and storms. They are your tour guides in this entry-way novella into Dyscrasia Fiction which explores the choices humans and their gods make as a disease corrupts their souls, shared blood and creative energies. In Helen’s Daimones, guardian angels are among the demons chasing the girls. When all appear grotesquely inhuman, which ones should they trust to save them?
Cover Art by Daniel Landerman
Praise for Dyscrasia Fiction
Black Gate Magazine raves: “Lindberg is the real deal, a gifted writer with a strong command of language,” Joe Bonadonna
Beauty in Ruins: “[Spawn of Dyscrasia is] as much a horror novel as it is a fantasy novel, but it’s in that clash of genres that Lindberg distinguishes himself. [Spawn of Dyscrasia is] a gorgeous, textured, intricately layered story.” — Reviewer Bob Milne
Dyscrasia Fiction story chronology (publication year):
- Lords of Dyscrasia(2011)
- Helen’s Daimones (2017) <<<<< New to the Underworld? Start here!
- Spawn of Dyscrasia(2014)
- Helen’s Storm (working title)
Dyscrasia Fiction™ explores the choices humans and their gods make as a disease corrupts their souls, shared blood, and creative energies. In ‘Lords of Dyscrasia’, the first installment, Lords Lysis and Echo stabilized dyscrasia that mutated and killed the masses. Roaming dangers persist two decades since that Ill Age. The ruined Chromlechon colony has evolved into a Keep hosting orphans who supply the Lords with sorcerous energy.
‘Spawn of Dyscrasia’ follows Helen’s abrupt promotion from neophyte curer to Lord Echo’s personal healer, replacing one who died mysteriously. She struggles to keep Echo alive as contagious phantoms corrupt his soul. While Lysis fights a sudden invasion from a grotesque army, Helen’s humanity is tested to its limits: she contacts the original source of dyscrasia, and emerges transformed…
S.E. Lindberg resides near Cincinnati, Ohio working as a microscopist, employing his skills as a scientist and artist to understand the manufacturing of products analogous to medieval paints. Two decades of practicing chemistry, combined with a passion for the Sword and Sorcery genre, spurred him to write graphic adventure fictionalizing the alchemical humors: Dyscrasia Fiction. Also, S.E. Lindberg co-moderates a Goodreads group focused on Sword & Sorcery and invites you to participate (link).