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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Guest Post: Rune: A Tale of Wizards and Kings by CC Rogers


Author and Illustrator: CC Rogers
Genere: Graphic Novel, Comic Book
Pages: 158
Audience: Young Adult

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Synopsis: 
500 years after their banishment, the legendary evil known as the Jinn have returned to the kingdom of Valheigh. A vengeful wizard unleashes the most horrific curse of Jinn legend such that Prince Rune must either kill woman he loves or die at her hands. 

Meet Rune:

Prince Rune does not want to be king. Unlike those who would murder him for the throne, he values the well-being of his subjects above his own and knows that ruling is a difficult task. What he really wants is love and a family, especially since he has lost both of his own parents. 



After a nine year absence, he returns to his homeland on the eve of his 21st birthday and must make choices that affect his kingdom's fate as well as his own. 

Behind the Scenes:
CC Rogers illustrated Rune using CGI technology, including rendered 3D computer models.


Author Bio:
CC Rogers is the wife of a supportive husband, the mother of two wonderful children and the creator of Rune: a Tale of Wizards and Kings. A software engineer who fell in love with making 3D art using DAZ Studio, CC recognized that she could use DAZ to make sequential art. In 2008 she collaborated with Diana Laurence to make a short comic in the Bloodchained universe. She published Rune online as a webcomic starting in 2010 and in 2012 she completed the story and collected it in a graphic novel. 

Purchase Information:

  • The e-book of Rune: A Tale of Wizards and Kings is available for free. Visit RiverFiction.com for more information.
  • Print copies are available for purchase at IndyPlanet

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