It’s taken quite a bit more time than I expected, but the first novel of the World of Enelis series, Chains of Vengeance has been released!
It is available on three online platforms:
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=EvnCDwAAQBAJ
As a bonus, here’s a map of the region where the novel takes place:
The map depicts the eastern region of Enaarvis, the Kingdom of Three Crowns, and the home of the elves in Enelis. The Eastern Reaches of Enaarvis is a somewhat forgotten land of the elves. The growing cities of Eshlien, a place of half-elves and humans, is encroaching on the eastern border of the Elven lands. However, the decadent rulers of Enaarvis are more interesting in their protectionist trade policies that allow the rich and powerful to sell goods abroad, but to import few goods into the Elven cities. This places an unfair burden on the lower-class elves who are forced to pay whatever prices the rich merchants decide. During the time of the novels, wealth inequality and isolationism are the greatest threats to the Elven kingdom. The second novel in the Demon-Wars Trilogy will touch more on these issues facing Enaarvis.
On the far eastern fringe of Enaarvis, are numerous mostly-isolated Thunmar villages. These villages are on the edge of Eshlien to the south, and Kalavar to the north. The ancient Shadmar stronghold of Valraen borders these lands as well. The cities of Enaarvis are clustered around the Lake of Stars. The basin of the Lake of Stars is protected by powerful magic that allows the region to enjoy a climate that remains relatively static and pleasant compared to the area outside the rings of hills.
The next two novels in the Trilogy will delve more into the world of the Elves of Enaarvis.