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Author & Podcaster Siobhan Clark signs with Vraeyda Literary for Norse The Saga of Adis Rauofeldr

(MENAFN- Market Press Release) January 13, 2022 9:29 pm - Author of The Children of Midgard & Host of Myth Legend & Lore Podcast Siobhan Clark signs with Vraeyda Literary to publish Norse & Sami fantasy The Saga of Adis Rauofeldr in Midsummer 2022.

Author of The Children of Midgard, and podcast host Siobhán Clark digs into the deep roots of mythology, legends & folklore of Norse & Sámi peoples for The Saga of Ádís Rauðfeldr. A gripping legend dark but cathartically hopeful, The Saga of Ádís Rauðfeldr grew its' roots into Vræyda Literary the moment CEO Lis Goryniuk-Ratajczak saw the manuscript pass her desk.“A love letter to my childhood listening to my Scandinavian Grandfather wield stories like swords against the wide-eyes of a fretful kid, Siobhán's work filled me with an immediate and grounded excitement. I needed to engage with this story, and know anyone into myth, legends and women rising into our own will love The Saga of Ádís Rauðfeldr.” Clark's novel is slated to dawn Midsummer 2022 in paperback, hardcover, ebook & audiobook.

About The Saga of Ádís Rauðfeldr
This is a saga deeply rooted in the mythology, legends, and folklore of the Norse and the Sámi at the advent of the Viking era. It is the story of women, mortal, enchanted and cursed, who survive and free those who have been doomed. This tale though dark at times concerns the enduring nature of those who survive, and whose voice can still be heard today. The story takes a deep dive into the darker aspects of folklore, legends, mythological beings/creatures, and the supernatural.
Those who enjoy historical fiction, mythology, Norse & Icelandic sagas, the Viking Age, and elements of fantasy and the supernatural, would enjoy this book. As would those who have an interest in ancient Sámi mythology, and how they might have interacted with neighbouring groups.

About Siobhán Clark
Siobhan is the author of The Children of Midgard, and the host of The Myth Legend & Lore Podcast.
Following her first book, she decided to start a podcast looking at the beliefs and oral traditions of a variety of societies. There has been an overwhelming interest in Norse, Sámi, Celtic, and Irish mythologies, where she dedicates most of her research these days. She also interviews authors, scholars, and musicians whose work is influenced by this area of interest. Currently she narrating an audiobook in Old Norse, and has written a saga for an anthology due for release this summer.

About Vraeyda Literary
Vræyda Literary focuses on the fantastic, within the lens of Speculative Fiction. Stories combating apathy with beauty, escapist wonder and a few good brawls. A Vræyda Literary work brings emotionally available characters and a sense of hope through the most visceral of circumstances. The current portfolio includes sci-fi poetry collection Warning Light Calling by Danish poet Peter Graarup Westergaard, polish genre-bending cyber thriller Vostok by Łukasz Drobnik where a group of club-goers end up thrust into the intrigue of war scythe murders & cyber espionage, Neon Lieben by Sapha Burnell, a kick-ass cyberpunk adventure diving into genetically modified super soldiers and the android queen, Aegis by R.L. Arenz III, where Kyle Ross discovers how many times a hero can get back up for the right cause. The Judge of Mystics Series, where mystic 'Judge' Caleb Mauthisen struggles to keep peace between mystical traditions, while his grandfather Thor tries to bring him home for unwanted family dinners & the Lieben Cycle starting with NEON Lieben by Sapha Burnell. And the powerful best-selling memoir Can You Hear the Angels Sing? by Rev. Prof. Seth Ayettey, a Ghanaian dignitary and professor, who continues to call for forgiveness and peace to prevail in a complex world. Future titles to be published by Vræyda Literary include My Heart is The Tempest by Sacha Rosel, The Drake Equation by Brad Hoge, Sky Tracer by Hayden Moore, The Oracle Seller by Val Votrin, Dustria by Madhurika Sankar and The Bottom Line by Söphie Edwards.

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