The Genesis of the Adamadas Chronicles
LynMiller believes that fiction should do more than tell a story. Fiction should reveal, not simply relate. Stories do not need to focus on destruction, horror, brutality and corruption for excitement or entertainment; creation, employing one’s imagination with vision and the exploration of potential gives our lives more intensity and a greater power of purpose. Life is made richer. This is what makes fantasy and sci-fi fiction so appealing to so many.
Blue was first written in 1993. It began as a story for children, then developed, as stories do, into a run along a different path. Asha took the story to places not originally considered — as stories do. Over the years, while life interrupted but also inspired the story flow, Blue was rewritten. Characters appeared in the book much as they do in normal life, coming and going, some staying, others passing by, all contributing to Asha’s story of overcoming fear to reach her destiny.
Some characters grew in appeal. One of these was Kanan, impetuous, passionate, a youth trying to find his life-purpose. So Kanan grew into his own story — North of Himal — and the creation of other cultures in other lands, of other people and their interactions with each other…