The phantom was not an intruder who had vanquished Nash and his bandits! The figure was not a mysterious man, disguised in a gown with a cowl but an unusual, beautiful and powerful girl. She had personified all that was gracious, wonderful and compassionate about womanhood.

Yet, she was an enigmatic and terrifying figure who practiced violent justice.

“Those who ascend mountains seeking pleasure must know, that peaks can be treacherous,” said Jasmin quietly. “These lecherous men heinously soared to dizzying heights. They have fallen to perilous depths.”

Flames flickered in her eyes as the blood of wicked men dripped from her incredible sword!


I am an internationally well travelled person with particular interests in science, history and Indigenous cultures. Current political, social and environmental issues, national and international, are among my personal leanings. As well, I am a classical and jazz musician and my paintings have received acclaim in some circles.

3 thoughts on “About

  1. alanplace January 25, 2013 at 7:14 pm Reply

    Your characters really sound mysteriously intriguing and full of life.

    • Cyril Peters January 28, 2013 at 7:04 pm Reply

      I’ll be writing a little bit more about my characters in this weeks blog post- make sure to check back to learn more about them!

  2. Anna January 25, 2013 at 7:21 pm Reply


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