The peaceful world of Etérna has been invaded by a warrior race from another parallel after the Flute that brought harmony for six thousand years, is lost. When Zandor wakes up to the realization that he has no memories of the past, he starts searching for his lost identity and for a way to relearn the forgotten art of war in order to drive the race of the Kalodan away. At the same time, in Greece of 1967, Katerina, a university student, inherits from her grandfather a strange flute. Unaware of its origin and attributes, she embroils herself in an extramundane tragedy and in a love she can never redeem.




In the eastern Kingdom of Honora, the enemy attacks Makemba, daughter of king Elkan, aiming at the extinction of all heirs to the kingdoms of Etérna. Elkan tries to persuade his daughter to escape to the north. After a second attack, Makemba takes her nine month old daughter and leave with a company of eight people. Their goal is to learn to fight and as they travel more people join them. At the same time, Zandor escapes his destroyed kingdom of Alkyonis with his enemies pursuing him, and heads for Lythia in the far north. Along the way he tries to pass on the vision of training themselves to the art of war in order to deliver their land,




Suffering, whether in the world around us or personal, can very often lead to the death of dreams and hopelessness. We feel fragile like something drifting in the storm and life becomes a prison from where there seems to be no way out. New hope comes when we set our eyes on a higher vision and turn our attention to the One Who holds the world’s foundation.  Even though we might still identify with the loveless and the lonely, our new hope gives us the strength to embrace what we have and go on.

This is an eighty-page book containing poems and short stories written in English. You can order it from Amazon in printed form.   



A novel of two parallel narratives Purple Wounds recounts the stories of a recently widowed author and his character, a retired missionary lady, who narrates her own story of abuse in the mission field when still a young woman. The book follows the healing process, both of the author and his character.

When widowed author Ray Gallagher decides to leave behind the juvenile fiction he’s been writing in order to write the stories of the older generation, he comes across the story of a retired missionary lady, her abuse as a young woman in the mission field and the love she left behind.

The novel follows the changes in the author’s life, along with that of his heroine, Jane Norwood, as she’s reminiscing the past and the way it has affected her personal identity.





Faith, resilience and hope are necessary ingredients to move through life's adversities. Hardship, tragedy, misfortune, make us vulnerable to sadness and depression and build in us a sense of being foreign to the world, exiled in our home and land, fragile.... Still... we come to recognize the shadows of life and through all the parched places He that names the stars has been walking beside us all along...He is the on true friend who understand the composition of psyche...