The sword, Clach Na Adhar, crafted from a sky stone, is at the root of the evil experienced by everyone who gazes upon it and lusts to possess its powerful magic. Fires Of Belenus written by William H. Russeth is a saga written about early Celtic times of Druidry rituals, and warring chieftains who would willfully break their own Code of Ethics to possess this magical sword.
The author’s fascination with the ancient world and mythology started as far back as he can remember. In his youth he feasted on the stories of Jason, Achilles, Odysseus, Beowulf, Sigurd, Arthur, and Chulainn, to mention but a few. As he grew up, his interest spread to the real stories like; Xenophone, Leonidas, Alexander, and Hannibal, which he often found more extraordinary than mythology. If it was an ancient tale, he loved it.
After earning Liberal Arts degrees in journalism and Fine Arts, he embarked on a thirty year career in marketing management for a Fortune 500 company. Now he spends his time bringing the mythology and fantasies of his youth to life.