Raidon T. Phoenix is not your average storyteller. He’s a Drow Bard with a myriad of tales, because he couldn’t be the Goblin King. As a young lad, he spent his days pretending to be a normal Human girl, wearing dresses and braiding his hair before bed. When his parents split, he started hunting for reasons. High school brought the realization that maybe he wasn’t Human, or normal, and he took up the study of fantasy and magic – not to be confused with Magyk, of course.
After that, he journeyed to college, still pretending to be a regular Woman, though it really was exhausting. He met some friends, some not friends, and spent the last semester before graduation helping one of those friends do the impossible. Wheel chair? Check. Spina bifida? Check. Disbelieving specialists, and one other crazy friend? Check and check. One year later, the incredible Jenny Ulrich walked across the stage to claim her own Diploma. Once that best day ever ended, Raidon took up a quest across the country.
Now, fully understanding he’s the result of a mad night between a Drow and a Phoenix in disguise, Raidon spends his days working to help others heal through massage therapy (or will as soon as he’s licensed), and the remaining hours that Humans normally sleep writing, eating, and fretting over the madness his bard’s imagination sends the world’s way. If you don’t believe in magic or technology, and especially don’t believe they belong with rock and roll, please don’t read his books. Thanks!