We'll learn about Tagai Tarutin's first completed novel “Hellalyle and Hildebrand”. There are two others of a completely different genre, that lie unfinished, awaiting inspiration.
Tagai has worked most of his life in sales but has always had an interest in Arts and Humanities. Things that are beautiful and appealing play an essential part in his imagination.
Besides travelling in Western Europe, he has journeyed to the far South Atlantic, and European Russia, anxious to see parts of the world that are for many, mystical destinations on a historical map.
He takes his inspiration from imagination and art books, even particular pieces of classical music can conjure ideas. The narratives in some of the great works of art are breathtaking, as many of the famous paintings that adorn the galleries of the world were inspired by stories from the Bible and the Classical World.
Tagai was cajoled into completing this story, as he had started others, but lost interest, with projects never finished. The motive for starting a writing project is never monitory or self-aggrandizement. If people like what he has written, then that is a bonus.
Hellalyle and Hildebrand: The story of a young noblewoman and her dedicated knight/lover set in the 13th Century – Published July 2, 2019