Late one night Nodin, the Air Elemental and Flint, the Fire Elemental made a bet. Whoever could come up with the most songs with their element in the title them would win.
Here are their lists.
“The Air That I breathe” The Hollies
“In The Air Tonight” Phil Collins
“Glitter in the Air” Pink
“No Air” Chris Brown & Jordan Sparks
Unfortunately that was all Nodin could come up with before Flint started spouting off title after title.
“Ring of Fire” Johnny Cash
“Fire” Jimi Hendrix
“Light my fire” The Doors
“We didn’t start the fire” Billy Joel
“Great Balls of Fire” Jerry Lee Lewis
“Fire Woman” The Cult
“The Fire Down Below” Bob Seger
“I’m on Fire” Bruce Springsteen
“Fire and Rain” James Taylor
“Play with Fire” The Rolling Stones
Nodin acceded victory to Flint. Way more songs about fire than air!
What songs can you come up with that have an element in the title?
The Elementals Series
Genre: Paranormal romance
Publisher: Green Moose Productions
Date of Publication: March 15th, 2016
E-Book ISBN: 978-1-942313-09-0
Word Count: 81,219
Cover Artist: Alexandria Corza
A sightless woman.
A man who has seen everything.
A new vision of the future.
For over four centuries the Air Elemental, Nodin Osi, has protected the very air we breathe. Yet when he returns to his ancestral homelands to recruit a beautiful ally, he’s literally set adrift when someone else takes control of his gifts.
Blind since birth, Kamali Kiwidinok can only see the vibrant auras surrounding each human. She blusters into Nodin’s world armed with her special vision only to discover that Nodin is the one person she can actually see.
Quint, an insidious creature composed of dark matter, returns with strong adversaries and stolen magic, holding nothing back in his pursuit of the most powerful witch in history. Unaware the Elementals have developed a spell to banish him from this plane, he relentlessly pursues his goals.
Plunged back into darkness, Kamali must stand against her enemies before helping the Elementals in their fight against Quint. Will Nodin make the ultimate sacrifice for Kamali? Or is the future between a human and a peri-mortal lost in the wind?
With vision there is hope. With hope there is love. – Nodin Osi
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As an Empath, Kamali Kiwidinok could detect through colored auras a person’s physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual being. This gift was the only way she’d ever seen color. With her cousin Waya’s help, she’d had to learn what lay behind each hue. Her blindness had kept her world dark, yet when meeting new people, these vibrant glimpses gave her a clearer perception of their character.
She could actually see him.
Twenty-three years had passed without any true concept of the human form, so when he’d come to the diner and she’d finally seen…she’d had no words.
Kamali doubted people actually walked around with bright auras outlining their bodies, but his did. There he’d stood—a beautiful vision. Afraid to blink, to move, she’d taken in as much of his form as she could. Her entire body shivering with fear and joy—so much joy.
In that moment, everything in the diner had gone silent. Until Maize, her guide dog, growled, and then the air stirred with something.
A negative energy.
Suddenly, Nodin’s aura had changed from bluish-purple to orange before fading from her vision.
Darkness had once more descended before her eyes…and in her heart.
And in that moment, she’d decided she would see him again. She had to know if she would once more receive the gift of sight, even if she only saw him. Even if…
So she’d come to Colorado, because she never backed down from a challenge. And now, standing at this door with a deep brown aura blocking her vision of Nodin, she bit her lip to keep from crying. She’d done enough of that after he’d left, but then she’d received a visitor. One who’d taken her hand and explained where she was needed, if only she were brave enough.
About the Author:
In the spring of 2013, Jillian Jacobs changed her career path and became a romance writer. After reading for years, she figured writing a romance would be quick and easy. Nope! With the guidance of the Indiana Romance Writers of America chapter, she’s learned there are many "rules" to writing a proper romance. Being re-schooled has been an interesting journey, and she hopes the best trails are yet to be traveled.
Water’s Threshold, the first in Jillian’s Elementals series, was a finalist in Chicago-North’s 2014 Fire and Ice contest in the Women’s Fiction category.
Jillian is a: Tea Guzzler, Polish Pottery Hoarder, and lover of all things Moose.
The genres she writes under are: Paranormal and Contemporary with suspenseful elements.