Terry L Probert tells yarns, he always has. Unable to find a unique piece of writing to suit a story telling project for deaf children, he tapped out 'Wurrigi the warrior without ears', a spark that ignited the fiction writer's flame and, fanned by encouragement from those who read it, his passion to write a longer work grew.
'In his right hand, he held the pointing bone. Having caught her attention, his eyes dropped to look at the bone and she watched as Kundela turned to sand and ran through his fingers, to form an eerie cloud in the shape of a death mask. Then the dust was gone and he raised his hand...'