In King of the Storm, I intended to make Palamedes more of a character. There was always something about him that spoke to me, even when he was being thoughtless and cruel… or probably especially when he was being thoughtless and cruel. He’s one of the reasons why I refer to Perseus, lovingly, as “Princess”.
Besides being fascinated with Palamedes’s character, I was curious as to how he helped contribute to the shaping of the world of Gaia. As a novel of The Godhead Epoch, it takes place in that same fictional world–a mash between Ancient Greece and Dungeons & Dragons–and around the same time period, but it is not sequential to that series.