The Unwritten Runes Series
The Goddess of Nothing At All
Perhaps you know the myths.
Furious, benevolent gods.
A tree that binds nine realms.
A hammer stronger than any weapon.
And someday, the end of everything.
But few have heard of me.
Looking back, it’s easy to know what choices I might have made differently. At least it feels that way. I might have given up on my title. Told my father he was useless, king of Gods or no, and left Asgard. Made a life somewhere else.
Maybe I would never have let Loki cross my path.
Never have fallen in love.
But there’s no going back.
We were happy once.
And the price for that happiness was the end of everything.
This unique adult dark fantasy take on Norse Mythology follows Sigyn through the myths we know and love, challenging the ideas of right and wrong, fate and choice, love and loyalty. Featuring imperfect characters, an LGBTQA+ cast, and a rollercoaster of emotion, The Goddess of Nothing At All asks “What if we’ve been on the wrong side all along?”
Epilogues for Lost Gods
We survived Ragnarok and tried to usher in a new era.
Now the realms consist of two minuscule factions encamped in the remnants of Asgard and Vanaheim. But the gods are greedy. Anyone not under Asgard's control must fall.
When they come, they're going to win.
The realms are empty.
There's no one left to help us.
No one except the dead in Helheim.
When I died, I took everyone with me.
I've waited for Sigyn every day, but she never comes. Never dies.
Everyone down here knows what I did. Who I am.
And I must live-exist-with the weight of that guilt, those scars.
She's going to come back someday, and I'm going to be alright.
I'd do anything for her. I'd do anything to be with her.
If only she'd ask.
Epilogues for Lost Gods is a story about grief and healing, and is the final chapter of The Goddess of Nothing At All
Threads of Fate
This collection of short stories is for readers of Cat Rector’s The Goddess of Nothing At All and Epilogues for Lost Gods. Each story delves a little deeper into the lives of Sigyn, Loki, and the people closest to them.
In Winter Comes for All Hearts, Idunn retreats into her own mind to keep from living the horrors of being held prisoner in Thjazi’s keep. In Oh Goddess, Loki realizes he can’t lie about his affections for Sigyn much longer. In Sacrifices, Sigyn and Alruna find themselves enamoured with one another, but as per usual, Odin has other plans.
With nine distinct stories, this book explores the heights and depths of pain, love, desire, and family.
A full list of trigger warnings can be found on the website CatRector.com, as well as inside the book before each story.