Welcome to the World of Diveria

Everything you see here is about the Archaic Deception Series, which focuses on a territory known as Diveria. We, the characters of Diveria, have control over this website, so everything you see here has been written by one of us. Joe Dayvie, the author of our world, wanted us to have our own place to share with everyone. Although he plans to release numerous novels on our stories, our world goes well beyond just a few hundred pages. There are so many characters, many regions and complex storylines. To avoid an overwhelming you, he decided to tell our major storylines in the novels and we’ll use this space to discuss everything else.

This website is an expansion of the novels.

The Guardian of Emblems is the first novel in our series. Joe Dayvie is working on completing it so it can be released for your reading pleasure. The stories that takes place in these novels will not be discussed here so no spoiler alerts needed.

Short stories are also written here to share the lives of some characters you will eventually meet. We may discuss our personal lives or a certain history within our region. These stories, or folklore, are more a historic timestamp in our lives or our world.

Our blog is a great place to get to know us all personally. We discuss our everyday lives in our world, what is going on right now, issues we face, emotions, etc. Since there are so many characters, it may be a little overwhelming. Use the organizer on the right to pick and choose the characters you wish to learn about.

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Our emails are seldomly sent, so no need to worry about receiving too many. We enjoy working on content rather than of pestering you with annoying notifications. That just seems like a waste of time, but Joe insists we do so at least a few times a year.