Following writtenwyrdd's comment below, I went and dug up my old post with an excerpt from the Kalabinabeso. Here is the full title:
"Journey to the North:
How the Pinandam were Discovered and Returned to Seauni by the Most Holy Kibin in the Year 725.
Based upon the Kalabinabeso of Sonodanne as well as the Holy Tradition of Seauni.
Translated into Anspik by Joseph Hayd."
Apparently, it's Journey to the North, not Journey to the East. I will copy the link to the opening below. As I re-read it about 11 years later, I still think I had some good ideas about the world, but the writing is quite poor. The good news is that my writing has advanced enough that I know some reasons why it's poor**.
If you click on the link, you will see that it's written from the POV of my nameless protagonist, the "barbarian warrior woman". I still like the idea of her character. Another main character is named Xara [ksara]. She's also a fighter of sorts and in fact is made from the foam of rolling rapids. Her hair is silver in color, which is her identifying mark, and she's essentially immortal. Since she's been around for several hundred years, there are several cults based around usually bizarre misinterpretations of her life. The cults run from very violent to peace-loving. Anyway, here's the link. Remember, it's bad writing, but I'm sharing anyway.
**Inability to keep a consistent voice, tense problems, not starting at the right point, paragraphs that wander from idea to idea, not having enough world sensory detail to truly capture the reader.