The kind Joseph James of Will Not Fade reviewed "Sky Threader's Journey" recently. The songs on the project reminded him of video game music - I guess that's not a bad thing as I'd love to compose for games one day.
It's interesting how soundtrack music actually makes a listener like him curious. In his review, Joseph writes, "What message are you sharing? Is there a cohesive theme that sets these tracks apart from the many others you’ve written?".
I'm not sure if he would ever read this entry, but to answer him indirectly, the short answer is: yes - there is a cohesive theme and perhaps arguably, an underlying message in the entire project/release as well as within each individual track. I can't speak for others, but I can say with certainty that the songs in Sky Threader's Journey are based off themes related to dreams and the notion of hope.
This is the path I would love to continue head down on. Writing cinematic music is powerful - so powerful that the music alone speaks for itself without the use of words.