Category Archives: fantasy
The first few chapters of A Storm in Tormay are found in the first book of the Tormay Trilogy: The Hawk and His Boy. If you wish to read them, you can download that entire book here: The Hawk And His … Continue reading
The Silver Girl, the first installment in my Tales of Tormay series, is now live on Amazon. It’s a longish short story, clocking in at a little over 10,000 words, and features one of the main characters from the Tormay … Continue reading
The plethora of shape shifters in modern storytelling is like a wave. A wave of furry bodies, replete with fangs and black snouts and cool names like Trent or Chase or even Chaze. They know how to dress and they … Continue reading
…on Goodreads, of course. Click on over and enter to win one of five paperback copies of The Fury Clock. If you don’t win, come on by my site and leave me a message. I won’t send you a paperback, … Continue reading
My newest book, The Fury Clock, just went live! If you enjoy humorous fantasy (or if you enjoy humor OR fantasy), please get yourself a copy at Amazon or Barnes & Noble (hasn’t gone live there yet…come on, B&N; speed … Continue reading
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I trust that North Korea will delay launching their tactical nukes at California. War might disrupt my writing schedule. The first of the four new Tormay stories is done. About 10,000 words. 6,920 words into the second story, though I … Continue reading