Tag: Adventure

Different, Not Damaged By Andy Peloquin

Different, Not Damaged By Andy Peloquin

I was fortunate enough to receive an ARC (Advance Review Copy) of a work from my Mentor, Andy Peloquin. In his own words, “The book contains six short stories, for a total of 45,000(ish) words. All the stories are set in Voramis, in the city where Blade of the Destroyer takes place. However, you can still enjoy …

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Demons, Devils & Denizens of Hell Anthology

Demons, Devils & Denizens of Hell Anthology

Demons, Devils & Denizens of Hell ӀӀ I have been tagged on Facebook to participate in this Anthology by one of my Facebook Friends, Becky Narron. As I have written a few other shorts for such calls, I figured I’d give this one a try, too. *** Just to update, since it has been too …

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The Barbarian versus The Nomads

The Barbarian versus The Nomads

Here is another excerpt from my WIP The Barbarian. In this section, the Barbarian, who is still unnamed, has just returned from scouting with his trainer. The main Shandan Nomad (Shandan is the desert they are in charge of ruling with tyrant abandon, if you will) is resting, as is his second-in-command, and the one …

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#BlogBattle Week56- Indiscriminate

#BlogBattle Week56- Indiscriminate

Time for another #BlogBattle   Indiscriminate is the word prompt for this, the first week of April, 2016. First order of business: Rules: 1000 words max fictional tale (or true if you really want) PG (no more than PG-13) Content – let’s keep this family friendly! Your story must contain the word(s) from the theme and/or …

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Bio

I am a fiction writer;

A creator of larger-than-life heroes of ages gone by;
Great wizards tainted, and those who resist them;

War between interstellar travelers, both on this planet and far away;
Alien races intent on the annihilation of any being not their own,
and weaker ones in need of a savior- as well as the One who becomes their savior.

Clashes with bad people and dangerous places, where only one can survive.

When you get to my writing, sit back, hold on, and enjoy the ride!