Category Archives: writing
Presented to you in its unvarnished glory*, as it originally appeared in my 5th grade yearbook, the very first fantasy story I ever wrote. I was 9 or 10. The Fairy Princess Two new people had come to our school. … Continue reading
I have to disagree with some of author Dean Wesley Smith’s conclusions about short fiction publishing, in his article “When to Mail Short Fiction To Traditional Publishers”. First, he argues that there are only 4 or 5 science fiction magazines worth … Continue reading
The ninth and final installment of my novella “The Guild of Swordsmen” is now up at Silver Blade. This is the first time I’ve had a story serialized, so it’s been fun seeing each successive part come out (even though … Continue reading
In which Lida bends the rules, somewhat. Only one more installment to go!
Featuring His Divine Majesty the Emperor Valtseharu Tahevas, Fifteenth of that Name. Plus more swordfighting action from Lida.
In which the day of the Imperial Guard contest has, at long last, arrived.
In which the authorities respond to last night’s tavern brawl. But are they genuinely concerned about one more bar fight in a restless city? Or is Lida being singled out for some other reason? Click here to find out.
In which we learn what some of Merolliay’s “friends” think about the Imperial Guard contest, and what they want him to do about it. Again, at Silver Blade.
For a limited time, I’ve added “Clear Skies in Pixieland” to the Free Fiction page. Enjoy! (You can still purchase the Kindle edition here for $1.29 if you prefer that format.)