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Fairy Tales and Fables is my own little collection of fairy tales inspired by Eastern and Western European fables and the folklore work and collections of the Grimms Brothers and Andrew Lang. Old World-style fairy tales that are magical, fun. . . and slightly scary. . .
Stories: The Cowboy and the Pebbles, The Vegetable Patch, The Lady in the Forest, The Face in the Mirror, The Pear Tree, The Smoking Sword and The Sage and the Three Brothers.
Free Ebook Promo!
The first book in the Red World trilogy is finally out and is available for purchase on Amazon.com for kindle, Smashwords and B&N. It's $2.99. Join the mailing list and find out when the next book will be released!
You can follow this link to Feedbooks and get a partial of the novel for free - about ten chapters - to preview it. This book has been serialized on my blogs for the last couple of months but remember, those were rough drafts. The finished product is quite different and polished from any previous partial you may already have.
New Short Story Collection!
Keeping Strange Time is finally ready to be released, a short story collection of speculative and fantasy fiction.
New Short Fiction!
A powerful king and his most trusted counselor have seen into the far future and find that the entire kingdom and culture stand on a precipice. A new, dark age comes. An age they have long tried to prepare for.
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