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One of the things I built for my writing world was its own variant tarot deck. Very, very variant. Because my world has a love of the number six, the deck has six suits instead of four — corresponding to … Continue reading
I previously posted my attempt at making flags for my Imperial protectorates, some of which worked, some of which didn’t. I can’t say that my skills with the GIMP2 program have particularly improved, but I do have a few more … Continue reading
The Splintered Eye, now on sale at Amazon — e-version only. Physical version coming soon.
Gonna keep this short. My book, now on sale at Amazon. Edit: Also on Smashwords!
As they drew closer to where bare earth became whorled salt-bed, Lark said, “How does a place like this even happen?”
[Excerpt from current version of book 1.] Abruptly, Morshoc said, “I came for you because they want you dead.”
[Excerpt from an old draft of book 1, circa 2009] Cob shook his head and looked away. “Stories are stories.”