E. R. Eddison’s The Worm Ouroboros makes me wish I could be a novelist in 1922. This was a time, apparently, when one could publish a strange fantasy book written entirely in sixteenth century English, and people would want to read it. This book influenced many fantasy writers to come, including Tolkien, and it’s easy to see why.
“Out with it,” barked the wizened old dwarf. Erl’s leather face shifted into a smile and he slapped Gartnor on the back with a stinging but friendly force. “The faster you ’splain what you want, the faster we can guzzle that pitcher.”
I’m pleased to announce that I have a new short story up on both SagaBorn.com and Amazon. It is available in all major ebook formats for free at SagaBorn.com, or if you’d like to read it on your Kindle, you can get it for $0.99 on Amazon.
Thanks to the support from fans of SagaBorn, The Dead Gulch has been funded, and has reached a special funding goal to include a short story written by me.
The first book in The Crossroads of the Never saga is now available in both paperback and Kindle eBook. Purchase through Sagaborn.com or Amazon.
The first book in the Crossroads of the Never saga is coming soon. The cover art by Michael Bielaczyc has just been unveiled!