Works of Fiction

Creating characters, settings, or even whole worlds is a long-time joy of mine, one where I get to flex my creative muscles and try to encourage others to do the same. While my blog in general deals with all number of topics, here’s a curated list of all of my works of fiction – content inspired from other works, games I’ve played, or spun out of whole cloth.

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Currently I have two long-running story arcs going: the Lavis Chronicles which explores a civilization’s first steps onto the galactic stage, and Covert Ops about two American operatives fighting a Bolivian drug cartel. I hope you enjoy!

MotW: Spinning Plates

Smokey air from the annual rice burning thick in the air – farmers destroying the unusable parts of their fields once harvesting had completed – the investigators woke to a blood-red sky and debilitating hangovers, undercut by the ear-splitting noise of...

Conquest: the Future Promises

Having left the Scarlet Chorus' camp safely, ignoring Voice of Nerat's subtle barbs suggesting that my possession of the Silent Archive could be seen as an affront to Kyros' directive that dangerous knowledge be suppressed for the good of the empire, I took some time...

MotW: People Skills

"Bad news," Tommy shook his head, hanging up his cell phone. "My people have found out the Air Force base experiment not only got delayed, like we wanted, but also moved.""To where?" Ismene asked, a worried look on her face."It's in Rio Linda, out near the emu farms...

MotW: Labeling Friends

Deciding the forest wasn't a good location for serious conversation, Ismene, Tommy, Tammy, and Seth returned to suburbia. Their new quasi-allies the werewolves had invited them to a private home, to explore the revelations of their shared evening. Harry –...

Conquest: Restless Consideration

Though the hike to the Calamity, where Voices of Nerat awaited our arrival and report of successes inside the Burning Library, took nearly two days, I scarcely felt tired or compelled to stop for rest. It was only out of compassion for my traveling companions that we...

Conquest: Embers

The staircase wound in a tight spiral, deep into the mountain upon which the Burning Library sat. Finally it terminated at a long, rough-hewn tunnel. The air was thick, but not as noxious as above, the ward seeming to have protected this section from the worst ravages...