Hello, readers! Yes, I know what day it is. I will honor April Fools’ by refusing to give a damn, and posting something serious on April Fools’ anyway. So… no use dancing around this. I’ve been kind of a shitty person about trying to get people to buy my books in the past. At least, […]
According to my preference, an accidental weird fiction unfiction novella or/and an autobiographical travelogue of the para-chronological self-in-continuum By Kairlina “North” Urwollust (Just for the record, I intended this to be 2k words when I started writing it in WordPress. This is truly an accidental novella. After that, the block-editor makes it such a fucking […]
So, I’m not going to sugarcoat this: this is pretty humbling for an author who, a couple of years ago, took a strong moral stance against selling through Amazon. But, well… that was before the pandemic. Do I think the company’s improved meaningfully? Well, no. It’s just that, as far as I can tell, I’m […]
Yeah, this just sort of happened, apparently. I didn’t plan on participating in NaNoWriMo this year, but here’s a 40k word novella I just wrote in a straight sprint in the last 9-10 days. Alright, that deserves some context: Urhexen is both a very stream-of-consciousness work and largely distills things I’ve already been thinking about […]
Sword of the Outsider is out now, weighs in at just under 70,000 words of adult fantasy, and is available to purchase in various eBook formats at any of the following links.
“I want this story to hurt you.”
“But of course, there is none other to speak for me.
What cowardice would it be to pass my meanings through another’s words? The visions I speak come through…”
Hello, readers mine… er… so, many of you know that I publish through Smashwords. You may have been wondering why. You see, Smashwords is an aggregator. This does require a lot more work on my end–the books have to be cleaned of behind-the-scenes junk code by copying the raw text into Notepad, copying it back, […]
–the Necromancer and the Reaping Spear is a book you can buy right now–
They stood upon rust-colored ground in a liminal space. Overhanging crags and shattered boulders filled it farther than the eye could see along its longest axis.