I combined all my Alexander stories into a novella which you can download for the e-reader of your choice here: https://dl.bookfunnel.com/9gsbxx8d5n Happy reading, everyone!
Alexander made a mark on the wall every morning, counting the days of his captivity. The more scratches he made, the more he longed for human companionship.
Alexander thought back to the day they parted ways. They held each other for such a long time that Filbert and Florian had to pull them apart, scolding them, and telling them that they had been married too long to be so much in love.
STOP! Don’t read this until you’ve read: How to Kill a King How to Avoid Assassination How to Bond with Barbarians Are you all caught up? Okay, you now have my permission to proceed. (Not that you need my permission. I’m not your mom or anything. I just don’t want you to be confused.) “Let’sContinue reading “How to Fight a Fairy Part 1”
Getting kidnapped by a princess was the pinnacle of humiliation.
STOP! This story won’t make much sense unless you’ve read How to Kill a King. It might not make sense after that either. But then, do any of my stories make sense? Other stories referenced, but not essential to your understanding: Scott the CEO Elves vs Elves Now where was I? Para Sympan, Middle Ages, SoutheasternContinue reading “How to Avoid Assassination”
Hi Folks! I am slowly making all my short stories available for the e-reader of your choice! I’ve just added Elves vs. Elves and am making it available during a couple of upcoming book funnel promotions! Here are the links to the promotions. While you are there, be sure browse the other titles in theContinue reading “Ebook Update!”
Fighter jets circle the airport every spring to protect passenger planes. Most dragons won’t fly above ten thousand feet, so defense is only required during takeoff and landing. Dragons are a protected species. While it is illegal to shoot them down, it is acceptable to scare them off with a warning shot. Usually this is sufficient. Usually.
When human technology confuses wild animals, it can pose a real safety hazard. Like when a dragon falls hopelessly in love with what it thinks is another dragon, but is actually a 737. Come back on February 7th to read my new short Love is in the Air.
“I blame myself really,” Fausta recalled. “The first was carrying me off after our wedding celebration, when he tripped and landed on my knife. The second died during our wedding feast when I accidentally spilled hemlock juice in his drink, and the third died of a heart attack after our vows. I don’t blame myself for that one, he was a very old man. It was just luck, I suppose.”