This one is classic Sword and Sorcery in the style of Robert E. Howard. It’s a series of stories that link together to form a single narrative which follows the adventures of Sangr of the frozen North, as he evolves from thief to adventurer to avenger, aided only by his wits and his sword.
It’s adventure fiction in the traditional mold, and I firmly believe everyone who reads it will be entertained. And if not… well, that’s what the comments are for!
My cool news for today (although I admit I’m sitting on some acceptances because I don’t have the contracts signed yet) is that the Antho A Summer of Sci-fi and Fantasy has been published. This one contains my story “Going Cold”, and I’ve linked here.
Here’s something new for me. My story “Hunter” is one of the prizes for supporters of Black Hare Press’ Patreon.
It’s very cool that they would select one of mine (and pay me) as a way to attract funding. So for any Bondoni completists out there who absolutely must read everything I’ve written (isn’t that every writer’s fondest dream?), or anyone who is just curious, I’ve linked to the Patreon page here.
I’ve always wanted a page on Fantastic Fiction. Many of the writers I have been published alongside were already there.So I was delighted when I realized that someone has created an author page for me there.
My story “Flowers in the Mud” has been published in After the Storm. Link is here. It’s free to read and quite short.
This one is very much in the spirit of the stories in my collection Off the Beaten Path, in that it deals with places and situations most people in the western world don’t know about, but I am fascinated by.If you do read it, let me know what you think!