Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Djinna Nights

Long ago, one of Nathan's ancestors managed to piss off the goddess Anahita.  Never a good thing.  This particular ancestor was a queen, so the goddess was royally po'd - even worse

During a brutal time of famine, said queen hoarded her grain instead of sharing with her subjects. Many died. As punishment, the goddess cursed her, and her issue, to serve humanity for eternity.

Voila! The magical wish granting djinna!

This was all rather academic to Nathan, as the curse only affected d'Anahita females.  

But ...there is a loophole... 

Click here to read the first part of Djinna Nights, and then leave a comment below.

Sunday, August 29, 2010

duty and destiny

duty and destiny
by armond

Started a new story in the Selene section of my website, click here to read the pdf of the work in progress.  Here's the tagline:

Prince Cadon is the only son to King Rhys, and heir to the Glamorgan throne.  His duty is to marry the Princess Avila of Pavnor.  His duty is to unite the kingdoms against the plots and schemes of the King of Acrum to the south.  

Seems clear enough.

Yet Selene's destiny for him is far far different.

But wait!  There's more! A map! Click here.

Friday, August 27, 2010


So  Fragrance  a pungent love story.  Take a deep breath, smell the aroma, and tell me your thoughts. 

(If you haven't read it, click here)

What worked?  What didn't?  What should happen next?

Lilim Tales

Lilim Tales Parts 1-4 are up at BCTS.  Pdfs of Parts 1 - 3 and a draft Part 4 (I will post a final part 4 soon) are posted at my website here.  

Soooo Lilims, a race of winged creatures that ruled the world before man... let's discuss.

Thursday, August 26, 2010

The Summerland Path

Okay, you've slogged through the rough drafts (or if you haven't, click here), so tell me what you think.

A comment blog

Okay, I'm going to try something a little different, (and I'm sure this will be unbelievably stupid).  I have a comment box on my story website,  but, I hate it!  And it is the best of the free ones; the others are filled with adverts.

So, I've created this comment blog where people are free to leave comments on a particular story post.  Why a  comment blog?  Because the blog is free and comes with a decent comment feature.

What is 99% likely to occur is I will be the only person coming to the blog, which is fine; I'm panhandling for comments here and I'll take what I can get..