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Posted by: chemi Feb 26 2016, 09:22 AM
Well, since this is here (and next to nobody is in here to judge me)...

While I am still working at the MT: Endgames novel series, I am also developing a whole bunch of my solo work as well. Dunno when I'll be able to get to them (or what order I'll start fleshing them out if I do), but in the spirit of the slow revival of these forums, I present some of those initial development work for everyone to look at.

(Yes, these are all .pdf files. Yes, I know some of you don't like them. No, that's just too bad for you. I think you can suck it up and dirty yourselves for five minutes.)

((If any of these dropbox links don't work, let me know and I'll find some alternate hosting.))

Firstly, I have a modern day sci-fi/fantasy concept akin to the Dresden Files or Artemis Fowl, working title of Eraser:

Next is a pure fantasy setting loosely inspired by old Arabian and Mesopotamian mythology; working title of Bladesinger:

Still more is a teaser from the third book in my sci-fi Gate series. The first two set the table of the various species and their cultures. The third is where I delightfully revel in all the exceptions to those rules to the point where it was almost silly to have the rules in the first place.

Up next, a short story from what was going to be a fantasy anthology published by the old creator of Exiern. It has since fallen so flat that I haven't heard anything in a year, so at this point, I'm going to consider it dead and buried. But at the same time, I don't like stories to be unread, especially when I put in the time to complete them.

And finally... probably what most of you here on the MT forums would be most interested in, here's a teaser for Book 4 of the MT:Endgames series, The Daynish Campaign:

Thanks for following along and happy writing!

Posted by: Ningen Mar 1 2017, 08:43 PM
In Eraser, I think you are missing something like "were lost." following "he human genome was so damaged that many of the legendary traits"

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