Gnolls… never underestimate Gnolls. Especially after the apocalypse.
Another excerpt from Beneath the Broken Moon. Book One of the upcoming post-apocalyptic fantasy, Shattered Worlds, by Patrick Todoroff.
From Part 2 – Into the Scorned Lands
Eresh’s Chimney looked like a mud castle made by a giant. A mish-mash of crude bricks, rough boulders, and hewn beams the thickness of tree trunks, the spire gnarled its way skyward, knobby, crooked, and enormous. There was a single entrance at the ground level, two massive doors of stone. They were the color of storm clouds and seemed to take forever to open. The sun had started its drop toward the western edge of the horizon when Levi, Gibs and Addas watched Snat delicately unwrap a leather bundle of long wire… Read More
or “Why SyFy’s ‘THE EXPANSE’ show is better than the books” ‘Bread and circuses’ was the policy employed by jaded Imperial Roman politicians to control and appease the great unwashed pleb masses. Now this isn’t a political post (although I certainly could run down that rabbit trail barking like a pack of rabid hounds) This being a writing blog, I’m going take a moment to ramble on about the storyteller’s dilemma of Substance versus Spectacle. STAR WARS: THE PLOT DOESN’T THICKEN THE FORCE AWAKENS After Christmas, I spent one of my rare… Read More