“Lastly, please understand that the only content warning I will ever give about Machrae Diir is that a story takes place in Machrae Diir, or its Lady appears in that story. That is true of every little tale gathered here.”
“It is by far my favorite story. For me, it has been healing. For reasons related to that, I truly do not know if I can recommend it broadly.”
“Oh, and the lava-lamps, also pink. They really tie the space together!”
“A chime sings in the column of azure crystal. Glances exchanged. A whisper, the curve of a smile. The amber glint in plump, dark red lips.”
Sword of the Outsider is out now, weighs in at just under 70,000 words of adult fantasy, and is available to purchase in various eBook formats at any of the following links.
hi, readers! A much meatier offering today–a short story of over 9k words! This is a crossover piece set in part of one InordinateFondness’s Morphic Korps setting. You can find her on Twitter @SixArmedSweater, with her own works in this setting and many of her other writings in her pinned. All details about the Fires, […]
So: I’m sorry. For those who have kept quiet about these things, I hope this gives you some closure. For those who choose to stick around, thank you, and I’ll make sure to earn it. Again, I’m sorry.
“We are the rustle of a blue coat, the clatter of a heavy mirror-sheen barrel finding its line of fire. We are thunder. The sweet redemption of its rhythm at a braced shoulder.”
“If you’re up for a tale of self-discovery, healing with the help of found family, and battling cosmic horrors with reality-warping powers, you can find The Way to Kandge-Brad at the other end of this link right here.”
“Marked by the forbidden age… quite a literary sentiment. Does it not have a storyteller’s flair about it? Two professors, aging and grown arrogant in their habits as the aging do, stumbling on to something truly forsaken?”