If you’re looking to sample my writing, look no further! Below is a (short) list of my online publications (free to read), as well as some works hosted here on the blog.
Does a single item count as a list? I have one (count’em!) online publication:
- The Lions: a homunculus welcomes a newcomer to a curious shop, situated at Lot 10 in the Lane of Unusual Traders (Tiny Owl Workshop 2015 / 500 words).
Novel Side Stories / Adjacent Writing
I worldbuild and practice my writing by playing around in Adrien’s world, with minor characters, past characters and otherwise. While some of those pieces are submitted to publishers, some are too long, too silly or otherwise unfit for submission:
- A Tourist’s Guide to Haute-Ondes: a fictional vacation guide to Cardavia’s capital city, in an entirely different (and impossibly cheekier) tone than what I usually write (2015 / 2,200 words).
I get a lot of writing practise creating vignettes for game characters (read: I write nerdy stories about D&D characters), and I’ll be posting them here for your enjoyement. Note that, while the main characters presented are of my own invention, many of the locations, background characters, deities and other Named Things belong to Wizards of the Coast. This list grows almost every time I begin a new game, so check back for more:
- The Fish and the Lion: Aîchylos Artifice looks forward to his wedding about as much as he looks forward to a sword in his belly. His bride, however, might yet work magic with the puny scrap of integrity he has left (2012 / 2,700 words).
Collaborative Worldbuilding Projects
I’m part of a collaborative worldbuilding/writing community on Reddit, with two projects closed so far:
The Neen are an eel-like marine people created as part of a collaborative worldbuilding project on Reddit. You can find related stories, artwork and discussion under the Neen tag.
Yellow Rose Industries is a cyberpunk-themed human augmentation and prostheses company, and part of another collaborative worldbuilding project. You can find stories and art under the YRI tag.