For those of you who have enjoyed the tales of Robert E. Howward's Conan of Cimmeria and his other heroes I humbly suggest that you may well enjoy my new anthology.
Of Swordsmen and Sorcery.
I'm now publishing an anthology of my collected sword and sorcery stories, some of which were originally published by Flashing Swords magazine, back when it was still up and running...but I've also added new stories that I have written since FS went toes up.
Here's what the anthology will look like:
Of Swordsmen and Sorcery
My third novel is about to be released as an eBook on Amazon and Smashwords and the other major eBook platforms.
Of Swordsmen and Sorcery volume one is just what it says on the tin...an anthology of some of my sword and sorcery stories collected in one book.
Here you will find tales of Jarn the Koszak, a Conan-like character with his own indomitable style. You will also meet Crow the Thiefmaster, sometimes known as Hawkeye the Assassin...as well as a host of other heroes and creatures...like Tangara, war-chief of the Matatulu...who leads his Leopard warriors against a horde of Zombesi, ruled over by a deathless Queen who feeds on the flesh of men...and Skellan, a wolfshead viking on the trail of a murderous goblin, set among the snow-covered peaks of the northern mountains...and Aurellius, Rome's most revered and feared gladiator, the perfect killer, or is he?...and Lochinvar, Scottish clansman and infamous knight, who seeks revenge against the monster that killed his cousin on the loch.
From hidden mountain fortresses to lost cities, from the open savannah to sinister catacombs to deadly waters.
Exotic locations, lethal perils...it's all here, everything you've come to expect from classic sword and sorcery tales.
Any of you guys and gals who enjoy Robert E. Howard's Conan or Michael Moorcock's Elric or Corum or Fritz Leiber's Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser or David Gemmell's Drenai stories will enjoy my own contribution to the genre. Like my other two published novels this one has also been professionally edited and proof-read.
I'm just having it professionally formatted now...it should be up on Amazon by next weekend. It is already available at Smashwords.