At the time of writing there are over 670,000 words of prose fiction on this blog. That’s a lot of words, and even if you like the way I write, I wouldn’t expect anyone to be able to read even a fraction of it! So, to help you out if this is your first time visiting this blog, here’s an explanation of what you can find:
Between 1,000 and 20,000 words long, these are all one-off stories that don’t require any background reading to understand what’s going on. They cover a number of genres and themes, so just click around a bit and read the descriptions to see if there’s something you might like.
In principle these are no different from the short stories except that for whatever reason (usually time constraints), I broke them up into separate parts. Obviously start with part 1 if you want to read one of these.
These are short stories that involve the same characters and situations, telling a continuing story. They’re each technically self-contained, but it helps if you’ve read the previous instalments. Think of them as like episodes of a TV show.
I’ve written a number of longer works, generally divided into separate parts. They clock in at between 20,000 and 50,000 words. Some are self-contained, others, like the ongoing series, involve the same setting and characters. A good example of this is the Ragnar Ulrichson stories.
There’s one complete novel hiding in here (it’s about 85,000 words long), but it’s divided into episodic parts. To be honest, if you want to read it, you’d be better off doing it on Wattpad.
Speaking of which, I have a few things on Wattpad, which you can find on my profile here. You can also buy some of my work on Kindle if you have a compatible device and don’t mind spending a little bit of money to get things in a nice, collected format.
Thanks for reading and I hope you find something you enjoy! Do share anything you like and leave a comment if you have any thoughts or criticism.