Two heads are better than one
Three can be a real pain in the arse
We are Og-Grim-Dog!
We have been loved and reviled! We have been the Hero of the Hour, the Darkest Villain, and everything in between! We have saved this world and travelled to worlds beyond it!
You think you can distil the life of Og-Grim-Dog into some words on a page?
When a stranger visits their inn, the regulars are in for a surprise. Did their Landlord really come here from Gal’azu—the dangerous, edgier province to the east? Could it be that his stories, so fanciful and fantastical, were episodes from his previous life?
When their Landlord is persuaded to have his life story recorded for posterity, the surprises come thick and fast. Just like his regulars, you too can learn how a three-headed ogre came to be a hero. Unlike them, you don't stand to be killed if it all goes wrong...
When Prince Azahr's brother dies,
he is thrust into the role of future heir to the throne.
Despite his best efforts, it quickly becomes apparent that nothing he does will ever make him good enough to replace his brother. In the absence his beloved brother left behind, a dark void created by anger, frustration, and fear begins to open within him. And in that void, a beast is born. On the eve of his eighteenth birthday, Azahr refuses hospitality to a faery.
She condemns him with a curse that will haunt him and threaten his very humanity; a curse that empowers the beast and sets it free. Exiled from his home, he takes refuge in a forgotten corner of the kingdom. Then, one day, the door opens and Kiara steps inside, bringing with a heretofore unimagined hope of breaking the curse. If he can just keep himself together long enough for Kiara to see in him the man he could, and may yet, be.
Human Again is the fourth in a five part companion series that rewrites the classic tales of happily ever after.
In 1912, the Titanic hit an iceberg and over the course of a few hours, plunged to the bottom of the sea, leaving a fraction of the passengers and crew to bob about the frigid sea in small lifeboats.
The others, husbands, fathers, third class passengers froze to death in the icy water, but they were the lucky ones; there was much worse in the sea that fateful night. Behemoths, leviathans, a hundred foot megaladon and other flesh-devouring creatures broke the boundaries that night, crossing over into our world to prey. As the Old Ones slumbered, the beasts of Lovecraftian lore broke free to terrorize and consume the innocent.
Written as H.P. Lovecraft would tell the tale, Titanic 1912 explores the untold story of the night the Titanic sank.