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Baba Connridh Paperback and #E3 Interview @CJLO's @AStrongFranklin!

Baba Connridh is now out in paperback format!

The story of the one hundred and thirty year old gran who fights evil with magic knitters is available at Amazon for 10$.

As well, you can listen my interview on CJLO's Franklin Armstrong Collective, in which we talk about books, old women chasing terrible children, super hero films, and my fervent affection for E3.

You can listen to the interview HERE.


Story of the Day: Sore Loser -- Part 2

And now, Alasdair being a sore loser in real time:

Story for the Day: A Sore Loser

Prince Draeden, Alasdair's father, is hailed to be the best gamester on the Southern Continent. His winning at Ardri, Fidchell, and Brandubh is legendary, so much so that the one time he visited the Ardent Tench, he was banned for life for winning too much. He is also known for being talking incessantly without much provocation.

Story for the Day: A Game of Cards

Playing cards is a favourite pastime amongst nearly everyone on the Continents, and while there are many gambling halls dedicated to card games, the most fervent of matches is always played at the Diras castle keep.  An hour was gone before Alasdair realized he had been dueling with Vyrdin at cards for that long, and though he was always eager for a new card game and glad to have so many willing opponents, he knew himself, knew he was becoming besotted with a game he had just learned, and, even worse, knew his obsession was owing to Vyrdin, who, like Alasdair, gratulated in strategy games and would never leave the table until he had won at least twice, once to prove to himself master of the rules, and the second time to prove that he was better than his adversary. Like Vyrdin with his game of Ibyth earlier in the day, Alasdair would not move until he had proven to himself that he knew the game, and while Escera was a game of war, one which involved another player and therefore requir…

New #book: Baba Connridh

Baba Connridh, the new book in the Frewyn Fables series, is now available! Here is the description:

Gran Mara Connridh, known to her few friends as Baba, is Frewyn's oldest farmer.

She spends her days marching over her fields with her cat at her side, throwing stones at children, frightening her neighbours, and avoiding unwanted visitors by telling them exactly what she thinks about them when they should happen to stop by. All is prepared for the coming harvest on Baba's farm, and she has nothing more to do but sit by her hearth and disdain the world, until a visit from the gods and two wanton fey force her to leave her house and put her old powers back into practice.

Beware the grans with charms and magic knitters.

On sale on Amazon HERE

Story of the Day: Of Gods and Grandmas - Baba Connridh

Baba Connridh, the novella about Gran Mara Connridh and her magic knitters, will be out this coming Tuesday.Here is one last look at now Baba gets the gods to work miracles in her favour and peel the potatoes: