Tales for the Thrifty Barbarian was just released! It is a compilation of high fantasy novellas from members of Fantasy Writers International, a group of writers gleaned from the web’s largest fantasy/ sci-fi site, elfwood.com.
I am one of seven contributors to this anthology which is especially dear to me because the project was my late father's creation. This book has been dedicated to his memory.
Overview of Tales for the Thrifty Barbarian: An Anthology of High Fantasy
a pair of commoners are on the run after accidentally killing their Count . . . a lass with psionic powers must save her Duke’s realm, and the peasant woman who raised her . . . a spoiled Lady and her bitter heir protector put aside all differences when wizards and Orqs attack . . . an alchemist takes in his wraith-haunted nephew, then his wife disappears . . . hunters face-off against environmentalists in a dragon-rights demonstration: an inept Elf/ freelance diplomat comes to the rescue (ever read a fantasy satire?) . . . three warriors defend a village against a dark beast who’s summoned a foreboding storm as hunting cover . . . a wizardling is quested to recover an artifact in order to save his land from an army’s onslaught . . .
You can read more about the anthology and purchase a copy (free shipping on the FWI website) at the: FWI Bookstore
Editor: Cynthia MacKinnon: The Writers’ Cafe
$24.95US trade paper from the FWI Bookstore (or $7.41US download from lulu.com)
Larry N. Morris, Jamie Hughes, Frank Creed, A.P. Reckert, Brian David Smith, Jaren Schroeder, Eugene Erno.
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Scott “Frank Creed” Morris
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