Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Shadows of a Fading World

My latest S&S tale is now available in Shadows of a Fading World here

Ages pass. Civilizations fall. Strange magics arise. New stories emerge. From H.G. Well's "The Time Machine," to Clark Ashton Smith's "Zothique," to Jack Vance's "The Dying Earth,' readers have thrilled to stories set at the decline of civilization, or far beyond.

Long Count Press presents seven original tales of sword and sorcery set in the aftermath of dead or dying worlds, by authors Ian Creasy - Digging for Paradise, Robin Wyatt Dunn - Fire Dancer, Rhonda Eikamp - Severance, Christine Frost - Moonfall, Neal F. Litherland - Paths of Iron and Blood, Micheal Mina - The Myroblyte, and David J. West - The Serpent's Root

My tale is an adventure set in and outside and ancient city where the cure may be as deadly as the disease. Surprise twists abound and I hope you enjoy this tale of Saphir the thief.

8 comments:

The Wasp said...

Cool, something else to read.

David J. West said...

Much appreciated Wasp.

Keith West said...

Got it! Looking forward to reading it.

David J. West said...

Thank you Keith, always grateful for your reading. I still need to get back to your work, life is crazy but I owe you.

Robin Wyatt Awesome said...

Nice to share a cover with you. :)

David J. West said...

Thanks Robin, you too.

Charles Gramlich said...

Excellent. Looks pretty cool. I'll check it out.

David J. West said...

Thankee Charles