"The Story" page
Chalice image courtesy of Steve Millingham, creator of
beautiful pewter historical replicas. You may visit him at www.pewterreplicas.co.uk.
| Image of the
Ruin drawn by my good friend Shari Meyer, who doesn't have a website but
encourages the globally-minded to point their browsers toward the U.S.
"Characters" and cover art
Cover art on the home page courtesy of Jeff
Davis. He has no website, but if you like his art, you can reach
him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
of Mosaia's sword and T'Cru courtesy of Zach Castedo. He and I
are part of a team working on a game called The Seven Valleys based on
some Sufi mystical texts and the book of the same name by Baha'u'llah.
Other links that
may be of interest
May, 2007, I took a job editing at the e-publications house that
publishes some of Dragon Moon's authors. The place is called
it offers its authors a good deal, and it works more like a reputable
paper publishing house than a lot of outfits out there (meaning you have
to submit your material like you would at a "regular" publisher, it
gets reviewed, you get an actual editor if it's accepted for
publication, and they maintain a fairly high standard). They lean a
little toward science fiction and fantasy but publish in all
genres. I highly recommend checking them out if you want a good
read or have an interesting work of fiction to submit. (Yes, you
can drop my name.)|
friend Tara Cross has one of the neatest geyser pages out there,
including great videos of Yellowstone's Giant Geyser, which reactivated
in 2006 following a lull (2-3 eruptions a year) of nearly 10 years. |