Okay, the blog is branching out a bit.
For a number of reasons (largely related to my time and spoons) I’ve been slowly adding my fiction work to Polyamory on Purpose. Because keeping up the marketing for two websites and two blogs is for people with WAY more time and energy than me.
As the next step in merging my two online personas, I’m adding some regular fiction to this blog. This fiction will be in addition to posts about polyamory and won’t count towards posting goals for Patreon. (Unless people want it to, bc I’m totally down for people supporting my fiction as well as my non-fiction ;D )
Starting next week, I’ll be posting scenes from a new web serial on Fridays. This is a story I’ve been wanting to write for a couple years but always thought was most suited to an episodic format than my usual short stories or novels. It’s got an evil overlord, a kinky polyamorous dragon, a truly diverse cast of characters, and an impending alien invasion.
How NOT to Save the World
They are a plucky band of rebels, fighting against a tyrant who overthrew the rightful government and is supported by an army of monsters. The only problem? They think they’re the good guys.
They are family, grandmother and granddaughter. Students of Kabbalah in a world where someone could really create the Golem of Prague. They are done sitting back while injustice takes place around them. The only problem? They’re on opposite sides.
They’re just a kid, trying to figure out who they are and where they fit in this crazy world their father just took over. And their new mentor is trying to kill their father. The only problem? Everything!
They are coming to usher humanity into a new galactic society. They have the best of intentions, amazing technology to sell us, and know exactly what will fix all our problems. The only problem? If someone doesn’t stop them, they are going to destroy the world.
He has a prophecy foretelling his success, a dragon sidekick, and plans for the biggest battle station ever built. He’s going to save the world. The only problem? He’s the bad guy.