Ferry Tales

The Ferry Tales are short stories from the world of Aqualon, set on the Corsic Ocean in the early 16th century GE. Some follow the precocious little Lyn, who is being raised by two ship's mages for hire, the surly old Nimrod Henderik and the young but skilled Makani of Ainan, some focus on other prevalent characters of the time, such as the most dangerous animancers of the sea (those who use magic to manipulate souls) and the daring adventurers who are bold enough to meddle with them.

Fantasy
Set in the World of Aqualon
Serialized Short Stories
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Standalone Short Stories

These short stories are neither serialized nor an anthology. Each stands on its own.


Provocative, allegorical, and utterly strange. A woman gets off her subway train at the wrong station and finds herself in a terrifying situation...
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The Hollow Man and his Daughter

Long ago, there were meadows and hills, and people put their worlds in little shoe boxes to share. But then, the pipes came, convenient as they were, and now the city stretches on forever with no boundries, no outside, only pipes. Follow this surreal tale of a man and the world he created, which has taken the shape of his daughter. Cracked and drained, he lingers in his tiny appartment while she wanders the city at night to find someone to tell her story to, but everyone is busy, busy along the pipes...

Mystery
Kafkaesque
Serialized Short Stories
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Intention

Action-packed and often confusing, this trip through a strange region outside the universe, called "the Psy", will take you along with Blueshift and the other children of the Explorators, who are trying to uncover the secrets of the Psy while fighting off the madness that lurks within.

Science Fantasy
Action
Adventure
Serialized Short Stories
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