Steve has a whole lot of books here, so where should you start? Here are some suggestions:
NEW! White Zombie - Daikaiju Attack
HORROR: Monster Shark, Zombie Shark, Frost Harrow series (2013)
FANTASY: Tournament of Death novels, Crimson stories
SCIENCE FICTION: The Last Ranodon, Heart of Steam & Rust
ADULT: Elf Erotica (Elf Princess on Mars)
OVERVIEW: Martian Knights & Other Tales
But, of course, he's written lots of books for lots of different tastes, so feel free to browse and find one that's right for you.
A BIT ABOUT STEVE
Since 1980, as a writer, artist, and editor, Stephen D. Sullivan has worked on some of the best known and most influential properties in the world, including: Dungeons & Dragons, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Star Wars, The Simpsons, Middle Earth, Fantastic 4, Speed Racer, Thunderbirds, Dragonlance, Legend of the Five Rings, Iron Man, Darkwing Duck, Mage Knight, and many others.
He has written (and published) more than 50 books and numerous short stories. He’s won the Origins Award, gaming’s highest honor, for his fantasy fiction twice: first for The Lion (the final book in the original L5R series), and then for his Mage Knight short story, “Podo & The Magic Shield.” He created, wrote, colored, and did much of the art for The Twilight Empire graphic novel, which ran as a serial in Dragon magazine for more than 4 years. He has worked on more comics and game projects than can easily be counted.
Steve insists, though, that what really matters to him is that readers enjoy his stories and art. He hopes you’ve had a great time reading this book and will recommend it—and the rest of his work—to your friends.
If you have questions or suggestions, you can contact Steve by writing to email@example.com.
on Feb. 20, 2014 :
This is a short story, which runs about half the length of this e-book [around 3000 words], the rest being samples of other stories.
The tale itself tells of a fantasy town that have recently taken dragons into their community, originally as pets, but soon the things are huge and destroying the town. There then follows a discussion about the future of dragons and their control.
This was ok, easy-reading, but for me the allegory to gun control, or dog control, or whatever you want to take from it, got in the way a bit, and by the end I got the impression I was being preached at.
This author's other work looks very fun - Monster Zombie Sharks and suchlike - but I wasn't overkeen on this free story.
(review of free book)