Lee Edward McIlmoyle
I've written so many of these in the last couple of years, I feel like I should be an old pro at it, but alas, words elude me.
Who am I? A storyteller. Aren't we all? I also draw, design and make music. I don't have a preferred genre or medium. I'm hoping to make one from the tools coming available now.
I live in Canada. It's not as great as it used to be, but I'm still proud. Life here was a lot better before the less intelligent of us started voting in people who want to be Ronald Reagan.
I'm married to a woman from NYC, who dabbles quite heavily in the occult and writes many, many book reviews. Someone should start paying her for this. She's quite good.
We live with one savage feline. Sadly, our elder cat, Lucky (aka the Panther) died of cancer recently. Still heartbroken.
I'm a Capricorn (born on Boxing Day), I'm Bipolar, INFP, LGBT-friendly, my favourite colour is blue, and my favourite number is four.
My dream is to sell lots books and comics and music and art and games, buy up lots of property and start a commune for all of my immediate family and loved ones. And then continue to write and whatever until they have to send me to the glue factory.
Oh, and I want to get in at least one real rock & roll tour before I die. I may need to start a new band for that.
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Return Trip (The Approximate Distance To Limbo, Act 2)
Richard Burley, the protagonist of TERMINAL MONDAY and SUDDEN DEPARTURES, has experienced a life-changing event: his death. However, death is only a door to another state of being, and this is the story of where all he went to next.
Sudden Departures (The Approximate Distance To Limbo, Act One)
Richard Burley has finally come out of the mental hospital, over a year after checking himself in, and almost three years after the events of TERMINAL MONDAY. He says that all he wants to do is help and repay debts, but are his friends and family really glad to see him, or do they wish he'd stayed away? And what has become of his friends in the meantime? This story is just one dark possibility.
Angela The Huntress - a Tale of Euroboros
Richard Caslon hopes to secure his immortal soul by corrupting the soul of an innocent young woman. However, he doesn't realize he is about to be offered a very dangerous choice: redemption, or damnation. Before the night is through, allegiances will be shifted and more than one soul will be changed forever.
Never Apologize; a Dream of New York City
Richard Burley is suffering from writer's block, and takes a long bike ride to clear his head. He covers more ground than he'd ever imagined possible, as the first snow of the season begins to fall, and he is confronted by possibilities he'd never considered before.
Dream Job: a Dreamtropolis Tale
Morgan's adventure begins with a dream of a woman dying, and then learning the truth behind her dreaming and waking world deaths. What Morgan learns is that the civilized, futuristic world she has called home for most of her life has a dark secret it will do anything to protect, and she'll need to unravel the web of lies if she hopes to keep her sanity and her life intact.
Winterlude, A Sterling Carcieri Christmas Mystery
Jeannie's Christmas Eve dinner goes more or less according to plan: Dinner, drinks, a little armchair sleuthing, and a night to remember. Breakfast with Sterling proves to be short-lived, however, when he rushes off to finish a case, and she is left to fend for herself. Fortunately, she won't be alone for long, but she may not enjoy the company, when the whole truth about her family comes out.
Terminal Monday, a Dream of New York City
Richard Burley is a writer and aspiring musician who is having a mid-life crisis. Set during the Writer's Strike of 2007, his copy writing job is unsatisfying, his marriage is dissolving, and a job he's taken under the table is getting him in hot water with everyone, including the author of the novel being adapted to film. And it only gets weirder from there.
The Bride of War
Martin Gorman is Steward of Aachen, a mountain village locked in the past by a malevolent dragon who oversees everything they do, and demands a new Bride of the Winter Roses every few years. Martin's sense of duty and love for the current girl selected to 'wed' the dragon comes to a head, when the girl's father hires mercenaries to kill the dragon... and Martin with it.
ASHES: Infinite Redress
Djoran is a space biologist in charge of a project to study a fantastic form of interdimensional space travel called Foldspace. When one of her space probes infects her with an alien spore, she wakes up in a military hospital for political prisoners and has to find help breaking out before she winds up the subject of her next research assignment.
LinkTales volume 1: Unfinished Novels and Unplayable Games
A collection of stories and resource material from the LinkWorlds™ series of (mostly unpublished) RPG games. The main piece is a novella entitled 'The Dark Guild' consisting of a series of interconnected vignettes, told in world with a terrible secret: the Darkness, a corrupting organism that passes from victim to victim, slowly rendering them incapable of anything but feeding and corruption.
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