I'm a writer from Central Finland, a software designer by day and a dad/husband/dreamer/martial artist by night.
It all began when I was eight years old. I found out that there were books of Tarzan, my childhood hero. My mother started to read them to me, but censored them - all of you who have read them know why. Annoyed by this, I started to read them on my own. Dreams and legends have followed me from those days, as companions on my voyage through life.
Only few years after that I thought about writing for the first time, but for a long time I pushed it away from my mind for supposedly more important things. Finally I understood that none of my stories would ever see the daylight until I got started, and I did.
From the days of Tarzan, exciting adventures and fantasy stories set in the past and the future have been my interest. Thus, the natural choice for me was to start writing science fiction and fantasy. Some years ago the idea of Fargoer made its way into my consciousness, and it hasn't loosened its grip of me since.
New Fargoer stories and paths of Vierra's future circle in my thoughts until I write them out. There are so many stories to tell until the end, and that end is painted clearly on my mind.
Where to find Petteri Hannila online
Day Of The Dead - A Viking Tale
Day of the dead is an action-packed short story that touches the story depicted in the novel Fargoer. This time, the focus is turned towards Vikings and their gloom-filled world.
Kaukamoinen aloittaa fantasiatarinoiden sarjan, joka imee voimansa Suomen synkästä, mutta kauniista luonnosta. Sen juuret ovat samalla kertaa sekä mytologiassa että muinaisessa, kirjoittamattomassa historiassamme. Tarinoiden perustukset on laskettu muinaisen maailman ihmeille ja nopeatempoista kerrontaa siivittää kalevalamittainen runous, esi-isiemme runollisen kerronnan kieli.
End of Innocence (Fargoer Short Stories, #1)
(3.83 from 6 reviews)
Somewhere far in the north, in the middle of a dense forest, two girls have embarked on a sacred journey: a journey that is to end their carefree days among the children of their tribe. Grim as their world is, the destiny that is set upon them seems even darker, but such is often the way for the people of this land.
First chapter of Fargoer, a novel set in the mythic far north.
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