From the Gator's Mouth

Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Something happened in the swamp on February 14, 1900 and Agatha, the earthbound goddess of the swamp, witnessed it. On April 1st, the goddess of chaos shows up with a squalling bundle under her arms. How does this concern Swampy? It doesn't -- at least not until those pesky fairies get him involved. More

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About John E. Miller

I am a long time game master for a number of different roleplaying games. In 2007 my wife and I worked together to write Bones of the Woods, a collection of short stories. In 2009, we published our second collection of stories, Mind of a Mad Man.

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Judy Cox reviewed on July 28, 2011

It was a good short story fantasy. I am glad I read it, and would recommend it for an entertainment read.
(reviewed 60 days after purchase)
John Poindexter reviewed on June 30, 2011

I have to agree with the other reviewer, it was a little hard to follow. Maybe more description of the characters would help readers get to know what is happening to them better.
But overall it is a nice storyline.
(reviewed 30 days after purchase)
Siobhan Muir reviewed on June 6, 2011

This was an intriguing short story, unfortunately it was a little hard to follow and some of the events seemed out of order. It's a good first draft, but it could use some polish. The dialog was entertaining and I liked Swampy, but I didn't get the sense of him or of Agatha much. The descriptions of the characters were emotionless and I couldn't taste, hear, smell or touch them. I was standing outside looking in, watching the show without sound. From the Gator's Mouth is an entertaining first draft, but not a finished product.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)

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