E.W. Pierce

Biography

E.W. Pierce is the writing handle of Eric Pierce. Raised on a steady diet of Star Wars, cowboy movies with his great-grandfather, and lots of pretend, he developed an early interest in the making of make-believe. Eric discovered the fantasy genre via the Dragonlance novels, and shortly thereafter, was introduced to the tabletop roleplaying game Dungeons & Dragons. His world was never the same.

Eric writes Fantasy and the occasional Science Fiction or Horror story. He lives in Michigan with his wife and their two children.

You can follow him at http://ewpierce.com, where he blogs about fantasy books, roleplaying games, and other geeky pursuits.

Where to find E.W. Pierce online

Website: http://ewpierce.com
Twitter: @EW_Pierce

Books

With Fingers Gray and Cold
Price: Free! Words: 7,100. Language: English. Published: June 7, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories, Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
(5.00 from 1 review)
Evil won't be swindled. In the frozen lands beyond the edge of civilization, charlatan Marten the Magnificent swindles villagers of their valuables in exchange for superstitious charms. But when faced with a true monster, Marten is forced to rely on his own useless trinkets, or risk losing his life. A dark fantasy short story.
Part-Time God
Price: Free! Words: 8,390. Language: English. Published: April 25, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Military, Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
(5.00 from 1 review)
Diplomacy by the payload. In the near future, combat drones exact America’s foreign policy. Sleek and deadly, the drones require pilots with equally quick reflexes, a trait in short supply among the military. They need pilots weaned on video games. They need teenagers. But in this game there are no respawns. A science fiction short story.
Fading Away
Price: Free! Words: 5,070. Language: English. Published: April 11, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Utopias & dystopias, Fiction » Science fiction » Apocalyptic
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
Marooned on a skyland that crashed to the sea, young Joha Mender is slowly starving to death. His food stores exhausted, he must face his greatest fear and brave the deep waters. But the sky-peoples harbor old superstitions about the sea for a reason, and as Joha enters this alien world, he discovers that myths often contain an element of truth.

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