Graveyard Greg


Webcomics machine (Gaming Guardians, Dungeons and Denizens, Carpe Diem, Profiles) and prolific short story and long fiction writer, Graveyard Greg has been through the very fires of hell and back, only to discover he forgot his keys.


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Smashwords book reviews by Graveyard Greg

  • Fictionlets: The Extremely Brief Adventures of Brigid and Greg, Vol. I on July 25, 2010

    The Extremely Brief Adventures of Brigid and Greg is very apt. Each chapter is a piece of microfiction that is perfect for those times you want to do some reading, but can't devote your full attention for fear of burning dinner. Trust me. You want this book. The character interactions are worthy of a sitcom. A British sitcom, that is. Now, that's not to say it's a perfect book. I gave it five stars, yes, but I must take offense to calling Greg a "muddleheaded chump". Everyone knows that Gregs are not muddleheaded chumps. They are wonderful, human beings who are most decidedly not muddleheaded chumps. Oh, and there's one typo in the book. You have been warned. That said, I'll shut up and eat my load now. Go buy this book and start reading it in brief intervals. You'll like it.
  • Fictionlets: The Extremely Brief Adventures of Brigid and Greg, Vol. II on Aug. 05, 2010

    Top notch, this part two. You can clearly tell the influences that shape the writing of this book. I'll give you a hint: the author of Jeeves and Wooster. I still take umbrage with a guy named Greg being a muddleheaded chump, but I'll forgive the Gneech this time. If only because I adore the characters in these fictionlets. There is a third volume promised to us, and I can only hope it will be as good as the first two volumes.
  • I Was an Alien Cat Toy on Nov. 01, 2010

    A tale of a stranger in a strange land, and how he makes a new family while stranded on an alien planet. The scenes were very well written, and after a while I grew to adore the relationship between Gredar and Temin. The ending was most definitely bittersweet. Some minor quibbles, though. The sabotage felt glossed over, almost tacked on. Especially with the explanation of what happened. And I just felt nothing for Jeng. More detail about him would have been nice. Overall, this is a good read. I would love to have more stories with Gredar and his people.
  • Cupid's Maze on Oct. 10, 2011

    It has a very Stephen King-esque vibe to it. I approve!
  • Winter Thunder on Oct. 14, 2011

    Absolutely charming.
  • Skylands: Large Living on March 04, 2012

    The world promises to be fascinating. More, please.
  • Goblintown Justice on March 13, 2012

    If you're a fan of fantasy settings that have a twist to it, Goblintown Justice is the story for you.
  • The Rose Petal Thief on March 17, 2012

    The adventures of Anthony in NeverEarth continue. Quite the good read too.
  • Beasts of Burden on March 20, 2012

    Magnificent. Another winning story from the mind of Sylvan Scott.
  • Child of Stone & Other Stories on July 23, 2013

    A delightful read, with many story ideas in this universe. MORE, I say!