I was born in Karo on FirstWorld and grew up to be a cook before I was kidnapped by pirates and unwillingly forced into the service of the evil wizard Weylyn the Wolf. After many adventures I became Bard of Elannort and eventually ended up in this dimension of the multiverse.
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Welcome to FirstWorld. I’m your host Kris. They call me Kris the Bard and I come from a place called Karo in the dimension of FirstWorld a very long time ago. How I came to be living in your dimension in your time is a very long and complicated story. On the way, I got involved with a Hero with a powerful sword, wizards (both good and bad), elves, dwarves, men and Gods. The Hero was involved in a quest to serve The Balance and prevent either Law or Chaos achieving supremacy. It was my job to chronicle the Hero’s struggles and although it was long ago and very far away I believe that the things we learnt are just as important in your world today.
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This is the climax of the FirstWorld Saga. All roads lead to the End of Time, where Simon Redhead and Gadiel will have the final confrontation. Has Simon learned enough to defeat Gadiel, or will he succumb to the evil one's seduction, like Gilgasmesh before him? Gilgasmesh desired immortality. Simon just wants his family back. Is that too much to ask?
Three years have passed since the events of Aftermath of Armageddon. FirstWorld is at relative peace. The Balance is as close to balance as it has been for millennia. Everyone in Melasurej, except Simon and Julie, is bored to tears. Then Simon receives a summons from Gadiel to visit Tartarus, Gadiel’s ancient prison in First Delve. The visit sets up a chain of events that destroys the fellowship.
Weylyn the Wolf has been defeated and Elannort saved. Simon Redhead has found his sword and begun to learn how to use it to become the Everlasting Hero. Yet Simon feels incomplete and Gadiel's forces are still threatening the entire multiverse. Will Simon take the final step to become the Everlasting Hero that the multiverse needs and if he does, what will it cost him?
These are old-style fairy tales for children aged 7 years and up. They are beautifully illustrated in the classic manner by Caitlin Hogan. Many adventures take place in the Wild Wood. They involve children, elves, goblins, trolls, and a lady who might be a witch. Don't forget Gorf the frog, who yearns to be kissed by a beautiful princess, but instead is kissed by a lost, very poor girl.
This book for 6 to 10 year olds is set in a North Queensland sugarcane town in the 1980s. A strange new boy turns up at school. He's not from anywhere nearby. In fact he's not from planet Earth. He's developing special powers, but doesn't know how to use them, and doesn't always use them for good. Will he be accepted or ostracised by the local children? Will he learn to use his powers well?
An anthology of 117 flash fiction stories (up to 1000 words) with a gay theme.
You can just dip in anywhere for a reading snack. Some of the stories are funny, some are sad, some are tragic and some are erotic. Warning – this book contains adult content and references to sexual contact between consenting male adults.
FirstWorld is at the centre of the multiverse and it is under threat. If the Balance tips entirely to Chaos then time will end. A Hero is needed and the Hero needs a powerful Sword, perhaps the most powerful weapon in the multiverse. Simon Redhead is saved from nuclear annihilation and reluctantly pressed into service. Will he accept the role of killing machine and save his new friends?