Ryan Fitzgerald is an author of primarily dark fantasy, with a hint of science fiction for good measure. Although he has a few novels in the works, he prefers the novella for episodic storytelling. He currently resides in Calgary, Alberta.
In the fourth episode of Shadows, Bryan McAllister is faced with the mysterious disappearance of Anna, Royal McAllister, and Dr. Whitly. Equally mysterious is the re-appearance of someone Bryan never knew existed, someone who has taken control of Omega Technologies and shut down the GSA. Somehow, he must find Anna and get answers.
After abandoning their transport ship, the crew and passengers of the Starship Mathias crash land on an unknown and hostile planet—Deus. They discover fantastic and malevolent creatures on the planet's surface as they search for the other survivors and are soon drawn into a maniacal sorcerer's scheme to turn himself into a god and destroy all life in the universe, one planet at a time.
In third and final part of The Legion Rises, after the destruction of the dark tower of Carundas and their battle with the Legion, the remaining survivors of the Starship Mathias band together to stop the sorcerer Mal. But first they must find him and their time runs short. Soon, the machine will transform Mal into a god with the power to destroy all life in the universe, one planet at a time.
In the third episode of Shadows, Bryan McAllister investigates the list Anna showed him at the old Omega Technologies facility. There's only one problem: the police are investigating too, and the police consider him a suspect. 25,000 words. Includes a sample of the next episode.
In second part of The Legion Rises, after their encounter with the Legion, the survivors of the fated crash landing of the Starship Mathias set off to free their shipmates from the hands of the tyrant orc warlord Carundas. They only have one problem: according to the elf Yerreal's contact, no such warlord exists.
In the second episode of Shadows, Bryan McAllister refuses to deal with the consequences of his hazardous mistakes and instead takes Dr. Whitly's offer to go to New York City to hunt down Larien Russell, a man whose psychic powers lead his victims to suicide. A man on a killing spree who won't stop until somebody makes him. 25,500 words. Includes a sample of the next episode.
Bryan McAllister wants nothing more than to prove that his uncle Royal orphaned him. When he begins snooping where he shouldn't, his uncle sends him away under the guise of a promotion. But it's no promotion, and he soon finds himself trapped in the dark with a band of mercenaries and a dark secret, a secret that may well claim all their lives.
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In part 1 of The Legion Rises, the crew and passengers of the Starship Mathias crash-land on an unknown and hostile planet—Deus—after the ship malfunctions. While they search for the other survivors, they encounter fantastic and malevolent creatures populating the planet's surface. But within the wreckage of their escape pods lurks an insidious manifestation of the dead that seeks vengeance ...