The Prose Gallery
My favored reading material as a child were stories of
the fantastic and mythology. I grew up on books such as Andrew Lang's
collected fairy stories, Robin Hood and King Arthur and the knights of
the round table. Then graduated to works of Fantasy and Science Fiction.
Little wonder then, that most of my writing has a bent toward the fantastic.
The advent of the computer brought role-playing games
to my world. Even before I played Dungeons and Dragons on paper, I played
it on the computer. As the genre developed, I eventually began to play
the games online and joined online communities to discuss them.
A small sampling of online articles written in my part-time
Gameglobe on MMORPG.com
Mushroom Wars on RTSGuru.com
Vendatta Online - Mobile on MMORPG.com
Clash of Clans Review on RTSGuru.com
Guild Wars 2 - Hands On Preview on MMORPG.com
Casual Collective rebranding interview on Inside Socal Games
Torchlight II - Building on the Original on MMORPG.com
Stones Review on Inside Social Games
Otherland MMO - The First Look on PC.IGN.com
Are Games Art? on PC.IGN.com
Is MMO Audio Ready for the Big Time? on PC.IGN.com
Champions Online Hands-On Preview on PC.IGN.com
Hello Kitty Online Preview on MMORPG.com
Wizard 101 Preview on Commonsense Advisory
State of the MMOG on PC.IGN.com
Toyshop for DS on Commonsense Advisory - a Parental Advisory Group
Interview with Final Fantasy XI Devs on MMORPG.com
Disney Princess Enchanted journey on Gamersinfo.net
Matrox Triple-Headtogo Review on MMORPG.com
Talk Like a Pirate Day on Gamersinfo.net
Halo ActionClix at PAX 2007 on Gamersinfo.net
Aural Fixation - The Escapist Magazine
EverQuest2 Interview - CES2007 on Warcry.com
Editorial - Girl Gamers... Are they real? on MMORPG.com
A Tale of 3 Vikings Review on Gamersinfo.net
These are stories in the Fantasy genre, some loosely
based on the world of EverQuest.
Some are original works of fiction.
The Stolen Princess
The Wright Flyer
Across the Wall or Sharpe's Stardust
Erotica. What is erotica? It has sometimes been described in
this manner: "What I like is erotica... what you like is porn." A judgement
determined by personal taste. Can erotica be considered "soft"
porn? Perhaps. I like to think of my erotica as evocative writing. That
which educes erotic and sensuous imaginings.