Want awesome stories of high fantasy, steampunk, and horror? Want them for FREE? Then check out this collection from Ahimsa Kerp!
…from a steampunk world where the Burmese Empire still rules most of Asia, to Japanese death dogs, from the real reason no writings of Socrates exist, to an ancient Sumerian sage corrupted by the modern world stalking the fjords of Oslo, from a town full of women eagerly desperate to avoid sacrifice to a Dragon, to a German cat who really just wants to play a DJ set at the local Techno Festival, these stories span the breadth of the speculative fiction field.
Share the travels of a vagabonding vegan, as Ahimsa Kerp travels the globe in search of beer, board games, and quite a few historical relics (not to mention racking up thousands of miles hiking, writing in some of the most inspiring places on Earth, and generally running from monkeys and rhinos…)
Bookwraiths has posted a great review of, The Roads to Baldairn Motte!
Where other series tend to focus on the “power players” of these types of conflicts, here the three authors decided to take a different approach, shining the spotlight on the more common folk in the tale…
I’ve posted an interview I did with Ahimsa Kerp, one of my co-authors from The Roads to Baldairn Motte, over on Realm Tramper. In addition to fiction writing, Ahimsa has written for numerous travel zines and has traveled to more countries in the past 24 months than many people get to in a lifetime.
A review of, The Roads to Baldairn Motte, from Beauty in Ruins:
For a heroic fantasy novel written by not one, not two, but three authors – Garrett Calcaterra, Craig Comer, and Ahimsa Kerp – The Roads to Baldairn Motte is a surprisingly well-structured, remarkably cohesive tale that actually benefits from the different voices, without seeming fragmented.