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The Fey Matter continues…

Happy Halloween, everyone! It’s been a great October for The Fey Matter. Edits from City Owl Press are almost complete and we’ve started discussing a cover design for the book.

I’ve started writing the second book in the series, and the rough draft of the first chapter is already complete. I can’t wait until readers are able to follow Effie on her adventures!

For now, here is a rough sketch of Effie done by my friend (and INCREDIBLE artist) Ben Thornton.

effie-snipit

Last, if you haven’t already, the Bards & Sages poll is open until the end of the month. Head on over and vote for your favorite story! (click here) My short story, “The Tomb of Jorem’bel”, is in the January issue.

Beauty in Ruins Review: The Roads to Baldairn Motte

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.

Read the rest here!

The Writing of Craig Comer

Welcome to my new website! Check out some free short stories under the Books & Shorts category, or if you’d like to see works by some other great authors, head on over to the Cool Stuff category.

The Roads to Baldairn Motte

BM_Small_newPlunged into a war of succession, captains, lords, and simple crofters struggle against the winds of fate. But try as they might, all roads lead them to the ruins at Baldairn Motte.

“I was drawn into the world of Baldairn Motte at once by the rich prose and promise of high adventure, but it was the characters and the fast moving story that held me literary hostage.”

James P. Blaylock,
Winner of the World Fantasy Award

“The authors have created a rich world that leaps off the page…”

Misty Massey,
Author of Mad Kestrel

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