Hey, guys. I’m in the process of setting up purchase options for two eZines (Full disclosure: I contribute to one of them, Agnishatdal.), by the amazing and talented Sharmishtha Basu. One, Agnijaat, features her own work, while Agnishatdal features a mix of material from contributors from around the world and Miss Basu’s own material. Together, these shine light on artistic and literary talents (of which I am neither) from India and abroad.
These eZines are to be sold in PDF form, and on this site will be available to purchase via PayPal from their own pages once I set everything up. Both current issues and back issues will be available on each page, so I’ll be updating each page each month as new issues come out. I’m experimenting with options currently, and will keep you updated on this as progress is made.
Hey, all. I’ve completed an new book collaboration with the prolific Miss Sharmishtha Basu, a collection of her fantasy stories and her classic story, The Child of Woods. I had a lot of fun generating the cover art for this, with a three-layer process using Ultra Fractal 5.
Faeries, animals that speak, humans intruding on an alien world, creatures friendly and hostile alike. This is a collection of stories, many never published elsewhere, some familiar to the authoress’ readers, opening a window to the more humorous and lighthearted.
My first book collaboration with the amazing Sharmishtha Basu is now available on Amazon, for only $2.99!
Otherworldly beings from beyond space-time, spirits of darkness, monsters from the dark of the human psyche. These and others populate the pages of this collection of short stories, bringing darkness to the brightest of souls.
Weapons from the distant past . . . relics of terrifying power created by a dead civilization, now in the hands of a new human species. These are the mysterious hypershards, and their owners possessed of the planet-killing might of the gods themselves. This pair of stories features these relics, and the first to wield one, the Fractus, first Bringer of the End in his baptism of fire, and the events that followed. Who found the ‘shards, and what was their fate? Whatever happened to the Fractus, and what transpired after that fateful first mission?
Find out in this volume bringing these two stories together for the first time!
I’m happy to say that I’ve joined in a writing and publishing collaboration with the awesome and talented Miss Sharmishtha Basu, hailing from Kolkata, West Bengal. You don’t need me to tell you what country that’s in!
So, she’s in the process of rewriting some of her ebooks for Kindle, releasing quite a few more in the near future, one of which, Gehenna Parables, Part 1, is awaiting a few touch-ups to be published on my Amazon store under both our names due the 28th of this month as per her request.
I’ve mostly served as its editor, though I’ve contributed one story to it, the author bios and the book’s introduction and formatted it for upload on the tail end of the 27th, just in time to go live on the 28th.
I’ll also be editing quarterlies of her twin eZines, Agnijaat, and Agnishatdal, and other shared projects as they come up.
The images below are linked respectively to my fractal gallery on DeviantArt, my Amazon author page with links to my published books, and lastly, my Facebook profile. Click on them, poke around, and see what’s there! The font for these images is Arkham, not my own, and may be found here. Drop by my Facebook profile and say hello!