Tag Archive | Sharmishtha Basu

Agnijaat and Agnishatdal Update 7.6.17

A bit back, I’d mentioned the change in plans for selling the eZines, Agnijaat (“Fireborn”) and Agnishatdal (“The Lotus of Fire”) on this blog.

While the online store owned and operated by my partner, Miss Sharmishtha Basu, She of Many Blogs, has been shifted entirely to her ownership, I’m looking at options to do my part, largely taking an approach uncharacteristically methodical for me.

I’m making plans for distributing all 20 back issues of both eZines, plus the current issues for the month (Bengali calendar) of Jyeshtha on the Exohuman Journals as a side project as well as her own separate enterprise.

So, in preparation, I’m restoring the Agnijaat and Agnishatdal pages for this site, plus the sticky post for my own stores on Amazon and deviantART, all three to add to over the current and next few months.

Paypal checkout will be a possibility for the eZines, but again, I’ll clarify my objectives and how to meet them using a few findings and tips I’ve uncovered over the past few weeks. If needed, I’ll link from the eZines’ pages here to her online store once that’s up and operating. Two venues, hers and mine, are better than just one, and no matter the outcome, she gets half the profits.

This will require close examination of the possibilities and options, and in the time I’ll take, enough room to make them happen but without making any promises at this point.

Tf. Tk. Tts.

My Second Book Collaboration, ‘Missives from the Chimerical’ is Live!

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.

It may be found by clicking on the cover image or by clicking here, on Amazon

My first book collaboration, ‘Gehenna Parables, Part 1,’ is live on Amazon!

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.

Click on image, or here for link to the store page.