There are three rules for writing the novel. Unfortunately, no one knows what they are.

W. Somerset Maugham

The Diary of the Centurion

They call me the Centurion, but I don’t think I’m Roman. Most likely, I think, I’m from Northern Africa. That was a very long time ago. I remember a woman. She may have been my mother, or my sister, or an aunt, or even just someone from my village. It must have been a village,…More


Magic, while bearing incredible potential, lacks applicability and safety. The required study to adjust the very laws of nature without unforeseen effects demands such an effort as to render it impractical for daily use. To attempt to fix a portion of an object in place leads to immediate effects as the movement of the world…More

The Wildlands

The Wildlands Magic hovers somewhere between a biological source and an expression of will. The core of magic revolves around transmutation of laws. A single law of nature is rewritten in an area, leading to a variety of results. An adept mage, capable of following through on the ramifications of subtle changes, can create a…More