Four short-stories duly delivered to Epok Förlag for assessment. Bad, good, publishable? I don’t know, but it feels good.
The stories are quite different. One is a psychological horror story inspired by Lovecraft; another tells the tale of young man who doesn’t appreciate being told what to do. The third is a raw adventure-story in the tradition of Robert E Howard, and the fourth is a fantasy-take on the folk-tale concept about a man who fails to appreciate what he has.
At the same time they are similar in the sense that they all take place in my fantasy-world, expanding it from my novel Brother soul, sister flame (Broder själ, syster flamma). Three of them also revolve around a cataclysmic event that took place a long time ago, but still affects the protagonists more or less directly.
Sounds interesting? It is! Line up, pay up! Ah, yes, there is the little matter of passing through the eye of the needle. Well, let’s keep hoping. I’ll keep you informed.