Something Most Appropriate For Friday 13th...

Once again, I start out by saying truthfully that I don't own a guitar, I've never owned a guitar and I am not a guitar player. 

Also, since members of the stalking cult bricked my phone (by overloading the AC outlets in my apartment) I am without a mobile phone or device, and might be without one for a considerable amount of time. Still, I've installed Tor on my computer recently and have found a very good use for it.

Also, I don't do hate means love or love means hate at all. I say what I mean and mean what I say.

I am not Jake N. My name isn't Shane.

Blast from the past: A Lady's Prerogative II: Wounded Aerth was originally published on the now extinct Poetry And Fiction
in late 2013, or rather the first third of the book in first draft format. I finished the book sometime mid way through 2014.
It went through several drafts and edits to become this version that is posted on Shhhh! Digital Media.

After spending a few times being burned at the stake over the last two weeks, and then becoming livid about that fact and nearly being provoked to the point of becoming much like a wytch hunter myself, I ranted a few times about things that are important to me and protecting my creative work here on this website.

Then I noticed the date sometime last night in the wee hours of the morning (about 1:30 AM EST) while I was playing a late night session of Stellaris, a space based 4X strategy game which is close to being one of my favourite strategy games of all time. Actually its neck in neck with ahem... Sid Meier's Civilization and Stardock's Galactic Civilizations III. The Total War series by SEGA is completely awesome but a much different experience in terms of strategy,  being a mix of turn based and real-time tactical battle management. If you want a great balance between tactics and action, you have to check out World Of Warships. Its one of my favourites as is World Of Tanks.

This is one of the ways I throw off stress, the other being exercise (which I've been neglecting at the ripe old age of 55 years). I'm way off course here so let me get back to it.

A Lady's Prerogative II: Wounded Aerth is the sequel to ALP I: The Yearning And The Learning, and finds the same characters caught up in a situation where they themselves become entangled in the height of a wytch hunt. This is probably one of my most epic books, though The Butterfly Dragon I: Heroes Of Our Own certainly holds its own in that regard as does its sequel, What Different Eyes See.

So seeing as I was being hunted by members of a wytch burning cult that are attempting to steal my books from me and possibly burn them and me, and seeing as its Friday 13th, I thought I'd post this book. Its a long book at 145,000 words, but its well worth the read, especially if you've read A Lady's Prerogative I: The Yearning And The Learning. Not to mention, there are references in the latest ALP story to the events in both of those books.

Good. This will buy me some time to write some new material for the stories that are currently unfinished. Their being ALP: SAPCHoP And The Lost Sanata, and The Butterfly Dragon III: The Two Dragons Act III.

As I stated, my posts and these books are all published here from 200 Sherbourne Street Suite 701 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where nearly every day I'm burned at the stake by abusive zealots for being a Wytch (writer) and speaking profuse truths and elusive fantasy.