Third chapter of “The Wages of Their Deeds” out today!

You know what the best thing is about being a Literature student, besides the awesomeness of being able to say that yes, I really am supposed to spend all day doing nothing but reading and writing? It’s all the great ideas you get for new stories. Do you know what the worst thing is? That with all that reading and writing I’m supposed to be doing, I have very little time to be writing anything else.

And that’s why I decided to do “The Wages of Their Deeds” as a serial novellette. Having a schedule sets goals, and keeps me working on the story. It keeps me focused, and keeps me from doing what I normally do – which is to start writing the moment I get an idea, only to move on to the next story, as soon as a shiny, new spark of inspiration comes along. And I’m glad, because I really like these characters, and this story, and I hope you will, too.

It’s Sunday, which of course means that the third chapter is out today, and you can find it here, or look for it in in the menu, under “The Stories”. As always, I’ll be happy to hear from anyone who might feel inclined to leave a comment on this post or the chapter, but above all, I hope you will enjoy the story!

Oh, and with Halloween and Allhelgona, the zombies are out in full force. Take care not to whack any living people in the head – people who dress up as zombies are people too, (even though they are evil).

New logo, and first short story posted!

Do you like the new logo? I drew it myself. I think it looks pretty good, though there’s something slightly misshapen about that poor raven that makes me wonder if, maybe, it’s some sort of dangerous mutant. If so, I figured it ought to fit in well around here, so I’m leaving it be.

Also, I published the first of the short stories yesterday! It’s called “En dag till”, and it’s an ominous little postapocalyptic story in Swedish. You can find it, as well as a slightly longer description, under “The Stories” menu. And yes, I’m aware I am missing a “the” in that sentence, but it just sounded too stupid to write.