Hi there folks, started merging these posts together so that I don’t flood everyone’s feeds quite so much! From here on out I will be doing these in batches of five.
Three new chapters of late- The Bringer of Ruin, Jaws of the Turtle and Across Hidden Shores. Three more chapters of our world in peril, as the machines of war continue to roll. We visit three theatres here- West Africa, East Asia and finally Europe, where the Roman empire is circling the drain. Another three chapters of our Civilization Battle Royale.
As always, go check that out on the page for the project.
Another two chapters over the last fortnight- The Crisis of Padan Plain covering the events in Northern Italy, and When the Bosphorus Runs Red, covering the battle for Constantinople. From darkened evenings at the Roman Palantine to the crumbling statues on the sea of Marmara, we are almost 1600 years into the delicious madness that is the Civilization Battle Royale. Go check them out on the Civilization Battle Royale: The Novel page!
From here on out, I’ll probably just do a post every five chapters or something, to stop this from continually flooding the site. Seeya!
Welcome back to the wonderful mash of history that is Civilization Battle Royale: The Novel. This week’s chapter is the debut of the Trung sisters. In our world, they were a dynamic duo that led Vietnam during the first century against Chinese domination- but in the Battle Royale, they are fighting on equal footing with many other nations and have become somewhat of a fan favourite. Enjoy the next chapter of our wonderful Battle Royale over here.
Welcome back to the wonderful mash of history that is Civilization Battle Royale: The Novel. This week’s chapter is an English one, the homeland of yours truly. We have the Battle of Hastings to contend with this time. You may have heard of the 1066 battle in southern Great Britain- but I am of course referring to the 2635 BC incident in Iberia, in the world of our wonderful Battle Royale.
You can catch up on all the delicious action over here.
Hi there folks. I actually launched two chapters in the last week- Across the Rio Grande and The Westminster Conference. The unusual schedule is because Tpangolin is gearing up for another AI game shortly- MK III of the Civilization Battle Royale. In other news, it seems that the MK II- the game that the novel adapts- has recently achieved a Guiness World Record! The series now holds the record for most-followed strategy game, and is present in the gamer’s edition of the 2017 Guiness Book of World Records. That’s awesome!
I’m working away on Aquis here, having just finished several pages of edit notes that I assembled recently. I quite often read my work on train journies and so forth and make little annotations that get dealt with later, on everything from grammar errors to translation curiosities. Tales from Aquis will of course be making use of the constructed language Lojban here and there- and orchestrating that is rather fun.
Till next time!
Welcome back folks, for the tenth chapter of our multi-millennia epic. Today is a Boer/Ashanti chapter; a return to western Africa as the world continues to turn. Slightly early release today on account of me heading out this evening to watch Rogue One.
As always, you can find today’s chapter on the page for the project.
Note that there will be no chapter on December 26th, as I’ll be away with family over the holiday season- We will however be back with the eleventh chapter on January 2nd.
Go grab today’s chapter, and enjoy!
Welcome back folks, for the ninth chapter of our multi-millennia epic. Today is Attila’s first chapter, Blood and Horses. It promises to be absolutely gorgeous, and this has been one of my favourites to write. Without giving too much away, diving back into some combat-work has reminded me a lot of my work on the Dragon Creek series, with all the lovely grusome warfare that series entailed.
You can view the new chapter over here on the page for the project.
It be the eighth chapter of our 6000 year epic- This time we turn our gaze to the northern alps, where the Romans are holding out. As always, Cadellin.net has epub, mobi and PDF releases of the novel, as well as a PDF of just the most recent chapter. You can view that over here on the page for the project.
Secondly, I have another titbit I thought I’d share with you folks. Last week I did a flash fiction writing thing with my partner Leah, and made a stories with very short wordcount. Here is my personal favourite from that session- fifty words with the topic of “replacement”.
The man wore a false smile, nodding as the woman spoke. She couldn’t see the truth. Behind the mask lay something that was not human; that had never been human. He laughed at her joke, but the mirth did not reach his eyes. For in truth, he had no eyes.
I think I’ve been reading a little too much SCP recently. Anyhow, till next time!
Another week, another chapter. This time we return our gaze to the beautiful coast of South East Australia, where Henry Parkes is building his empire. As always, the chapter is available on the page for the project, in various eBook formats as well as in the form of an individual chapter release for those who want to dive straight into the action.
Its true- after almost two years of random tinkering, The Last Echo is finally out and available to all. I actually wrote the original version back in 2014, and randomly tinkered with it for a further year and a half. The story was selected for the second issue of Ohio-based sci fi magazine JAMM (Just a Minor Malfunction), and is now available on Amazon worldwide.
Subject Echo awakes in a ruined city, long abandoned, with no memory of how she got there. Follow her in her search for the truth, and uncover what happened to the forgotten civilization…
The story received an editing spree from the highly skilled Michael S. Alter, and it promises to be quite the cracker.