A Life of Fiction CLXVIII

For those of you new to this WordPress site, this site is about me and my writing – and a little about my role-playing, as well. It gives readers a chance to sample my work; and gives me the chance to say a little about the genesis of each novel, or about the process of writing in general.

What To Read First If You’re Into Gas-Lamp Fantasy: This article relates to my WordPress site, and it is, basically, a guide as to what parts of my site you should check out if you’re into gas-lamp fantasy and you want to read some fiction, rather than my blog.

The only gas-lamp fantasy stuff which I have of any length (on this site) is my two Edwyn le Fay novellas.

[The adventures of] Edwyn le Fay comes first. Read it from zero onwards. Roanoke is set years later, after he has become a little more competent. Empire of Steam is not gas-lamp fantasy, but pure steampunk, and was written for NaNoWriMo 2014.

In addition to the above, I do have some steampunk stories on the internet, if you would like to read those as well as gas-lamp fantasy ones. There is Empire of Steam, mentioned above. There are a few others, but spread over the internet.

If you are one of those people who don’t mind paying for things on Kindle then here is a list of what I have published on there (so far), and a rough idea of order in which you might want to read them:

He Sees His World In Red

Rex Mundi

The Sifter Of The Sands Of Time

The Magician At The End Of The World

On Her Majesty’s Mystic Service

The Rift

The Return Of Rex Mundi

An American Adventure

Victoria Forever!

Serpent Rising


The Return of the Ogre

The Last Alchemist

City Of Gold

The Wondrous Adventures of John Briggs and William Prenderghast

The Further Adventures of Briggs and Prenderghast

The Exploits of Briggs and Prenderghast

The Final Adventures of Briggs and Prenderghast



Valley Of The Kings



The Mole Machine

Beneath The Ocean Waves

Into The Ether

The Madman Of The Air

Captain Renegade

Phantom Island

There are a few other bits and pieces on Kindle, and more to go on. But those, I think, are the main ones on there, at the moment.


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