All Change!

Welcome to the new look “World of the Teigr Princess”!

I got bored of the old look; it was dark and gloomy, not welcoming in any way. I also got bored of keeping everything separate; it takes such a lot of effort to keep more than one blog going and I am, essentially lazy – show me the easy way to do something and I’ll do it…

…Except when I am making things – I go for quality when I’m designing and making, as well as when I am editing / formatting…

Ahem.

So the last few days have been spent rearranging things on this blog, removing stuff from the other blogs and adding it into the mix here.

If you take a look at the menu bar, I’ve separated the book pages into menus under the pen name (Kira Morgana or A. E. Churchyard) that they are published as. Where a series is listed, each series has a sub menu with a page for each book. Just hover over the menu to explore.

I’ve also added a “Free Stuff to Read” section. You’ll find different pieces of work in here; a serial story called “Confessions of an Unintentional Bartender“, a Doctor Who Fan-fiction and space to expand into; I’m intending on posting some of my poetry and short stories that haven’t been published yet. I’ll also be doing Author Interviews and Book Reviews, so keep your eyes open for that!

The final section (which isn’t up yet) is going to be about my other creative endeavours… as you may remember, I design and make a variety of objects using various different techniques; everything from Cakes, Cookies and Candy to Figurines, Jewellery and Jumpers. I’m going to showcase the best of my work from all of those areas.

And yes, I’ll still be blogging about whatever pops into my head, be it books, bread or babies…

Enjoy!

A New Blog?

… or just an archive for the serial stories that I write?

I’m not actually all that sure…

What on earth are you talking about, woman? Please make sense or I shall have to slap you up upside of the face with a haddock.

All right, no need to get violent.

A while back I attempted to start a serial story blog. It was called Confessions of an Unintentional Bar Tender and was sort of autobiographical in that I was writing about things that had happened to me, but basing them in a third person story way.

It petered out after four posts, never got any views and was a bit of a disappointment.

However, I didn’t want to get rid of it and I still like the concept.  Of a serial story blog I mean.

So I did a bit of tweaking and turned the blog into “The Serial Story Teller”

The original story for Confessions of an Unintentional Bar Tender is still there.  It has its own page and you can read the posts that tell it; but it’s no longer the focus of the blog. I will at some point, add more to it, but at the moment I have so much to do that the back burner I put it on has gone out.

Tales of Cassius  has gone the same way. The short story had sold no copies on any of the sites I’d published it on and I was getting fed up with it being there, jeering at me. So I’ve unpublished it and added it to “The Serial Story Teller”. When I have enough words written, I will take it down and publish it as a book, but until then, it will only be available to read through the blog.

I had a story concept idea that was too strong to ignore, but I am too busy to write at the moment. The concept is called The Chronicles of Pentagon City.

Inspired by my friend and one of my favourite authors, Paul Trembling,  as well as the fantasy comedy that is the Discworld, by Sir Terry Pratchett, Pentagon City is a place that I want to explore… once Quargard has released it’s death grip on my fantasy mind…

So if you want to read some of my work and decide if you want to buy my books, feel free to take a look at the stories I’m writing over there. All comments are welcome (believe it or not, I even welcome the negative ones… I’m that odd!) as they will help me to refine my works.

If you get hooked into a particular character or story over there, feel free to tell me and prod me to write more about them, I work much better when I know I’m actually entertaining someone… and should anything disappear over there then it’s probably being prepped for release as a book, so keep an eye on the blog page there for the latest news on the stories.

Well that’s enough of that – I have some work to do, and a webzine to get out.

See you later!