“Slaying Dragons” In Plasma Frequency Plus a CONTEST!
My story, “Slaying Dragons” is available to read in the latest issue of Plasma Frequency Magazine.
(Edited – the story is no longer available online)
Please check it out and let me know what you think of the story!
And if you enjoy it, please consider entering Plasma Frequency’s contest. They are voting on the fave authors for each issue and those authors that win enough votes will get their story into a special anthology. I’d be delighted if you voted for my story, “Slaying Dragons”.
Note: To vote you’ll need to go through a couple pages, providing feedback and direction to the magazine, on their future.
(Edited – My story made it into the anthology)
Great story! Brought me back to a specific part of Dragons of Autumn Twilight by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman. Wasn’t really similar, but for some reason, my mind honed in on that setting right as I began reading.
Glad you enjoyed it!
Awesome writing bro. Keep up the good work.
Thank you, Ben.
Great short story Brent. Do you have any plans to write full length novels?
Thanks, Kelvin. I have written five novels, just trying to find a publisher to take them :)
Howard W Bailey
Great stuff….now if we can only get it onto Kindle for the summer….
I think you can download the issue from their site in .mobi format(?) which can be copied onto a Kindle.
great story brent! :)
Thank you very much, April.
Great write up Brent. Keep it up
Great read Brent.
I love your very descriptive style of writing used in this story. I feel right like I am there. As a reader the one thing i would want would be to know how to pronounce some of the names. Not sure how you would best handle that though. I will leave out other comments as I do not want to ruin the ending for anyone…
Thanks, Joseph. As for the names, that’s up to you! If I were writing a novel I might include a pronunciation guide but for a short story, that’s not really possible. So imagine they sound however you like.
That makes sense. Thanks!
Excellent. Really enjoy your writing style. Thanks Brent.
Thank you very much, Rebecca.