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#10 - Sword of Fate

#10 – Sword of Fate

Sword of Fate, the final story in the For A Few Gold Pieces More collection just went live today at Musa Publishing, Amazon, Smashwords, Barnes and Noble, and other fine purveyors of e-books everywhere.

For the six of you who’ve been following the storyline (I kid, I kid), this story brings to a conclusion the fight between the protagonist and Gisselle, a dancer, thief, criminal mastermind, and his former fiance. However, when forces beyond natures control are summoned to tip the battle to one side, can an old sword, a stoic shield maiden and a smart-alek shape shifter be enough to keep our protagonist alive long enough for this final confrontation.

I’m not certain if this will be the last story ever for this character, affectionately known as the “Rogue with no name”, but I’m going to be taking a break from his story to focus on some longer pieces of fiction.

Tomorrow, as promised, I’ll post the various folktales and fairy tales I’ve based all ten of the short stories on.

Originally published at Richard C. White. Please leave any comments there.

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  • 25 Jun 2012, 23:54
    Thanks! For some reason I was really sweating the LitCrit class. It wasn't easy by any stretch, but I think I made it harder on myself by overthinking stuff.

    Just one class this fall (schedule just…
  • 25 Jun 2012, 10:09
    Oh wow. Congrats on the A's!
  • 11 Mar 2012, 01:40
    I'm going to take a critique of Dracula based on one school of literary criticism (say, Neo-Marxist) and then deconstruct that critique using the focus of a different school of theory (say feminist,…
  • 7 Mar 2012, 07:54
    Not this year, alas. But I may well take you up on that next time :)
  • 7 Mar 2012, 01:55
    Well, if you want to fly over here, I can put you up at my place and get you a guest ticket. *grin* Might even try to get your opinion of my scotch collection.

    Airfare is on you, though.
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