How to Be a Hero
Several decades before Zam’s tale (TODTOL) began, his friend and teacher Jacob Galwen Dorria—simply called Galwen in his latter days—was granted his chance to learn the warrior’s way.
How to be a Hero Parts 1 & 2 are set in the world of TODTOL, but stand alone as short stories centered on one of my favorite characters: Galwen.
Part 2 actually makes Part 1 moot because Part 2 contains Part 1. So, skip the actual book of Part 1, check out Part 2, and enjoy!
I didn't write it, but I did voice the audio book. I fell in love with the humorous voice of the narrator and wanted to be the narrator. Thankfully, the author (Nils Anderson) let me.
Hickory Dock lived in a cottage on the outskirts of a town he never knew the name of. He didn't even know that the cottage was called a cottage. To him, it was simply the world. You see he was a mouse. But not just any mouse. He was the great great great great great great great great grandson of the original Hickory D. Dock. The one of whom such a great fuss was raised all those years ago with him running up and down a clock and it striking one and all that. However...
What's a Willitzberwundle?
"Soon" is a relative term while I search for the right artists,but I'm hopeful these will be out soon. Willitzberwundle and the Amburffling, I See You Moon, PJ's Pjs and the Cow that Jumped Over the Moon, and Jeremy Kimble and the Island of Woe?. All those are completed stories that just need art... And of course there's TODTOL: Book Two still in process.