Lugh writes fiction (both long and short) and poetry. Some is good, some is better, some is "Most Excellent Charley!" Among these pages you will find some gems: a few are polished, a few are still diamonds in the rough, a few might be lumps of coal. Lugh does not write any one genre, although he does tend to gyrate more to the speculative fiction realm with a focus on young adult characters.
Jiovanni Ward's world is falling apart. First, his father is murdered. Then, his mother develops a brain tumor that is slowly killing her, and while she lays dying, his blood begins to burn. Sworn by his father to seek out the guild no sooner than his sixteenth birthday and pressured by his mother to not seek it out at all, Jiovanni must deal with the growing pressures within himself and within his family...see the prologue for more detail.
In the time of troubles the GefahRadan sang Achoron into being and rewarded the faithful by allowing them live in peace under the watchful care of the Radan. Generations are born and die and eventually, the Radan seeks it’s past to provide for its future. Thus the fates of a few are twisted so that two worlds hang in the balance. Thus the saga begins...
Card Tales was written to a challenge to help me get over my writer's block. It is a series of interwoven tales with a single main character, Cardanniel, who gets into a bunch of trouble. At the top of each tale will be a list of required elements. These were part of the challenge. Please note there are continuity errors, and I am aware of them.
Vega-5 is the place where dreams do come true, even the ones you didn’t know you had. It said so, right on the brochure. Bernat Arnad had little hope of his own dreams coming true but there was hope, and that was something to hold on to even if he did have to learn to let go first.
Some faery tales start with a kiss; some end with a kiss. They all take place in a perfect world. Well, if you don't count the wicked step-mother and the prince-eating dragon. This is my version of a modern faery tale. There are no wicked step-mothers nor prince-eating dragons, but not everything is exactly perfect either. And it all starts with a kiss...
You think you know someone: You live with a guy for four years only to find out they aren’t exactly human. Your fiancé meant to wed your best friend. You meet an alien and fall in love. Yeah, you think you know someone…
Prince Anarix is finally Bound. However, much to his father’s displeasure he cannot recall who that might be. Therefore, the King has given his only son until the moon turns to locate his mate or join the priesthood and forfeit the crown.
Raised to believe the being Eldest Unbound is a position of honor, Matov accepts the mantle of Duty fully on his shoulders. However, when fate meets faith, Matov must choose to follow the teachings of the temple or the fire in his heart.
A story of trust and betrayal that will grab you at the start and not let you go until the last word has been consumed. It is not for the weak stomached. Please understand that not everything herein is pleasant. Not everything herein is accurate. Not everything herein is true. These are the facts as they are remembered and sometimes a memory can be deceptive. This is done for therapeutic purposes. This material is not intended to be a soft read. Nor is it intended to shock, however… It may.