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.
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...
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.
2006 Fall Anthology -- A young man faces the consequences of a religous ritual and finds faith in places he never dreamed possible in this first person account of the last year in the life of a human sacrifice during pagan times.
2006 Summer Anthology --- Welcome to Vega-5, where every need and desire can be met, even if you don't know what they are yet. So unpack your bags and enjoy your stay, but remember, what happens on Vega-5, stays on Vega-5, unless the vid-bots broadcast it to the universe.