Recently ensconced at St. Saviours' University, young William Stanley MacFaddyen has desires to become a romantic poet, an author of historical adventure novels, and above all, a... More > successful student.
Unfortunately, Robert Burns' views on the "best laid plans of mice and men" soon prove to be correct. Starting badly when the puritanical dean of St. Saviours', MacKillick, orders him to cut his flowing hair, things quickly start to run out of control.
Trying to escape reality by retreating into the world of his own novel, "The Sword of Lochglen", the two worlds of fact and fiction collide. And when he is introduced to St. Saviours' newly-arrived first lady lecturer, Dr. Jean MacKenzie, life becomes very complicated indeed.
Mature readers only.
Contains some Scottish dialect language which may be incomprehensible to non-natives.< Less
Sword of Lochglen Issue 2
Recently ensconced at St. Saviours' University, young William Stanley MacFaddyen has desires to become a romantic poet, an author of historical adventure novels, and above all, a... More > succesful student.
Realising he has fallen hopelessly in love with his tutor, Dr. Jeanette Mackenzie, MacFaddyen finds a finds a serious obstruction to his romantic ambitions in the form of her stoic and snobbish husband, Gregor.
Deciding to use the grim facts of his life as fuel for his fantasy fiction, MacFaddyen casts those around him as the heroes and villains in his epic novel, 'The Sword of Lochglen'. As reality begins to blur, life begins to get very complicated indeed...
This is the second part of the complete and utterly unexpurgated confessions of
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Chaz Wood's 2010 folio
Wish & the Will: Sundancer's Regret Episode 2
In the world of Middengarth, where fairytales and folklore are history, and magic still lingers in the air, strange things are afoot...
Outlaws Jeth Sundancer, Renzo K. Castello and Claudia have... More > been chased out of Middengarth City by the forces of law and order, and now struggle for survival in the harsh realm of the Outlands. Herein, they have to contend with a crusty riverboat captain and his rag-tag crew; a psychopathic First Mate on board a trading vessel and an incredibly ill-fitting corset, all on the road to the 'biggest bank job ever'. Things are further complicated when Renzo & Jeth's old friend, Smiffy Smurkin, takes an instant dislike to Claudia on account of the colour of her hair and threatens their entire operation. How can our hapless anti-heroes hope to throw a spanner in the clockwork wheels of the tyrannical Daemonlords against such continued opposition?< Less