Hello, Trent here. I live in Palmers Rest, North Carolina and with a raft of strange people you might know from the new book, Sorrows’ Master (about THIS FAR from being up in the kindle store at Amazon.com). The story in that book leaves you in Palmers Rest about 2007.
No, I am not starting this blog late. Yes, an awful lot has happened since then. I’ll catch you up if I can…or you can read the books. However, we’re only now getting published , so…a bunch of color commentary is only fitting.
We aims to amuse, starting now. By writing a blog, of course.
Ms. Fredman, the *cough* author, says of this site, “Mage-Net is the in-character but out-of-story hangout spot for the Alex and his Coven as they live their lives in Palmers Rest.” (Actually, she was less flattering than that.) In other words, this is one of the two companion sites for the Sorrows Chronicles, which begins with the book, Sorrows’ Master, available around New Years, 2014, at the Amazon.com kindle store. I suppose you could categorize it as “urban fantasy with a side of paranormal romance of the ambivalently sexual variety.” As in, who does the hero marry in the end? EVERYONE. Ahahahahaaa….*ahem* Sorry. Got carried away. Anyhow, please consider reading the book.
Ms. Fredman is doing the author thing over at ne-fredman.com, where she’ll be posting artwork and free stories that go along with the Chronicles. Check in there, too. You might find it amusing. Jimmy, our resident photographer and Photoshop Artiste, gave her the materials for those images. Sure, she says we’re only FIGMENTS (of her imagination), but I have a bone to pick about that. *pinches self* Nope, I feel alive and material. Hmph.
Anyhow: As Ms. Fredman says we “put [our] feet up on the furniture, are smoking her cigars, tuning her partner’s TiVo, and drinking all the booze in her cabinets while filling her head with many more stories.” Yup, guilty as charged. And hey, she likes good cigars and our TV tastes aren’t that far apart.
Yes, there will be more! So, please stay tuned. I have a day job at a newspaper, but I’ll try to keep you up to date. Deal?
WELCOME to the madhouse.