Posts Categorized: InterFiction Gazette

Writing Wrongs with Henry Fairchild: The Fellowship Caper, Part 1

As I scrambled through the woods, branches ripping at my clothes, panting, sweat dripping down my forehead, I tried to figure out when exactly I had gone insane. I’m not a warrior. I’m not even particularly adventurous. I’m a software engineer. I certainly enjoy a good hike and being outside, but that’s a far cry from… Read more »

Writing Wrongs

Good morning, dear Reader! Today I want to introduce something new that I’m going to be doing here in an effort to spruce up the blog. I’ve been working on it for a while now, so I hope you enjoy it. As I hinted at before, I’ve been put on the trail of a rogue InterFiction… Read more »

An Interview with a Pilot

My InterFiction badge starts to glow and I hurriedly grab a pad of paper and a pencil… just in time, too, because the next thing I know, I feel that strange sensation – that is becoming more familiar now – of having my insides exchanged for my outsides. It reminds me those Giant Drop type… Read more »

Interview with a Prince

Today I have the great privilege of sharing with you a conversation I had with Prince Vian a few weeks ago — after I had to track him all over the countryside! My goodness, that was a difficult feat, but I kept missing him and his companions. Vian is a character in J.L. Mbewe’s “The Hidden… Read more »