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James L. Grant is best known as a guy who draws cats and bad things. His short fiction has appeared in Weird Tales Magazine, Bloodlust UK, Gothic.net, and various other strange places. His first novel, Pedestrian Wolves, was sold to Wildside Press in 2004. After that came On The Banks Of Lethe, on Stonegarden Books, and everything's just gone downhill in the world ever since. James lives in Dallas, TX, with his wife and co-creator, Mel Hynes, with his daughter and three whiny cats.
Excellent story, engaging and humorous. Unfortunately, it sets the stage for a ripping yarn, then ends without telling it! Read morePublished on June 7, 2012 by Amazon Customer
Barbarian sword-and-sorcery books have never been of great interest to me. It's one of those genres, like military science fiction, high fantasy, and paranormal romance, where I... Read morePublished on July 28, 2011 by Amazon Customer
Don't be fooled by the somewhat whimsical title; Velan the Reticent is both more and less than a parody of Conan and other sword-and-sorcery tales. Read morePublished on May 8, 2011 by Kristan O. Overstreet
Fun story. Excellent character development. You become entranced by the players and don't want to put it down and miss something. There MUST be a follow up! Read morePublished on May 7, 2011 by smokey