Unfinished novels

Gwalawala is an unfinished novel for 2000, about a boy who dreams about a magical world every night. Over time, his dreams become more lifelike than real life...

Shadow of Cneko is a story I started to write to entertain some of my online friends. It contains a few in-jokes but should be readable for anyone familiar with magic fantasy. Rated "teen" for some violent death of non-player characters. They deserved it!

What Daydreams Don't Tell is my failed attempt at the 2002 NaNoWriMo. It is mostly lighthearted and slightly indecent in places, although less so than real life, not to mention TV.

DarkEyes is my failed attempt at the 2003 NaNoWriMo. More decent, more romantic than erotic, sometimes dark and dramatic but with frequent glimpses of humor, it is one of my best works. Or would have been if I ever finished it.

Sugar High School is my failed attempt at the 2004 NaNoWriMo, or National Novel Writing Month. This has become not just a yearly event, but it is now national in most civilized nations! Be sure to join the stampede this November. It is fun and crazy!

The Boy, the Girl and the Werecat is the beginning of my 2006 NaNoWriMo novel. The magic element here is toned down to the point where barely even the main character believes in it. Unfortunately, the story got fluffier and fluffier toward the end.

Moonlit Path is the beginning of my 2007 NaNoWriMo novel. It is a story about two Lightwielders traveling together on a quest. It is meant to be funny, heartwarming and reasonably family-friendly. It should also be easier to read than most of my novels.

Tormod Random is an example of my latest innovation, dicewriting. Like an urban fantasy novel where one of its grandparents was a role playing game, this is written with some help of three 6-sided dice. It is from 2015. Rated T for teenagers.