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Meet Marwood: Jobbing journeyman magician in present-day London.

He can’t throw fireballs. Doesn’t get around on a broom. He doesn’t have a cool scar on his forehead.

But when he’s not getting hassle from master alchemists and artificers or drowning his sorrows as a result, you might just find him doing what he can to sort out the crap overlooked by the big city’s Worshipful Company of Magicians.

Regarding profanity, violence and scenes of a sexual nature, please note:

  1. Wizards are as foul mouthed as the average Londoner;

  2. The playing out of scenes of violence is perhaps less frequent in magical society than might be imagined (but not unknown); and finally…

  3. If there were some gratuitous sex to be going on it’s not happening on a regular basis to Marwood (but he really would be game if he had any say in it).

 You may now continue to:

  • A GOBLIN MARKET IN SOHO – Wherein we meet Marwood on the trail of a gay Irish ballet dancer at risk of kidnap by something otherworldly… (okay, goblins).

  • BAD FAITH, UNCIVIL SOCIETY – In which a trip to a Slovakian coffee shop in North London sees Marwood up his neck in necromantic cultists…

  • PEOPLEWATCHING – Someone is about to use dark magic to assault or even kill some other patron in an East London greasy spoon cafe – at least according to the divination of the questionable mantic who’s sent Marwood in anyway. But if he’s right who’s the perpetrator and who the target?

<Click the links above for the short in full – or click the Story Portal page at the top for links on to the same with the option of short short bite-size episodes>

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One response to “* Home *

  1. I haven’t even read one yet. I just KNOW I’m going to enjoy them. Thanks donmuchnforvinbitingvme to read them and solving my long standing reading problem. I just stopped reading. I’ll let you know what I think. Well done for writing them. I’m excited about this whole thing:) del

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