My hobby is writing interactive fiction in the form of gamebooks.It's a small niche, but it's my niche, and I like it here. ^^ You never really feel done; every single one of these I would like to go back and revise and improve. But as I have more pressing projects, those revisions may never happen. In the meantime, here are the gamebooks I have written, to-date. Please enjoy!

Peledgathol - The Last Fortress: My 2011 entry for the Windhammer Prize for Short Gamebook Fiction. Winner of a Merit Award!

The Gates of Heaven and Hell: My 2010 entry for the Windhammer Prize for Short Gamebook Fiction. Also, winner of a Merit Award!

The Grimlock's Cave: I wrote this short piece under the pen name "Richard Knight" in just 3 days in March of 2010. This was for the Kakhabad Sorcery! Adventure Competition, hosted by the official Fighting Fantasy site. Sadly, the results were never posted. The site seems to have gone semi-defunct for a little while after that. While they did eventually (about 8 months later) at least post my submission on their website, as far as I know, to this date, the link still doesn't work.

Castle of Bones: My longest piece so far, and also my first complete work of fiction, this is a full-length gamebook of about 70,000 words. I picked it up again in late 2011 and was well underway on a series of revisions that were (in my opinion) a dramatic improvement, when my laptop was stolen. (Insert expletive here.) At that time, another project reared it's head, so this is what you get. Sorry.

Feel free to share or repost any of these stories! All I ask is that you link back to this website. Thank you =)