There are only three more chapters to go in “An Orc for All Seasons”, and with the conclusion of the first book in this series, we are eagerly looking forward to the feedback of our loyal readers. Yes, all three of you noble and delightful folks that are immune to the snooze-inducing commentary that is rapidly becoming known as the book with more travelling than “Lord of the Rings.” If you aren’t comfortable sharing your comments with the world in the section below each blog entry, then go right ahead and shoot us an email. If that isn’t to your liking, feel free to reach out via messenger, or if you have my number, toss out a text. Hearing from other people can only make this story better, because Lord knows, not much else could make it worse.
I do hope that you have enjoyed this story, at least half as much as I enjoyed writing it. If you didn’t like it, I have some bad news. The next book is going to be starting soon after the conclusion of this one. I stole the plot from “Manos, Hands of Fate” and removed all of the elements that gave the story cohesion, and adapted it to orcs and fairyfolk instead of the fellow in the Maude dress and the guy with goat legs. It is wicked awesome.