Bella Pawson.

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Meet Bella Pawson.

Age: 20

Gender: Female

Race: Dog (Husky)

Hometown/Region/Country: High Moon, Dogonna, Luterra.

Height: 1.5 Meters.

Occupation: King’s squire.

Likes: Sports, Work, Art, Sailing, Cooking.

Favorite music: Sara Bareilles – Brave

Meet Bella. The adopted sister of Baxter (They both are). Some might claim she is the leveling factor to her brother and his shenanigans, but they would be wrong. Bella is eventually shanghaied into her brothers adventure to become a knight but soon proves to be her own force to be reckoned with.  Bella did earn the title of first female squire ever in Dogonna, so she has that going for her.

-Silver the Bard. If you haven’t heard from me, assume I’m dead and avenge me.

Baxter Pawson.

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Meet Baxter Pawson.

Age: 17

Gender: Male

Race: Dog (Corgi)

Hometown/Region/Country: High Moon, Dogonna, Luterra.

Height: 1.4 Meters. (1.4444444 into infinity. If you really must count. )

Occupation: King’s squire.

Likes: Appetizers, Condiments, Confectionery, Desserts, Dips, Dried foods, Dumplings Noodles, Pies, Sandwiches, Sauces, Snack foods, Soups, Stews and Chivalry.

Favorite music: Italobrothers – Stamp On The Ground.

 

Meet Baxter. The reason corgi knight exists. This lovable bundle of fur was the first to challenge the social normal in Dogonna and decide to become a knight. Even if there were no knights. He’s not one to be stopped by such frivolous things like logic and tradition, he wants to be a knight and by dog it he’s gonna do it.

 

-Silver the Bard. If you haven’t heard from me, assume I’m dead and avenge me.

Corgi Knight Begins.

IMG_20180410_152513If anyone ever tells you that fiction writing is easy, I want you to smack them right in the head. Aim for a soft spot like the temple or eyes. Fiction writing is hard and it should be hard. I’m starting this book/blog/podcast because it a challenge, because it a magnificent art form and because people told me I couldn’t do it.

So why write a fantasy novel?

1: Fame. (Hahahah! No.)

2: Fortune. (“Don’t get cocky kid.”)

3: To make your parents respect you. (Maybe with years of therapy Buck-o.)

4: To create something new. (Yeah! This one! That’s the ticket!)

I’m writing Corgi Knight to create, to entertain and to challenge myself. Dungeons and Dragons was my first medium and I crafted an entire world for my players, never once did I realize it could translate into a skill (+5 writing). The above picture is a mural created by my players to thank me for the great time they had. I used a basis of many different things from D&D, but overall it was a story by my hand and a tale of the hero’s by my players. Now it’s time to make something completely new. A world nobody has seen or heard of yet. Something that I can truly give. A world of Corgi Knight.

 

-Silver the bard. If you haven’t heard from me, assume I’m dead and avenge me.

 

 

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