Riley wrote the script using Nano and Gedit. The computers used on the project ran free software atop GNU/Linux. To illustrate and letter this comic, we used Krita and Inkscape.
We’re grateful to these artists for creating the fonts and assets we used in this project.
Chango is licensed under OFL-1.0 by Fontstage.
Gochi Hand is licensed under OFL-1.0 by Huerta Tipográfica.
Louis George Café is licensed under a custom license by Chen Yining, email@example.com.
Potta One is licensed under OFL-1.0 by HuertaFont Zone 108.
speechbubbles template is licensed under CC-BY-4.0 by David Revoy, www.davidrevoy.com
The Woethief (novel)
Nyla Woethief has two minds, and an unborn child to protect. She longs to be free from her mistress, Gemma, who forces her to steal people’s bad memories. If she wins the next two duels, she will become Princess. Will that be enough to free her from Gemma and her treacherous ex-husband? Does an insectoid girl who haunts her dreams offer hope, or danger?
True Love’s Kiss (short story)
Tarry is part of a toad raiding party, but he hates making trouble with humans. When a human girl kisses him, he must risk everything to protect her. For ages 13 and up.
Cocoon (short story)
Sal’s sister, Charlea, is sick, very sick. The village doctors can’t help. Does a mysterious woman from another world have the answers to save Charlea? For all ages.
The Last Bridge (short story)
Deadly Pentapods march toward Earl’s. Will his bravery stop their attack? For ages 13 and up.
Operaton Firestorm (short Story)
Highroad Squad must locate Colonel Long, a Cambrian officer in charge of an airship with a weapon capable of incinerating entire buildings. The enemy airship crashed 50 kilometers to the northeast. Can Highroad Squad capture Colonel Long and recover information about this weapon? For ages 13 and up.
TEXT © Autumn Patterson and Seth Patterson
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