Greetings from the Dragon
In the old days, the dragon could be quite helpful if you got lost on the site. He knew the place backwards and forwards. Alas, the site has changed with time, and he has not. I haven’t mentioned that to him, because he’s been in a good mood–he hasn’t eaten any of the visitors in ages. We want to keep it that way, don’t we?(The dragon was animated using CrazyTalk 6.21. Dragon image is from Fantasy Tales content pack. Cave background is licensed from www.shutterstock.com and copyrighted by Albert Russ. The voice was created using Morph Vox Pro, Creatures of Darkness addon.)
Greetings from the (more or less) Human (depending upon how you count fantasy authors):
Welcome to my website! The stories I kept inside me for so long are now escaping at an alarming rate. If you hurry, you might catch some of them. If you don’t hurry, they might catch you!
I’ve tried to make the site design fairly clear, but in the event that you’re having trouble finding something, the top menu links directly to all major sections of the site. This page links to my whole catalog (through the graphic at the very top), as well as showing new releases, giveaways, and major site news. The right sidebar provides a handy way to subscribe to the newsletter, visit the related Facebook page, and browse recent posts.
The Inner Worlds Trap
Blood Is Thicker Than Runes
Fateful Pathways: A Story of Theseus
As a result of the recent rise in expenses for site security, content from my education website, billhiatt.education, has been moved to this site.
Billhiatt.education began as my classroom website near the end of my teaching career. After my retirement, it became a place for the dissemination of educational resources. It made some sense to keep two websites–not everybody who is interesting in my fantasy books is necessarily interested in my educational materials and vice versa. However, with the increasing security expenses mentioned above, it made sense to consolidate from two websites to one. The education “subsite” has its own pages and blog categories, giving it some of the feel of a separate site for people who are used to its original location. If you’re interested, you can check out the subsite here.