Not a lot to say about this. This is just my last post, after a little finagling to make it fit on Instagram.
"Thus, it is widely believed that Fryte became the single richest pirate in the history of Realmgard, and stories of his vast hidden treasure vaults began even within his own lifetime."
"This being a Historie of the Pirates of Realmgard."
The title page to my book of pirates is done — I think. And, man, was it a pain.
It's not done yet, but all the important stuff is there: "History", "Pirates", "Realmgard".
It's, uh, it's less impressive than it sounds.
It's a book about sassy, talking horses, what more do you want?
This is, incidentally, the closest I've ever been to being popular on the Internet. Or at all.
In anticipation of more stuff about Realmgard's pirates, here's a new preview chapter of the most pirate-centric Realmgard story so far, The Bandits of Goldharbour.
Admittedly, it's a terrible adaptation of the source material. It is, however, a great historical(ish) action movie. And, to be fair, there's never been a good adaptation of The Three Musketeers.