I've been a full-time author since 2012, self-publishing erotica on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Smashwords, and MCStories.com.
Learn more about my writing on my Patreon and more about my job at Lessons in Smut, a site about the ins-and-outs of writing erotica for a living.
Polaris: Part 1, Part 2. (November 2013) Write-ups of a Fate campaign I ran with my cousin and some friends.
Six-Minute Stories: (September-December 2012) Quick stories using inspirations from SixMinuteStory.com. No editing, no revisions, and - most of the time - no endings.
The Gods: (December 2010) The Gods aren't dying out - they're actually growing in population, just in the opposite direction to everyone else.
Mrs Pembrose's Talent: (November 2010) A happily married mother of two is delighted to discover her Talent.
Witch: (April 2009) Tessa was fifteen years old when she killed her first human.
Charlotte Myers: (December 2008) A schoolgirl with a firm religious stance.
Frank, the Man in the Street: (March 2008) A newspaper article about a particularly unusual serial killer.
Glump, of Gloom: (April 2007) When Pip the Postie stops coming by, Glump leaves the swamp to go find her.
Drabbles: (2006-2007) Stories of exactly 100 words.
The Butterflies: (2005) Steward has always been obsessed with the butterflies, those tiny creatures who travel backwards through time.
Since 2006, I've been working on a fictional universe called All-That-Is. Originally it was the setting for an RPG system I was developing, but it wasn't long before I was working on it just for the joy of world-building.
Over the years, I've written a handful of All-That-Is short stories, informational articles and novel starts set in All-That-Is, as well as putting together a wiki and some maps.
In July of 2011, I created the world of Arundel for a 4th Edition Dungeons and Dragons campaign.
Frank: (December 2012)After accidentally taking a party drug, a country boy discovers it gives him superpowers. Watch here.
Help!: (November 2010) An elderly turtle builds a robot to help him around the village. Watch here.
Herpes: (July 2010) Digga teaches Linus the Elephant about the dangers of Herpes.
NAP-Time (November 2008) Chrissie Kangaroo and Linus the Elephant try to work out why Ninja won't wake up. Watch here.
Pregnant: (July 2006) Malcolm gets a text that simply reads "I'm Pregnant", and tries to work out who sent it.
As well as my Blue Beard Business Blog (about the business of starting and running a board-game company) I have a sporadically-updated blog about feminism, board games, the internet and erotica.
For much of 2014, I wrote feminist film reviews, obituaries and feminist film reviews for Illegitimate Theatre, culminating in the invention of a new metric for determining the female-friendliness of a film: The Percy Award.
In 2009, my Canadian friend and I had an extremely scientific debate about who is the best serial killer of all time.