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Steve Dean's Short Story Fighting With Gods

Fighting With Gods

Deities get bored just like mortal folk. But their pastimes are far more deadly. This short story is about Chansun, an adventurer who finds himself being used as a pawn in a game by some very powerful beings. “The woman spoke, and Chansun fell in love, more deeply and thoroughly than ever before.”

Steve Dean's Fantasy Story A Circle Of Red

A Circle Of Red

They’ll be dead before the end of the year, their bodies wrecked and their minds twisted into the worst insanity. After committing their foul atrocities they’ll eventually be brought down by the royal armies, hacked apart and burnt alive. But not before making more of their own kind, always more.

Steve Dean's Story Mr Wood Visits The Lady Garden, Adult, Erotica

Mr Wood Visits The Lady Garden

‘Lady Garden’ is a euphemism and sounds like a a children’s TV programme. Combined with the British passion for double entendre and innuendo, it led to me writing this story. To get the most out of the story, imagine you’re reading it like one of those constantly happy and patronising children’s presenters.

Steve Dean's Sci-Fi Short Story Alien Interaction

Alien Interaction

Astronomers have been finding exoplanets out there. Planets may mean life, although this doesn’t necessarily mean intelligent life. The question is not why we haven’t found them yet. It’s more like how they will react when they do turn up. Will they steal our water and make us into burgers, or will they bring immortality and reliable Wi-Fi?

Steve Dean's Story From A Distance

From A Distance

I fear Isaac Asimov’s ‘three laws of robotics’ will hardly ever be implemented. Once technology advances, humans will be removed from the chain of command, and the future predicted by science fiction writers will come to pass. It was these thoughts that resulted in the idea for this story.

Steve Dean on Staying Home vs. Adventuring

Adventuring Versus Staying Home

Humans are hard-wired to seek fun, even if at times life, experience and poverty block that need. Even the dourest human should have fun sometimes. Staying home gives you access to collecting porcelain ferrets, rebuilding rotary engines or knitting bobble hats for the neighbours, you name it… What? You need more? Let’s look at some of the pros and cons of staying at home and adventuring.

Steve Dean: Do you Like to Role-Play

Do you Like to Role-Play?

Playing tabletop role-playing games with real people or online. Which one is better, and why? Tabletop games allow social interactions face to face, with people you know and like, even come to love. When it comes to fitting gaming into your life, it’s far easier to play video games than tabletop games. Just don’t shout “die bitch!” on a packed train when you get too involved.

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