I love a good story, no matter what it's about or who wrote it, if it's  well paced and written with enthusiasm and passion, it will always be worth somebody's time.

I am currently working on two major collaborative pieces that will hopefully one day be published very soon. The prologues of each will be posted here over time. The first is Destinys' Game, a book I am working on with a close friend of mine. The second is SennyDia Adventures, something I am doing with my brother. Both are long-running projects I have been working on for several years, and they have gone through many phases of drafting and organization during the process. Neither are truly complete, but I hope we can get them closer in the next year or so.

I have one novel (all me, not a collaboration) already complete and have begun the querying process to seek a formal publisher. Super excited about that! It's called The Race of Dreams, and is a medieval fantasy, swords and sorcery.

I may occasionally post stories that aren't mine, but each one will have a disclaimer in the description stating whether or not it is mine, and the reasons for putting it on the site.
I have a facebook author page, and there is a series page for Destinys' Game, which will contain mostly concept art and the occasional quote or excerpt from the series.

If you read any of my work, please share your thoughts! I'd love to know them! Positive and negative viewpoints welcome!

My profile picture is one I took myself on a family trip, the dragon lizard is just an awesome picture I saw on the internet.
  • Lexington, Virginia
  • JoinedSeptember 11, 2013

Stories by Tamera May
Night Craft by Tammi32
Night Craft
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Gateway to Baraba by Tammi32
Gateway to Baraba
When the Almeri soldiers march their way through the mountains to fight the Ishaan tribes to the north, even...
Inferno by Tammi32
A three-part prose poem from my upcoming novel. I need a little bit of help finding any flaws in these poems...
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