I guess raising the dead… is kind of a turn on… somehow? Right?? But then the thing is, you have a pretty unwilling audience. Hichristy and Eff bring Vanuva back, but now the stakes are higher than ever.
When Panthalassar gets involved, the fight between the gods gets even messier. Suddenly, bringing the Cull Sow Queen back after she’s been able to toy with them seems like the worst case scenario.
Eff hasn’t been the god of foolishness for very long, but he finally infiltrates the underworld to get Vanuva back. Now only the zealous, capable (and powerfully distracting) Hichristy stands in his way. Will Eff’s best tricks save him and his prized piggy queen?
Fire goddess Hichristy conjures a beautiful vision of Vanuva’s past to try and restore her soul. But a mysterious sow rune forsees a disaster coming to the Cull Sow Queen.
You will be able to have your own copy of “The Cull Sow Queen”, my first novel, by year’s end. Also extremely important: I love Hichristy’s hair.
Eff travels to the underworld for Vanuva’s soul. But he who molded the Cull Sow Queen has only been the God of Foolishness for… a few weeks now?
Refugee Glory tells how Vanuva once saved people using a meat cleaver. This is why you should never say “Soowee!” to the Cull Sow Queen.
Why you need to become a Steam Powered Giraffe fan-fo-life. How an obsession with SPG truly rejuvenated me.
Why a punk fantasy tale about a heroic woman, once called a “pig” and worse, is more than relevant today. Meet Vanuva’s piggy crew and start reading from Chapter 1.
An angel tells Eve a story about the first holy creations, and why the most powerful has always been a damsel in distress.