(This post was last edited for content on Friday, January 24, 2014. Also, due to an avalanche of spam, I disabled comments on this and earlier posts. Newer posts should have comments enabled now. If you have trouble commenting, I’ll be glad to respond to emails, and you can still comment at my older blog, Goblins in the Library.)
Hello, and thanks for checking out my work! My name is Chris Willrich (rhymes with “stitch”) and I write fantasy and science fiction. I am represented by Barry Goldblatt Literary.
My first novel, The Scroll of Years (Pyr, September 2013) is now on sale. Scroll recounts a turning point in the lives of the poet Persimmon Gaunt and the thief Imago Bone, lovers and partners in crime in a sword-and-sorcery world. Yearning to retire from adventuring, settle down, and start a family, Gaunt and Bone must instead flee magical assassins all the way to the farthest East of their continent, there to encounter a grand empire with dangers of its own.
That eye-catching cover art is by Kerem Beyit.
You can read their adventure “The Mermaid and the Mortal Thing” (originally appearing in Flashing Swords) for free at Lightspeed.
A chronologically later adventure, “The Sword of Loving Kindness”, is also available at Beneath Ceaseless Skies.
My second novel, The Dagger of Trust, will be a tie-in to Paizo Publishing’s Pathfinder game world. It features Gideon Gull, bard and secret agent, and a whole crew of colorful and dangerous characters. I am also working on The Silk Map, a sequel to The Scroll of Years.
Thanks to Matthew Kressel for the web design for this page, and thanks again to everyone who has visited. For now, I’m still maintaining a separate blog at Goblins in the Library, and you’re welcome to head there for more information.