CHANNILLO
Millicent Fogworth's Retirement Home For Spies.
By Robert Swim + Trent Fairbury

Series Description:

Just notes and a daily log of events from the Manager, Millicent Fogworth, on happenings at her busy residence for retired spies. Everyone is welcome, as long as they have kept their previous life quiet, and wish to assist Millicent in her "special projects."

Category/Genre(s): Humor, Short Stories, Horror, Humor
Updated: Undecided
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For Trent Fairbury:

Historical props maker, and set designer for motion pictures. Specializes in locating those places which are best suited for Westerns, Daniel Boone stories, and in locating those big, old Victorian Mansions which no one ever wants to ring the bell at halloween.

Third generation Maker, learned machining in a 1915 era shop, and started out as a blacksmith at age 17. Longs for the day can drive the 1919 out for a cruise to the grocery store, and NOT be bothered by people wanting to buy it. Built my first cannon at age 12, Converted a carriage to electric at age 17,..... wish had kept it.







Series Description:

Just notes and a daily log of events from the Manager, Millicent Fogworth, on happenings at her busy residence for retired spies. Everyone is welcome, as long as they have kept their previous life quiet, and wish to assist Millicent in her "special projects."

Category/Genre(s): Humor, Short Stories, Horror, Humor
Updated: Undecided
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For Trent Fairbury:

Historical props maker, and set designer for motion pictures. Specializes in locating those places which are best suited for Westerns, Daniel Boone stories, and in locating those big, old Victorian Mansions which no one ever wants to ring the bell at halloween.

Third generation Maker, learned machining in a 1915 era shop, and started out as a blacksmith at age 17. Longs for the day can drive the 1919 out for a cruise to the grocery store, and NOT be bothered by people wanting to buy it. Built my first cannon at age 12, Converted a carriage to electric at age 17,..... wish had kept it.