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Tales From Midhgardhur
By Colin Brodd

Series Description:

Tales from Midhgardhur is a series that expands the stories of the world of Midhgardhur, setting of the novel The Saga of Asa Oathkeeper: A Midhgardhur Fantasy. The setting is a Norse fantasy world, and its stories are retellings of Norse mythology, or stories that put a fantasy spin on Norse history and legend and folktale, or completely original stories that share that setting. If you like fantasy, Vikings, shieldmaidens, Norse mythology, and the like, you'll love Tales of Midhgardhur!

Category: Short Stories
Updated: Monthly
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For Colin Brodd:

Colin Brodd grew up in the great state of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, but currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona. His business cards read "Gentleman Classicist Extraordinaire." He has held many different positions in his life, but his main professional calling has always been a teacher of Latin and Classical Humanities. In addition to Latin and Ancient Greek, he enjoys working with Old English and Old Norse and other old Germanic languages. His favorite genres of fiction are fantasy and science fiction, and he has a great love of RPGs (role-playing games). His favorite nonfiction books tend to be classical and military history or linguistics and languages (especially the aforementioned Greek and Latin). He sincerely appreciates your interest in his work.

Author's Personal Note:

I cannot thank you enough for taking a chance and checking out my work! My self-published work depends on word-of-mouth to succeed, and I can really use your help! If you enjoyed my work, please let people know, especially on social media – blogs, Twitter, Facebook, and any other way you can! I would really appreciate it!

You can follow me on the following social media:

My Author Blog: http://colinandersbrodd.blogspot.com/

Facebook: www.facebook.com/ColinBroddBooks

Twitter: @Valerianus

Tumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/colin-anders-brodd

Thank you again for making my work possible! Happy Reading! Skál!

~ Colin Anders Brodd

Acknowledgements:

I owe great thanks to my wife, Tanya Brodd, who makes my writing possible in so many ways, and who was also my first editor!

Notes:

Midhgardhur is my fantasy version of Miðgarðr (often translated "Middle-Earth," whence Tolkien's use of the term, more literally "Middle-Enclosure/Yard," "Middle-Settlement") - by any name, Earth, the world of mortals, as it appears in Norse mythology, legend, and folktale. My first novels are set in Midhgardhur, but I have a lot of stories from Midhgardhur that are not really novel material or length. These, then, are the Tales from Midhgardhur - shorter pieces set in that world. 

References:

The Saga of Asa Oathkeeper: A Midhgardhur Fantasy

The Tale of Halfdanur the Black

The Midhgardhur Wikia

Midhgardhur Books Website







Series Description:

Tales from Midhgardhur is a series that expands the stories of the world of Midhgardhur, setting of the novel The Saga of Asa Oathkeeper: A Midhgardhur Fantasy. The setting is a Norse fantasy world, and its stories are retellings of Norse mythology, or stories that put a fantasy spin on Norse history and legend and folktale, or completely original stories that share that setting. If you like fantasy, Vikings, shieldmaidens, Norse mythology, and the like, you'll love Tales of Midhgardhur!

Category: Short Stories
Updated: Monthly
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For Colin Brodd:

Colin Brodd grew up in the great state of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, but currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona. His business cards read "Gentleman Classicist Extraordinaire." He has held many different positions in his life, but his main professional calling has always been a teacher of Latin and Classical Humanities. In addition to Latin and Ancient Greek, he enjoys working with Old English and Old Norse and other old Germanic languages. His favorite genres of fiction are fantasy and science fiction, and he has a great love of RPGs (role-playing games). His favorite nonfiction books tend to be classical and military history or linguistics and languages (especially the aforementioned Greek and Latin). He sincerely appreciates your interest in his work.

Author's Personal Note:

I cannot thank you enough for taking a chance and checking out my work! My self-published work depends on word-of-mouth to succeed, and I can really use your help! If you enjoyed my work, please let people know, especially on social media – blogs, Twitter, Facebook, and any other way you can! I would really appreciate it!

You can follow me on the following social media:

My Author Blog: http://colinandersbrodd.blogspot.com/

Facebook: www.facebook.com/ColinBroddBooks

Twitter: @Valerianus

Tumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/colin-anders-brodd

Thank you again for making my work possible! Happy Reading! Skál!

~ Colin Anders Brodd

Acknowledgements:

I owe great thanks to my wife, Tanya Brodd, who makes my writing possible in so many ways, and who was also my first editor!

Notes:

Midhgardhur is my fantasy version of Miðgarðr (often translated "Middle-Earth," whence Tolkien's use of the term, more literally "Middle-Enclosure/Yard," "Middle-Settlement") - by any name, Earth, the world of mortals, as it appears in Norse mythology, legend, and folktale. My first novels are set in Midhgardhur, but I have a lot of stories from Midhgardhur that are not really novel material or length. These, then, are the Tales from Midhgardhur - shorter pieces set in that world. 

References:

The Saga of Asa Oathkeeper: A Midhgardhur Fantasy

The Tale of Halfdanur the Black

The Midhgardhur Wikia

Midhgardhur Books Website