MERLIN SINCLAIR art by Tatukaja Dahsmve


Hello and welcome to my archive library in a small, dusty corner of the Internet.

I've been writing fiction since the mid-1970s and have self-published ten printed books through Lulu Press, though none have been commercially published. I made numerous attempts to submit my manuscripts through professional publishing houses (the latest attempt as recent as January 2016), but the anthro sub-genre of science fiction doesn't seem to be widely accepted. That didn't work out so these days I'm content to simply share my stories with readers who may be interested in the tales I've written.

For well over a decade, the fictional worlds of my creation resided on a personal website under the Dennier.Com domain, so named after the home world of Merlin Sinclair in my Blue Horizon series. Times change and after mulling over the decision for some while, I decided to let my longtime web hosting account and domain name expire to coincide with medical retirement from active fiction writing. This website under a new domain now serves as a library archive of my story material, and although the art galleries and background material are no longer online, all the related stories of the various projects are here intact.

Although I have received some rather nice remarks concerning my projects over the years, due to Internet trolls and the harassment some writers are plagued with, I regret that I can no longer offer the means to contact me. I am no longer accepting IMs, PMs or personal email, my contact addresses have been deactivated and the various forms of social media are of little use to me. I do appreciate your interest, however, and if you've enjoyed the tales on this site, feel free to tell others what you've found. 

If you have just discovered this place, I must apologize in advance. Due to medical issues with my hands and wrists, I have retired from active fiction writing and am no longer weaving stories, so what's here is merely an archive of the main projects I've worked on in the past. I hope there's something here that you may find of interest.

Thanks for stopping by!
Ted R. Blasingame

Art Tatukaja Dahsmve. Merlin Sinclair Ted R. Blasingame. All rights reserved.