an-thro-po-morph (n). The
ascribing of human motivation, characteristics, or behavior
to inanimate objects, animals, or natural phenomena. --an'thro-po-mor'phic
THE FURMANKIND LIBRARY
Chronicles of Furmankind #1
SUNSET OF FURMANKIND
2011 Novel by Ted R. Blasingame
Follow one man's journey through psychological demons, pain and revelation
through an unwanted transformation into the life of a beast destined to
explore other worlds.
art: Elizabeth Jackson - Brian vs Jonathan
Chronicles of Furmankind #2
LOST IN THE WILDERNESS
2011 Novel by Ted R. Blasingame
Deep within the painful transformations, the furman volunteers undergo
training and education for their coming life's work. Public prejudices and
psychological dangers present more of a threat than any of them realized,
but the ultimate payoff may just make it all worth it all -- providing they
can survive it all to get there.
art: Elizabeth Jackson - Jonathan
Chronicles of Furmankind #3
2014 Novel by Ted R. Blasingame
When the furman colonists set down on a distant world to pave the way for
later human inhabitants, not all is as idyllic as it appears. The indigenous
life forms may not be mere simple animals thought to be harvested for food,
and other uncertain dangers will force the Furs to more primitive measures,
even as a decade-old mystery is in the backs of their minds. The amount of
colonists were few to begin with, but the numbers could be getting smaller.
art: Elizabeth Jackson - Jonathan and Kristen
Novel by Ted R. Blasingame
When an injured Wild West showman’s life is saved by a half-human talking
cheetah impossibly out on the North American wild plains, his life is
changed forever by the existence of a creature he can neither understand nor
explain. When the truth of her presence is revealed, the showman must make a
decision that will forever affect the future of them both.
art: Elizabeth Jackson - Citra Kayah
THE BLUE HORIZON LIBRARY
1996-2009 Serial, 45
Episodes by Ted R. Blasingame with Eileen Blasingame and Steve Carter
Life should be mundane shipping freight across the galaxy, but that doesn't
always seem to be the case for the anthropomorphic captain and crew of the
Blue Horizon. Created by Ted R. Blasingame with some episodes written by
Eileen Blasingame and Steve Carter.
art: Elizabeth Jackson - Merlin, Taro and Sagan
2009 Novel by Ted R.
Things were not easy setting up a new business,
hiring a crew and getting a secondhand ship in order, all while trying to
find clients that were unwilling to trust their goods to a new freighter
with no history. Trouble and frustration seemed to hamper them at every
turn, even after they finally get into space.
years prior to the first Blue Horizon
tale, at a time when the ship and business are first put into operation.
2004 Novel by Ted R.
Aramis Thorne was a genetic anthro wolf with no memories of a possible past
life of piracy. When he is approached with an old starship of questionable
reliability, his life takes a turn for discovery and tragedy with the legend
of an ancient city's treasure snapping at his heels.
art: Elizabeth Jackson - Randon and Aramis
THE SCIENCE FICTION LIBRARY
1992 Novel by Ted R.
A stranger comes to a strange land to escape his past, only to find that his
future is a more desperate landscape. Three travelers find their destinies
intertwined in a journey across time and space, a telepathic billionaire,
his young son and an esper from a far off world. Their journey will take
them from the comfort of the Midwest to play the deadly game of a fabled
lost civilization on the other side of the universe.
photo: Ted Blasingame - Halley's Comet
THE OTHER HORIZONS LIBRARY
For years, I've been entertaining people with my tales and occasionally I
have had friends and fans who have been inspired by what I've done and
wanted to share their own related creations with me. I'm flattered to know
there's such talent out there and I appreciate everyone who thinks enough of
my worlds to want to create their own adventures.
art: Ashley Leuthardt -
Just as an artist may use a sketchbook for miscellaneous scribbles and
doodles, there are times when I feel like working on small stories that may
have no real connection to the other books in my library merely so I can
stay in practice. The tales here will be part of my own virtual sketchbook,
and while they may not contain pictures in the artistic sense, they may
amount to nothing more than scribbles in the end. Although I am officially
retired, there are still times when I feel like working on something that's
not another 300-700 page novel. Will they be worth reading? Maybe, maybe
not, but when I do create short bits of whatnot, this is the library where
they will go. I may even post an old, odd tale or two that I've written
before that pops up from my file cabinet. All material in this library © Ted R. Blasingame.
April Lee - Nightstep, Wavesong and Two Star.
OTHER EDITIONS OF THIS LIBRARY
- free downloads of Kindle
and Nook files.
editions for sale.
editions currently unavailable.
otherwise noted, all material © Ted R. Blasingame. All rights reserved.
Stack of Books © stock image