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Tales of the Far Wanderers - Pulp adventure tales in a medieval, dystopian future

Posted: Sun Jan 21, 2018 3:45 pm
by David Welch
Now available for pre-order: TALES OF THE FAR WANDERERS

To Gunnar of the Tarn life is wandering. A half-breed with no home to return to, he has escaped the endless wars of his father’s people to drift through the vastness of a land once known as North America. Slow to trust and swift with a sword, he had resigned himself to a lonely, itinerant life. That all changes the day he meets Kamith of the Red Horse. The last of her kind, Kamith barely escapes being sacrificed and joins Gunnar in his wanderings. Together, they will try to build some sort of life in a wild and brutal world. Mad priests, crazy fertility rituals, roving slavers, land-hungry kingdoms, desperate sieges, sprawling civil wars, and deranged warriors are only a few of the challenges they’ll face. Their only reward? To survive and live another day by each other’s side.

Inspired by the sword-slinging pulp heroes of old, this story cycle tells the tales of two vagabonds spurned by the world, and forced to fight off it’s madness at every step. But they’re nothing if not tough, and find in each other much to fight for, and to live for…

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0795CQ5SH

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Re: Tales of the Far Wanderers - Pulp adventure tales in a medieval, dystopian future

Posted: Thu Feb 01, 2018 6:16 pm
by David Welch
New release!

To Gunnar of the Tarn life is wandering. A half-breed with no home to return to, he has escaped the endless wars of his father’s people to drift through the vastness of a land once known as North America. Slow to trust and swift with a sword, he had resigned himself to a lonely, itinerant life. That all changes the day he meets Kamith of the Red Horse. The last of her kind, Kamith barely escapes being sacrificed and joins Gunnar in his wanderings. Together, they will try to build some sort of life in a wild and brutal world. Mad priests, crazy fertility rituals, roving slavers, land-hungry kingdoms, desperate sieges, sprawling civil wars, and deranged warriors are only a few of the challenges they’ll face. Their only reward? To survive and live another day by each other’s side.

Inspired by the sword-slinging pulp heroes of old, this story cycle tells the tales of two vagabonds spurned by the world, and forced to fight off it’s madness at every step. But they’re nothing if not tough, and find in each other much to fight for, and to live for…

Re: Tales of the Far Wanderers - Pulp adventure tales in a medieval, dystopian future

Posted: Fri Feb 02, 2018 12:52 pm
by Litwitlou
You know, that's one of the better blurbs I've read here. if you want to send me a review copy through PDF or kindle, I will read it. Good luck with it.

Re: Tales of the Far Wanderers - Pulp adventure tales in a medieval, dystopian future

Posted: Fri Feb 02, 2018 12:52 pm
by Litwitlou
You know, that's one of the better blurbs I've read here. if you want to send me a review copy through PDF or kindle, I will read it. Good luck with it. Title is a bit weak.

Re: Tales of the Far Wanderers - Pulp adventure tales in a medieval, dystopian future

Posted: Tue Mar 13, 2018 9:35 pm
by David Welch
DISCOUNT PRICE, $.99, this week only!

20,000 years from now North America is a very different place. Civilization is long gone, but the fight for survival goes on. Two vagabonds with no homes to return to will face violent tribes, squabbling kingdoms, and brutal warlords if they are to survive. Who's against them? Pretty much everyone. What do they have to hope for? Surviving another day at each other's side.

TALES OF THE FAR WANDERERS, available on Amazon.

Re: Tales of the Far Wanderers - Pulp adventure tales in a medieval, dystopian future

Posted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 7:03 pm
by David Welch
Gunnar of the Tarn didn't expect much out of life. Kidnapped at a young age, forced to fight for his people's enemies, he used his sword and skills to escape into the wilderness of the Great Grass. Wandering for years, he didn't care about much for than survival. He'd all but resigned himself to a life of wandering solitude when he happens upon Kamith of the Red Horse people. As alone in the worse as he, Gunnar finds himself quite taken with the young woman. Suddenly he's no longer alone, but he is still wandering through an unforgiving world. And now, he has two lives to worry about...

TALES OF THE FAR WANDERERS, available on Amazon!

Re: Tales of the Far Wanderers - Pulp adventure tales in a medieval, dystopian future

Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 8:40 pm
by David Welch
Kamith of the Red Horse hasn't had an easy life. Unable to bear children, she was reduced to second wife status amongst her people. If that wasn't bad enough, her people were subsequently destroyed by powerful neighbors, and she was doomed to be a sacrifice to their dark Gods. Rescued by Gunnar, she now faces a life on wandering amidst the wilds and peoples of a dangerous, medieval world. But brutal as it seems, this new life of hers might just bring her things she could've never imagined in her old world...

TALES OF THE FAR WANDERERS, available on Amazon!

Re: Tales of the Far Wanderers - Pulp adventure tales in a medieval, dystopian future

Posted: Fri Nov 29, 2019 8:36 pm
by David Welch
Discount price, this weekend only! $.99 price on Amazon. Gritty, action-packed, sword and sandal adventures for a great price. TALE OF THE FAR WANDERERS.

Re: Tales of the Far Wanderers - Pulp adventure tales in a medieval, dystopian future

Posted: Sun Apr 05, 2020 4:00 pm
by David Welch
They're taking on a brutal world where civilization is a dim memory. All they have to rely on? Each other.

TALES OF THE FAR WANDERERS, available on Amazon. FREE for Kindle Unlimited.

Re: Tales of the Far Wanderers - Pulp adventure tales in a medieval, dystopian future

Posted: Tue Oct 06, 2020 6:05 pm
by David Welch
To Gunnar of the Tarn life is wandering. A half-breed with no home to return to, he has escaped the endless wars of his father's people to drift through the vastness of a land once known as North America. Slow to trust and swift with a sword, he had resigned himself to a lonely, itinerant life. That all changes the day he meets Kamith of the Red Horse. The last of her kind, Kamith barely escapes being sacrificed and joins Gunnar in his wanderings. Together, they will try to build some sort of life in a wild and brutal world. Mad priests, crazy fertility rituals, roving slavers, land-hungry kingdoms, desperate sieges, sprawling civil wars, and deranged warriors are only a few of the challenges they'll face. Their only reward? To survive and live another day by each other's side.

Inspired by the sword-slinging pulp heroes of old, this story cycle tells the tales of two vagabonds spurned by the world, and forced to fight off it's madness at every step. But they're nothing if not tough, and find in each other much to fight for, and to live for...

TALES OF THE FAR WANDERERS, available on Amazon, FREE for Kindle Unlimited. Now available in paperback!

Also keep an eye out for my new western, THE DAY OF THE DEPUTY, available 10/7.

Re: Tales of the Far Wanderers - Pulp adventure tales in a medieval, dystopian future

Posted: Thu Feb 18, 2021 11:31 pm
by David Welch
Discount price! Only $.99 for limited time. (2/18 – 2/23)

In a land once known as North America, two cast-offs wander through a harsh, medieval dystopian future where civilization is just a dim memory. With no homes to return to, they not only have to face the dangers the wilderness has to offer, but also slavers, nomadic tribes, warring kingdoms, and the political schemes of the corrupt and powerful. All they have to rely on in this broken world? Each other.

Re: Tales of the Far Wanderers - Pulp adventure tales in a medieval, dystopian future

Posted: Fri Apr 02, 2021 6:19 pm
by David Welch
From a five-star Amazon review : 'Just a fun read, no great sermons to preach, or morals to push. Just a fun book to read, sort of a light-hearted Conan the Barbarian. Can't wait for the sequel.'

TALES OF THE FAR WANDERERS, available on Amazon, FREE for Kindle Unlimited. Now also available in PAPERBACK!

Re: Tales of the Far Wanderers - Pulp adventure tales in a medieval, dystopian future

Posted: Thu Jun 17, 2021 3:58 pm
by David Welch
From a five-star Amazon review: 'Fast paced, episodic foray into a future after a cataclysm that resets civilization in the Americas. Several vignettes of a young man and the woman he rescues from death. It all weaves together with enough backstory to build the world as it now is. I enjoyed this read and will reread it on an annual basis.'

TALES OF THE FAR WANDERERS, available on Amazon, FREE for Kindle Unlimited. Now available in paperback!

Re: Tales of the Far Wanderers - Pulp adventure tales in a medieval, dystopian future

Posted: Sun Jul 25, 2021 3:21 pm
by David Welch
From a five-star Amazon review: " Characters that are likable while not being unbelievable, although the sheer number of scrapes they get into is a little improbable, a world that seems to actually work, and action enough for anyone. The only real negative here is that I want to read more about these two--it doesn't seem like their story's finished yet."

TALES OF THE FAR WANDERERS, available on Amazon in ebook or paperback. FREE for Kindle Unlimited.

Re: Tales of the Far Wanderers - Pulp adventure tales in a medieval, dystopian future

Posted: Mon Oct 04, 2021 6:38 pm
by David Welch
From a four-star Amazon review: "This was an entertaining read, and it didn't try to go too far for my tastes plot-wise; the author kept the format to what basically ends up being a series of related short stories, and doesn't get bogged down with something too unrelatable or overarching. The cultures aren't delved into in very great depth, but the read didn't suffer for that, and there is plenty of room left for more interesting stories in the world the author built..."

TALES OF THE FAR WANDERERS, available on Amazon in ebook or paperback, FREE for Kindle Unlimited.