Tee Morris began his writing career with his 2002 historical epic fantasy, MOREVI The Chronicles of Rafe & Askana. Tee then appeared in Dragon Moon Press' 2003 release, The Complete Guide to Writing Fantasy. 2004 saw the releases of The Case of The Singing Sword: A Billibub Baddings Mystery and The Fantasy Writer's Companion. It was in 2005 when his idea -- podcasting a novel -- established him as a pioneer in the Social Media movement, becoming the first author to podcast a book in its entirety. That experience led to the founding of Podiobooks.com (with Evo Terra and Chris Miller), the premier site for podcast literature.
Darkest before the Darkwaterby Tee Morris
Tales from the Archives are short stories set in the world of the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences. They explore events mentioned in the novels, characters seen and unseen and may include
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A group of survivors from the airship Guy Fawkes find themselves washed ashore on an uncharted island. In their search for survival they uncover one mystery after another.
Tales from the Archives are short stories set in the world of the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences. They explore events mentioned in the novels, characters seen and unseen and may include novel teasers of things to come.
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This is the text version of a previously podcast story in "The Official Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Anthology." (See either the author's website or the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrances website for more details). Be aware this is a short story. In fact, the author(s) on their website refer it as a "penny dreadful". While the writing is a far cry from dreadful, in fact it is quite delightful, this story has quite a bit in common with those old radio serials. To be specific the plot puts the characters in a dire predicament, gets them out again and then the reader is left at the edge of that proverbial cliff. It's a nice little piece to have if you are a fan of the Ministry or of the author.