The Author

Welcome to the webpage of D.  James Fortescue.  The author hopes to bring something new to the world of fantasy fiction, historical fiction and science fiction.  All works posted on this account remain the property of the author, and permission to reproduce a work must be requested.  The author can be contacted at djamesfortescue@gmail.com.

17 responses

  1. I nominated you for the Sunshine Blogger Award!

    1. Thank you very much Duck! I shall post about it tonight =D

  2. I’m an ass! I didn’t understand that when you changed the name of your site, that I had to change the name of it on my “follows” in order to get your posts. I’ve got a lot to catch up on from you since about April, not only your daily posts, but the stories I was following. My mouth runs a mile a minute, so you should’ve been amazed not to hear from me. I asked you once why there was no more of the stories, but when you assured me they were on your site up to date and I didn’t find them on the old site, I just sat back and waited for more. Sorry, I should have bugged you again until I knew what to do. Also, I did the best I could to follow the instructions for the Sunshine Blog Award you sent me a while back, though I didn’t know how to “grab” the logo and put it on my site. Now I’ve got lots of reading pleasure in front of me while I get caught up on your site. Look for some possibly stupid but well-intentioned comments soon!

    1. I did ponder your silence for a time Doc, sure that the allure of sunshine after a prolonged Vitamin D drought kept you in the wild outdoors.

      A similar scenario had occurred to me, when a lady I follow (not in the stalker sense, of course) changed her website. It took a while to dig and find her original site, with its story postings, but it happened eventually.

      I certainly hope you find ‘Sayeh and Zia’ and ‘On Venusian Cloud Colony Number Nine’ entertaining, as your support and encouragement with ‘Mune and Mura’ was priceless =)

  3. Yes, thank you, I’ve found the two stories very satisfactory so far (just waiting for my next fix–I’ve finished up to Chapter 6, Scene 3 on Venus, and Chapter 4, Scene 3 in Persia).

  4. Hello, I was working on fixing up my LinkedIn page, and I thought it would be great to post the “Mune and Mura” cover I did, but I just wanted to check and make sure it was fine with you before I did it.

    1. You’re far too kind. Thanks very much Duck =D

  5. Hi there,
    Thanks for stopping by my little corner of the blogosphere and for following. Your support is greatly appreciated, Looking forward to seeing more from you 🙂

    Eddie

    1. My pleasure Eddie. I look forward to your photography, and the many literary epiphanies they shall generate =)

  6. […] are unaware, this is a collaborative fantasy building project that comprises of myself, Paul Davis, D. James Forescue, Christine Haggerty, Len Weatherly, Jonathan Boydston, and Dana […]

    1. Thanks very much Duck. I’m flattered =)

  7. […] recently nominated a writing friend of mine to answer 11 questions in the Sunshine Blogger Award.  D. James Fortescue was one of six authors in a collaboration project I joined in 2014.  It was a great deal of fun […]

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