Pan-Gea by James West
focuses on Fawn Rainchild, a sword and sorcery fantasy heroine who is
a mix of Red Sonja and a Bodé Broad. That's what attracted me to
it, to be honest -- it has, to me, that Vaughn/Mark Bodé feel.
But there's also a more "earthy" feel to West's work that makes
The first book is a kind of anthology of short tales about Fawn, setting
the groundwork for the world in which we will soon be treated to further
adventures. There is a sequel set to be published soon by Ape Entertainment
called "Seven Arrows." He has also published various stories
in the "web-comic" format. I look forward to seeing the continued
evolution of West's style.
Visit his website at www.randomordercreations.com