Each tale ends with an index to more tales.
Short Stories by C.W.Smoke:
Try the REVISED
Door # 1
If you're a writer who is looking for something, you've come to the right place. Whether you're doing research or trying to get published, there is a pathway in the Library
that will lead you to the information you seek. Looking for advice from the pros? Try Orson Scott Card
or Holly Lisle
. They both know the publishing business from a writer's perspective.
Door # 2
I just did a little 'touch-up' on the Ogre's Den
. That's where you'll find links to many of the popular ezines. This whole website is somewhere around eighty to one hundred pages built piecemeal over a period of nearly ten years spanning my first webpage to the latest commercial Castle Gate
to this dHTML 'front door' that you are in now...
Door # 3
Shoot! Nearly forgot again! Webrings. Got to have a webring link on my front door so ring hoppers don't get lost. OK, here are the links:
Door # 4
When I first discovered HTML in the Spring of 1997, I was an avid chess
player. In fact, I had just won an open invitational tournament on AOL playing against (it turned out) Conrad Goodman
, one of the best correspondence chess players in the world. Fortunately, for me, I had amassed 8 points in my first four matches and needed only a half point
to win the tourney. Thank God!
Door # 5
Let me design your webpage. Click here
for a basic example. Price for a no frills page begins at $75 U.S. My interactive web design store will be online soon.
Curious? See your info
Door # 6
Here's an abbreviated site map for easy navigation:
Door # 7