- don't worry though, used a spellchecker afterwards and everything. Here comes some tl/dr...
Anyway. Based on pbm games we used to run when Fenris Games was young (us too), in a weird little alternate universe - let's get it out of the way, there are anthropomorphised animals involved, though not exclusively. Before you run for the hills in fear of furries though, it's not that sorta thing - think Disney instead of dodgy, though a bit more grim. Or in this case, Brumm.
It's a world with a slightly Viking-like mythology (though only a little bit), which is underscored by more of a Celtic one, a Mother Earth or Triple Goddess kind of a thing (Blodeuwedd, Danu, and that lot) - and then edited by a character who doesn't believe in that sort of stuff - although he's happy enough to let the stories sit as they are.
Treads a lot of familiar fantasy grounds, but kinda recognises that it does, and is occasionally more than happy to tramp all over the expectations thereof. Whatevs, as the kids these days are saying.
Meanwhile it's a weird kinda multi-authored affair: dragged our geronimo into it as an unwitting co-writer by way of using several bits and pieces from the magazine-thing we used to write for the wyrdworld game way back when - inserted into the story as occasional interrruptions to the course of things - as articles, journal-entries or what have you from various in-game characters, in a fashion directly 'borrowed' from Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. I've likewise made use of at least a couple of characters as envisaged by some of our players at the time; the idea being that if the thing ends up actually making any sort of sizeable sales, I'll fling out a few royalty-style percentage-payments if/where applicable.
Blah blah, rhubarb rhubarb. On a secondary meanwhile, I'm running a shameless retweet- and share-begging 'campaign' on twitter and facebook for them that do those sort of things, with the chance of winning one of the first 20 print-copies - signed, numbered and certificated: http://www.facebook.com/wyrdworldgenesis/photos/a.1628486187420202.1073741828.1628270720775082/1687198428215644/?type=3&theater¬if_t=like
- or it's otherwise lurking around on Amazon in print and kindle versions (not yet linked together, but here's at least one of 'em: http://www.amazon.co.uk/GENESIS-first-wyrdworld-Brothers-Brumm/dp/1522761853/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1455475970&sr=8-1&keywords=brothers+brumm
)- free with kindle if you're on the unlimited thing.
So that's that - about five years' worth of hour-before bed and half-hour lunch breaks, and at least 60 read-throughs for editing and improvements - and still of course spotted some iffy bits almost as soon as I'd submitted it for final publishing. Hohum.
Right, I'm off, 'nuff blather.
...I am the thing that darkness fears...