KETRIN LIVES! Redux...
OK, I know I said the story would resume...
And then I went and suffered a loss of motivation. What can I say? Maybe it’s Covid, or maybe I just got depressed by the fricked-up direction the world is taking right now. Please believe me when I say that I do want to resume the story, and I’m doing my best to get back to work on it. Until then, please bear with me.
Part One Part Two
Part Three Part Four
Part Five Part Six
Part Seven Part Eight
Part Nine Part Ten
Part Eleven Part Twelve
Part Thirteen Part Fourteen
Kipling and Ketrin
and Mowgli and Me
Jaskri and the Maiden
The Sculptor’s Model
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Welcome to Ketrin’s World. I’m Leem, and I have set up this site in a shameless attempt to get feedback on my ongoing jungle science fiction fantasy adventure novel Ketrin (the story of a Misplaced Orphan With Grafted Lupinoid Instincts), and other stories that take place on the same planet.
September 2017: You’ll have noticed the new banner. I’ve also revised the site design so that it will hopefully look better on widescreen monitors. Any comments on the changes would be welcome.
Let’s try to clear up one ongoing bit of confusion, shall we? Just as The Nice did not in fact release an album called Five Bridges Suite - the album was called Five Bridges, while “Five Bridges Suite” was one of the tracks - likewise, Ketrin’s World refers to the title of this WEBSITE. The actual STORY of Ketrin and his friends is simply entitled Ketrin. Everybody got that? Sigh. One lives in hope.
Early instalments of Ketrin, along with the other stories, originally appeared on my other site, The Pygmalion Syndrome. Most of the stories on that site were written solely (and unashamedly) for purposes of titillation. Ketrin and the other stories I’ve singled out to showcase on this site do have their fair share of erotic moments as well, but they also have more complex plotting and characterisation, and I hope you’ll agree with me that they possess some literary merit.