Lenny Swears Tales

(Note: Lenny Swears ran on twitter from January to August 2013. I took some time off of the project as I finished Mother of the Moonrat and I realized that as much fun as I was having with it, Lenny didn’t have enough followers to keep it up. Twitter is a challenging format to use and I wouldn’t mind starting it back up in the future, but for now I have put it on the backburner. Leave a comment below if you would like Lenny Swears to return. If he gets enough followers on Twitter I just might do it. THC)

A sampling of statements from the diary of Lenui Firegobbler: Master Weaponsmith, Campside Cooky, Swinger of Hammers, Connoisseur of Curses,  and lover of fine muscular women.

This page updated monthly.

To see the live tweets follow @lennyswears on twitter. Or go here and check it out:

January 2013

Lenny gives his advice, starts the story of the Moonrat attack on Wobble

February 2013

Lenny ends the story of the Moonrat attack, gives his parenting advice and advice on love, and begins the story of his trouble with curses.

March 2013

Lenny continues the tale of his trouble with curses which comprises the whole month.

April 2013

April continues Lenny’s trouble with curses as he hunts down one of the Ten Monsters of Legend

May 2013

Lenny approaches the kholoth.

June 2013

Jenny faces off with the legendary kholoth.

July 2013

Lenny finishes his confrontation with the kholoth and ends the tale of his trouble with curses.

August 2013

In which Lenny meets a hot half-dwarf.

2 Responses to Lenny Swears Tales

  1. lincoln wilde says:

    Hi i’m Lincoln Wilde and i am 14 years old. I am Justin’s nephew on Melissa’s side, i have loved your books. It has been the only book series i have ever been able to re-read sense i was a child! Also you spelled Lenny as “Jenny” in the June 2013, section. What was the hardest character to make in “the bowl of souls” series? What is your favorite character you have created in that series too? Mine is Fist. Thank you for the wonderful series!

    • Thank you, Lincoln!

      I really like Fist too. The hardest character to create in the series was probably Tarah Woodblade. It was a challenge creating a character that was so complex and flawed as she is and making her likeable at the same time. I’m glad you enjoy the books. Have you tried Tallow Jones yet? It’s my new favorite.

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