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About Austin Eberle
Austin is a Texas Native and avid fan of all things SciFi. While he might be a programmer by day, on dark and stormy nights (which in Houston is most of them) he can sometimes be found hammering away at a keyboard and proving that you don't need an English lit degree to write. Just a few good ideas, hard work, and supportive people who aren't afraid to point out when something reads like complete garbage.
His first published work, Engineering Ludus, is set in Blaise Corvin's Artifice Universe and included in the Surviving Ludus Anthology. It follows Zac Riggs, an engineering student dropped into a wilderness where the technologies he took for granted literally fall apart in his hands. But with the help of a friendly local and a bit of ingenuity he might be able to survive the trials that await him.
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Ludus is a dangerous fantasy world from the series Delvers LLC and Nora Hazard.
Surviving Ludus can be enjoyed by fans of Delvers LLC, or any readers who enjoy sword and sorcery fantasy, dungeon exploration, survival, portal fantasy, magic-on-monster violence, or touching moments of love and honor.
Blaise Corvin - "Missing in Action"
A story about redemption, family, and loyalty. This story will directly tie into the Delvers LLC storyline, and contains a major reveal for a Delvers LLC main character.
Bastian Knight - "Friends and Enemies"
With a little bit of luck, could an ordinary guy survive on Ludus? What if he meets the wrong sort of people? Then again, what if he meets real friends?
Raymond Johnson - "A Guiding Hand"
Everything Peacehatchet ever cared about has been ripped from him. Does an ork have a soul?
Jon Svenson - "Beyond the Village Borders"
Poor villagers can become adventurers too. Some people on Ludus fall into this lifestyle, but some search for it.
Cory Gaffner - "Enemy Mine"
When a World War II American soldier and a German soldier are transported to Ludus at the same time, will they be able to repay a debt, or kill each other first?
Daylan Ethridge - "Just Another Life on Ludus"
During an attack on Mensk by demons and cultists, many will lose their lives, but some will step up to become heroes. Will an orphan girl defending younger children be a victim, or a shield for the helpless?
Austin Eberle - "Engineering Ludus"
A wide variety of people have been transported to Ludus over the last thousand years. Will an engineering student have any advantage? Is it possible to thrive on Ludus through using brains, not brawn?