The Sagas of Surgard the Traveler by Robert Collins

Summary of "The Sagas of Surgard The Traveler":
Foolish giants. Suspicious savages. Duplicitous wizards. Monsters with attorneys. It's all in a day's work for Surgard the Traveler!  The collection has 13 short stories, all fantasy and all humor.

Why he feels anyone should read any of his short stories:
We all need a good laugh from time to time.  There's lots to poke fun at in the genres of fantasy and myth.  An inspiration for one of the stories was a satirical RPG character Steve Jackson invented called "Conman the Barbarian."  Another was inspired by one of the "Hitch-Hiker's Guide" books.  In another I got to reference "What's Opera, Doc."  They were loads of fun to write; I hope readers enjoy them as much.

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