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Austin Colton

Fantasy author and Artist

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The Ballad of Sorrows

Complete Trilogy Available Now!

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A Mask, A Soldier, and the Darkness That Binds Them.

In the heart of war-torn lands, a young soldier named Khaeth stands on the precipice of destiny. On the eve of battle, fate intervenes in the form of a mysterious mask that grants him the power to see through the shroud of darkness. With this newfound magical artifact, Khaeth decides he must use this power to stop the battle and save his friends.

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Books in Progress

The Darkness of Immortal Souls (Novella)
4th Draft – 100%

The Cleanup Crew (Horror Novel)
2nd Draft – 100%

Epic of Khaeth (Book 1)
1st Draft – 25%

Serpents of the Eclipse (New Series)
1st Draft – 100%

Secret Project (Novel)
1st Draft – 8%

Nightmare Eaters (Horror Novel) – Paused
1st Draft – 42%

About Austin

A jack of all trades, Austin compulsively takes on far too many projects at once. He has found this a good strategy for curing perpetual boredom and a head stuck in the clouds. Austin lives in Arizona where he writes, paints, and looks for new stories to enjoy.

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The Power of Finishing Things

By |April 30th, 2024|Categories: Uncategorized|

“You have to finish things — that’s what you learn from, you learn by finishing things.” ― Neil Gaiman Today I published the final book in my first trilogy The Ballad of Sorrows. It is strange to look back on my journey to get here and I couldn't help but remember the best advice I ever received. Finish things. It's been so long now that I am not sure which YouTube video I watched, wither it was an interview or a speech or something else entirely. But I do remember that Neil [...]

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