Thaddeus White is a speculative fiction author who writes fantasy, fantasy-comedy, sci-fi, steampunk and the odd ghost story.
When not writing, he enjoys reading fantasy and history (classical/medieval), and watching and gambling (with varying degrees of success) on Formula 1.
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Books by Thaddeus White
Ba Renzhong set out for Fort Silverheart the next day, accompanied by a hundred soldiers and mules carrying pay and supplies for the distant fortress. After many days of marching, he finally reached his destination, and was met by Wu Jin, also known as the One-Horned Goat, on the road. … Continue reading
Ba’s heart skipped a beat as he awaited Lady Wen’s reply. “In the flurry of a snowstorm, I mistakenly identified Colonel Ba Renzhong as my attacker,” Lady Wen said. The soldiers gasped in shock, and she went on. “In the bright light of day, it is clear that this man … Continue reading
Ba Renzhong’s hands were bound, and he was escorted through the streets of Ganyang, into the military district, and thrown into prison. After several hours contemplating his predicament and meditating on his fate, he approached the bars and asked a guard to come closer. “It’s likely I’ll be dead tomorrow. … Continue reading
Ba Renzhong closed the door and started to gather the things he would need for his journey. As he donned his armour, he explained the situation to the others. “I’ve been sent to inspect several villages that may be harbouring bandits and stolen property,” the Purple Demon said. “Jiang, Lina, … Continue reading
Iron Belly stepped out of the darkness, sword dripping with blood. “Are you alright, colonel?” the major asked. Ba grimaced. “The day started with a flogging and ended with assassins. I’m looking forward to tomorrow.” He yanked off the mask from one of the dead men. “Recognise him?” Iron Belly … Continue reading
General Gao stared for a moment at Ba, eyes wide with shock. Then he threw his table across the hall, crockery and wine bottles smashing to smithereens. “You dare approach your commanding officer when your armour is dripping with blood? This arrogant contravention of military regulations might have been tolerated … Continue reading
“Well… very impressive,” General Gao said. “Major Cho, you know where White Wood Fortress is?” Iron Belly cleared his throat. “Yes, sir.” “The bandits have been allowed to dwell there too long. Colonel Ba, take Major Cho and fifty men and destroy them,” Gao commanded. Ba’s eyes gleamed at the … Continue reading
Ba left the Hall of Righteous Bloodshed and marched to the quartermaster. Everyone had seen him ride in with Governor Rong so, despite not yet having his seal of authority, the quartermaster readily provided him with a fresh uniform, armour and weapons. Ba thanked him and piled the equipment and … Continue reading
Ba Renzhong screamed a war cry as he charged like a rhino into the midst of the bandits. A spear jabbed at him, but he ducked beneath it and tackled the brigand to the ground. His elbow knocked the criminal witless, and Ba grabbed the spear for himself. Seeing that … Continue reading
This is the story of a lord who mistook a diamond for a pebble, and threw it away. Ba Renzhong hobbled through the wide streets of Tiangjin. Guards marched ahead and behind him, and he was shirtless so that the people lining the streets could see the marks of flogging … Continue reading