Welcome to my humble, internet abode!

Hopefully, you came here looking for more information on Artemus Withers and his writings – The Chronicles of Reztap being his first series. If so, congratulations! You’ve reached the right spot! If that wasn’t you’re intention, you’re still welcome to browse around and check out the incredible story of Tar, Gorth and their friends and colleagues dashing around the universe trying to avoid trouble, stepping into deep stinking piles of trouble and manically trying to wash the malodorous, clinging trouble off their lower extremities.

You may insert your noun of choice into the last sentence in place of trouble and you kind of get the idea of where these zany characters wind up and what they have to get themselves out of.

But first – to business!

As you look along the top of your browser window, you’ll notice a menu system of sorts to help you navigate you way around this web site. I highly recommend you first stop by the Subscribe Today link at the BOTTOM of each page. You can sign up for a monthly newsletter and, best of all, you can get a free downloadable eBook of the short story prequel to the Reztap series, “Mishaps and Mayhem – A Reztap Primer”. Go ahead and sign up – it’s only monthly spam, after all!

If any of the above made you smile, or you’ve already received Mishaps and Mayhem and liked it, I highly encourage your next best stop – the ever popular Book link! Yes, this is where you can purchase my most valuable commodity – laughter in print (or digital format)!

To hear the musings and prattling of Artemus, the best target to go is the Blog link. You can catch the interesting and sometimes banal stream of consciousness as it falls, flailing and screaming, direct from the mind of Artemus Withers! OK, in all honesty, that’s probably the scariest page on this web site.

If you’ve ever wanted to find out more about his bloated masterfulness, Artemus Withers, click on the Artemus link. He tells you everything you wanted to know about him and less. It’s the least enlightened page on this web site and possibly on the greater majority of the internet. Really, it’s a mind numbingly pompous representation of the man and his increasingly less believable myth. It’s a hoot and possibly just a little less frightening than the Blog link.

Contact! If, after reading all this and a book or two, you still feel communicating with Artemus is a good idea, click on the Contact link and give him a piece of your mind! He’ll be ever so thankful since, as you can tell from most of the content on this web site and in the books, Artemus has lost a great deal of his own mind and can use the donations.

Happy browsing!