I started writing furry fiction in December 2011. It was instrumental in changing my outlook on storytelling and worldbuilding and allowing me to live a childhood dream. So far, I have two main series:
As of spring 2021, I completed Riders of the Dream, a 19K-word novella where Star Trek meets Jules Verne in a surreal setting that mirrors the real world in more than one way. (See also: plain text version.) It very quickly spawned a shared setting, and as of autumn 2022 volume one is out in e-book and POD editions, edited by John Sanders. For more details, see my wiki of the setting, always a work in progress.
And now for some non-fiction. I recently brought here my collection of writing advice.
But every writer is first a reader, so here are some of my favorite books (also furry, of course).
Speaking of books, look what I found! My old e-book guide that I'd almost forgotten about.
In unrelated news, here's a copy of my FurAffinity journal that I kept there for 7 years. Ironically enough, that's how many posts there are. At least for now.