About the Story:

What is Goodfae? Goodfae is a story about the mafia. Simple, right? Well, actually not so much. Not once you throw fairies, ghosts, gods and monsters into the mix with mobsters and magic. The world of Goodfae is far from copacetic, much like the life of its protagonist, Alfonso Anastasio; a mafioso and newly made man trying to make ends meet to support his bedridden sister. Just like everyone else in the great city of New York, New York, Al wakes up everyday just so he can go to work nine to five and bring home the bread. Unlike other people, Al’s work involves extortion and violent gang warfare alongside the likes of warlock Marquis Allesandri and his crew of vampires, demigods, and changelings. Hey, some people file tax returns, some people file bullets. With the Allesandri family and their capo backing Alfonso and his sister, is he going to walk the road of gold and roses, or is his life and the lives of everyone around him about to become a lot more complicated?

Goodfae updates once a week on the weekends. Arcs will generally be split into seven to fifteen 2500-3000 word chapters a piece, with one or two bonus interludes (sidestories). Due to the nature of the subject material and content, Goodfae is liable to be very dark at times, and not for everyone. Sensitive readers are advised to treat this as a very trigger-heavy work, and should make the decision to read it or not accordingly.

About the Author:

Not much to say here, except that I can be reached at schro902@umn.edu. I’m a new college graduate as of August 2015 and Goodfae is my first real attempt at writing a longer, more focused narrative so yes, there will be mistakes and the occasional scheduling problems (my readers who have stuck with me the longest can attest to that). I hope you’ll be patient with me when those times come and in return I hope I can give you the best experience possible reading Goodfae.


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