Cage Dunn is an author. The stories told or written by Cage have been out and about in the world for some time. Now that the stories are published imbues the title of Author.
This Writer of Stories – the main job is to create the product – has published these stories for your pleasure – and to chill your blood. See Titles for all complete works (some shorts in PDF), and don’t forget to click on Works in Progress to see what the future holds.
Born and educated in Australia, qualified in Professional Writing and Computing, worked in so many jobs the list goes on for too many pages – the time has come to share the words with the World.
All words on this site that are strung together to make a connection of sense – they’re all mine – copyright to Cage Dunn. See Policies for further details.
There are other stores out there – look in your places, and if they don’t have my books, ask for them. And thank you.
The Narrung Sagas, Book I – The Journey of Shadow. YA Fantasy (the full version of the serial below). Now retired.
The Narrung Sagas, Book 2 – A Dragon Dream. YA Fantasy.
Speculations of a Dark Nature Shorts; 3 volumes of short stories by theme. Compilation of all three pieces of the triptych.
The Blood List Neo-noir, psychological horror, contemporary fear. Now retired.
The Third Moment (awaiting permissions). Update: permissions from too many groups too hard to get – now retired.
I knew I was a storyteller ….
When I was a child
A very young child
I had many siblings
Some were afraid of the dark
Some liked to listen to the dreams of far, far away
All liked to know
Someone was there
To make the darkness into light
Make the monsters be friendly
Give them dreams of a tomorrow
Where they could be wise
I would tell them the stories
Make them up
Take other people’s stories
Make them our own
Whisper them quietly
Speak them loudly
Sing them badly
I did not write these stories down
But I was the storyteller
And they will all tell you
Of their own oral book store.
To contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Received a mention in Barry Dwyer’s book, Systems Analysis and Synthesis – for people who enjoy the challenge; who want to understand what it (‘it’ being business analysis, systems analysis, and putting it all together) means and what it can do.