Rich has written the many short stories. Most will appear in a collection of stories in the future. Until then they are available individually.
From the Tales of Marngol collection
Brashani and a group of four other wizards arrive in Marngol hoping to rebuild the town after an invasion many years ago. But the ghost of the town's former mayor, Archimedes Orin, objects. He wants them all to go away and leave the town to rot. But the wizards persuade him to give them a chance and he assigns them the task of removing the Purple Gobblin' from the old inn's basement as a test. Can they coax the creature out of the basement or will they be forced to kill it?
The ghost of a Marngol victim accidentally triggers an old magical experiement that start devouring all the ghosts in town. Can Brashani end the experiment before all the ghosts and the wizards in Marngol are destroyed?
Brashani, a wizard and mayor of Marngol, discovers a baby in the ruins of an old tower. The child appears normal but seems to understand normal speech. Then people start dying and the baby is the prime suspect. Can Brashani unlock the mystery of the baby before it kills everyone and destroys the town?
Brashani seeks to honor the victims of the Marngol Massacre with a dedication of a statue. But the ghost of the town's former mayor, Archimedes Orin, is angry at all the changes Brashani has made in order to reclaim the ruins. Will Archimedes let the statue be unveiled or will Brashani be forced to destroy the former archmage?
Brashani tries to unravel the clues left by his friend to a fabulous treasure. Can he do it without risking his life in the process?
From the Fables and Fiction collection
A local farmer wants the wheat being grown by the local witch. But she will not sell it to him. So he takes it, unaware of the consequences his actions will have for himself -- and the world.
Prospective parents go to a local carnival and learn from a fortune teller that their unborn child will be physically damaged and too big to have naturally. They dismiss the thought as rubbish until they see that the infant is over ten pounds and still growing. They start to wonder what impairment will the child have? Ultimately, they decide it does not matter. They will love the child regardless.
But is that enough? Can the parents handle the situation or will they need to kill the child as the fortune teller suggested?
Russell makes a deal with a fairy to delete all the illegal content he has downloaded in exchange for a chance at happiness. But in the light of day he realizes the fairy was just part of a dream. But soon thereafter he meets a woman and falls in love with her. Will he keep his promise or risk being lonely forever?
More stories are coming. Watch for them.