Creator of Odd Fiction

I make things, most of them strange, some of them good.

My works thus far include:

  • a podcast about a teenage necromancer seeking immortality and revenge
  • a young adult novel set in a small town of necromancers
  • an adult contemporary fiction about a woman who starts living her life for the first time when she joins a Dungeons & Dragons group
  • a text-based adventure where a necromancer has five days to build a creature and make allies before the angry mob comes for them
  • short stories and microfiction full of hope, humour, and sometimes a touch of horror.

That so much of my work focuses on necromancers makes sense in an odd way. You see, I’m terrified of death and the dead. So … to write about the things that scare me — to humanize and sometimes humourize them — that’s where I find a deep well of creativity.

As for Dungeons & Dragons — it’s amazing to take something that has had such a profound effect on my life and turn it into fiction. Maybe others will relate to the story. Maybe it will bring others to the hobby. All I know is that I love writing about the experience.

You can find me on Mastodon for a peek into my life, or on Wattpad for a look into the future of my fiction writing.

If you enjoy my work, it would mean a lot to me if you would support me on Patreon or even buy me a coffee on Ko-Fi.

Thanks for visiting.

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Soul Jar Podcast

Soul Jar is an episodic fantasy podcast following Gretel Gravetalker, a teenage “necromancer-on-the-rise” as she attempts to bind her soul into a crystal jar by feeding it a constant story of her life. Each episode takes us deeper into Gretel’s past, as well as revealing new complications in the present.

Gretel is a consummate “classic” necromancer — ambitious, bitter, and hungry for vengeance. But she’s also a young woman trying to find her way in a world that has shunned her, and her journey may not end the way she thinks.

Listen to Soul Jar:

Find out more about Soul Jar at

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Crazy Cat People Podcast

**currently on hold**

Crazy Cat People is a podcast for anyone who loves to talk about cats. It’s a cozy, casual chat with cat owners — hearing their stories, discussing cat behaviour (in all its oddity), and having a laugh with people about their beloved lifelong companions.

Listen to Crazy Cat People on Youtube.

Find out more about Crazy Cat People at

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A small town of necromancers. A girl who wants to resurrect old magic. A boy who wants to bring back the past — and doesn’t care who has to die to get it. LIRAEL meets WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS in this librarian-and-necromancy high fantasy.

BOOKS AND BONE is complete at 98,000 words and is currently preparing for querying.



Tar has always felt like a non-player character. She never seems to have enough words to say — to her mum, to her friends, in her job. She feels like she’s just running through set lines and cannot express herself as a person. She’s tried all kinds of escapism — books, video games — but she’s heard Dungeons & Dragons is the real deal.

The only problem: she’ll have to meet people. Face-to-face. And with her awkward mix of autism and anxiety, she’s never been great with people. In fact, she’s been voice-losing, muscle-twitching, running-away bad.

NON PLAYER CHARACTER is currently being drafted. You can read the ongoing 1st draft in serial form for free on Wattpad.



Wydis attempts to tame a feral blackwing dragon in the hopes that together they can challenge the Elysian Knight laying claim to her village in the empty wilds. Only a fellow dragon rider can challenge a Knight, and only nobility are ever given the precious dragon eggs. But Wydis is not a noble and she’ll have to do without a noble dragon or the divine connection that imprinting on a hatchling brings. This blackwing could be her only hope of saving her home — if it doesn’t kill her, first.

BLACKWING WITCH is currently being drafted. You can reading the ongoing 1st draft in serial form for free on Wattpad.

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Other Projects

I have a couple projects in the works, some of which I’m ready to talk about.


Necrolair is a text-based adventure game where you play a necromancer on the run from an angry mob. You have five days to scavenge for body parts and craft an undead creature to defend you.

The thing is, nobody can really survive alone. Not you, and not your creature.

I hope to have the first episode of Necrolair released this year.



I’m audio vlogging about my experiences as a writer generally and during NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month), a writing challenge to write 50,000 words in 30 days. It’s rough and rambling and my accent goes on an adventure of its own — and I think pretty accurately captures what it’s like to be a writer with no clue but the determination to do something.

I’m not someone who has all (or any) of the answers, so it’s less of a writing class and more a peek into one writer’s life. My hope is that charting my struggles and successes will help other writer’s feel less isolated.

You can listen to it on Youtube.

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If you’d like to contact me, you can reach me at my email address victoriaccorva(at) I’m usually pretty quick to respond, and I’d love to hear from you.