Hello! My name is Liam. I write stories. I put them here and hope the right story finds the right person. Maybe there’s a story here for you! If you like what you find, then you might like my novel, Sir Thomas the Hesitant and the Table of Less Valued Knights, available in Kindle and paperback formats.


I’m currently plotting and planning more Less Valued Knights novels. Writing should begin by Summer 2017. In the meantime, I hope you’ll enjoy my free web serial published Mondays and Thursdays, The Curiously Stunted, Incomprehensibly Disjointed, Perfectly Inadequate Adventures of Nicholas Cornelius Holloway. Though little can be done to make sense of Holloway’s various and abrupt predicaments, it’s still probably best to begin at the beginning with The Inadequate Preface, and proceed from there in a manner of your choosing. As Nicholas would say … well, I’m not actually certain what Nicholas would say. Or will say. Or will have said. I’m afraid whatever it is he will have been going to say, he simply hasn’t yet been going to have said it. But I’m sure he will have. Confused? So are we. The Preface may help.


Author Liam Perrin is no stranger to storytelling. He worked for half a decade on the legendary Myst series selected by the Smithsonian American Art Museum as one of five featured games out of 240 in the Renwick Gallery’s standing Art of Video Games exhibition after 3.7 million votes were cast in 175 countries. Liam worked on the series in various roles including technical art, technical game design, and finally as the Live Content Director on the beloved Myst Online (formerly Uru: Ages Beyond Myst).


Sir Thomas the Hesitant and the Table of Less Valued Knights has been described by readers as:

★★★★★ …amazingly clever. Like, Pratchett and Gaiman clever.
“Liam Perrin is amazingly clever. Like, Pratchett and Gaiman clever. Sir Thomas the Hesitant is definitely one of my favorite books I’ve read this year, and I can’t wait to see what other stories Liam Perrin comes up with next.” — Goodreads reviewer Taylor Davis

★★★★★ A little like Lemony Snicket meets TH White.
“…one of the most enjoyable, light reading books I have read for some time. A little like Lemony Snicket meets TH White.”
– Amazon reviewer Daniel Jaye

★★★★★ I just felt so good after reading this…
“The whole story is enthralling, engaging on an individual level, and I finished the book with a silly grin. I just felt so good after reading this, which is sorta the point, isn’t it?” — Goodreads reviewer Cari, Indianapolis