These stories should be fine for reading in any order, but if you want, Lofan and Atticus was the first on this site, and you can start from there. However, later stories are likely to be of far better quality.
Howl Sing Rock Sand is a good multi-update story to sink your teeth into if you like things silly and strange.
The Heart and the Obsidian Orb is in the vaguely more serious and traditional fantasy setting of the motionverse if that is more your colour.
Stories set among the many dimensional tunnels that run through worlds and dimensions. The Train runs of tracks in some of these tunnels, and monstrous beings like the Big Mouths prowl the nigh endless ways. There are however four lands that have more direct connections to this meta-dimension. Snowy Elcon, Blazing Korund, Vibrant Faror and the Ludicrously Damp Bluville. The stories in these places should be fine for children and adults, but it is always good to make sure! These stories will often be light and humourous in nature, even if some bad things happen.
These are stories set in the cold lands of Elcon, where the chocolate river runs beneath frozen chocolate water. Of the four lands, it is the wildest and most dangerous.
A Lighter Tale – Contains Lofan
Stories set in a dimension that has not got the train running through it. The tunnel leading through it is small. In this universe magic is motion and patterns. Without motion nothing moves, not even time. These stories set in Kigan, Awarth, Sunder and The Voidspread are vaguely more serious. These stories may be too obscure for young children and at times pretty much everyone(this includes me). I more seriously suggest parental guidance as these stories are set in the terror and wonder of fantasy. Things can of course get a bit silly here too.
Kigan is a round world who’s sky is covered by the branches of the Anchor Tree Yaibggael, who’s fruits are that world’s stars and their sun and moon, Ollan and Nanlach. Kigan has one more sun and moon, ones not borne of the Anchor Tree. Blood red Relhs the prison of torment and Golden Vlahros seen as paradise by many.
The roots of Yaibggael descend deep past Urlbris the mazerealm where the once dead face trials and into the very heart of the planet. There is however another side to Kigan, to those that know how or those that slip, fall or are pulled the right way, a mirror, a shadow or a dream can lead one to the obscure realm of Awarth. A realm of shadows, dreams and reflections.
What is this shattered remnant of a world? Some tales will be close to the Sundering, others when it was a distant memory and some stories will take place in such a vastness that the event is barely known. In time these stories will arise. In the Void, bring your own motion.