November’s issue of The Lovecraft eZine features a sordid tale of madness and persistence penned by yours truly. Titled “The Dig,” this is a gender-neutral story about a person and something (or someone) known only as “It.”
You can read and listen to The Dig for free online.
If you have an eReader, there is an Amazon Kindle and Barnes and Noble Nook version you can download straight to your device. That format is not free, however, and requires payment of the monetary sort.
I do hope you’ll drop by and experience this particular tale, for sometimes. . . Well, it’s not always a good idea to listen to the voices you hear inside your head — is it?
Falling Scales Part II, penned by yours truly as the sequel to Falling Scales Part I, is now available. This is the final installment in a two-part adventure for the World of Darkness. Fans have started a discussion on the White Wolf forums, you can join us here.
For centuries, terrors have existed just outside our understanding. The public may know or even suspect creatures of the night exist, but millions have managed to go on with their lives, focusing on the mundane, the safe. We’ve passed off the truth as a child’s fairy tale or the ramblings of crazed lunatics. We’ve ignored the reality in order to survive.
Thanks to the actions of the passionate few, we can no longer pretend the supernatural does not exist.
If you’re a Storyteller who is hunting for a good conspiracy, regardless of what players you have at your table, I hope you’ll dive into this adventure and explore yet another corner in the World of Darkness.
I am pleased to announce that Rimward, a new supplement for the Eclipse Phase RPG is available now. As one of the many contributors to this project, I can tell you that this is FULL of information for this ever-expansive game about transhumanism.
Here’s what the new supplement is about:
Rimward brings you to the edge of the solar system, including: The Main Belt, Jovian Republic, Jovian Trojans, Saturn, The Titanian Commonwealth, Uranus and the Ultimates, Neptune, The Kuiper Belt, The Autonomist Alliance, New Morphs and Gear.
Today, I am pleased to announce a new anthology titled The Lion and The Aardvark will include a fable from yours truly titled “Bored to Fu.” The book, which is published through Stone Skin Press, will debut just in time for the holly-daze.
This tome is a collection of Aesop’s Modern Fables and has been edited by Robin Laws. The cover depicted here was illustrated by Jim Zubkavich, a very talented writer and artist (among other hats he wears).
I am excited to announce that the New Hero anthology from Stone Skin Press will debut on June 20th.
To celebrate the release of New Hero, edited by Robin Laws, I’ll be participating in a online blog festivale of literary goodness on June 20th. I’ve hinted that my vampires are different from those you might have read about before. You may have also seen an image of him on the New Hero cover illustrated by Gene Ha.
Now, I hand the reins over to you. Help me come up with questions or topics to promote the launch of this anthology! What do you want to know about “Fangs and Formaldehyde?” Me? The writing/editing process?