Another entry from my commonplace book to start the week off. (more…)
The Furious Contest of Gork closed last night at midnight-ish, leaving me with a few dozen entries to sift through. As with the Crawling Contest, they were all uniformly excellent, barring the odd ‘I dipped a white-based orruk in green wash, give me my book’ entry. Which, while I admire the chutzpah, ain’t winning you bupkis, chum. And as before, I sincerely wish I had a few more copies of the book to hand out.
But in the end, as Russell Mulcahy taught us, there can be only one. And that one is… (more…)
The kind folks at Meteor House have just announced that my novella, Phileas Fogg and the War of Shadows, is now available in an electronic edition, for both Kindle and the Nook. So if you missed out on either the hardback or the trade version, why not grab a copy today? And be sure to check out all of the other great Meteor House titles, now available as ebooks, including Airship Hunters, by Jim Beard and Duane Spurlock, and The Scarlet Jaguar, by Win Scott Eckert. I can personally recommend both of those, by the way. I’ve read them both, and enjoyed them immensely.
Oh, and remember…Phileas Fogg and the Heart of Osra is now available for preorder. If you enjoyed War of Shadows, you probably don’t want to miss this one. It’s got spies, secret conspiracies, Wold Newton-ry and the requisite (albeit subtle) Lovecraft references.
Seventeen weeks in. I’ve written three books, four short stories, one novella and four pitches. I have also rewritten one of the aforementioned books. It’s been a busy four months. (more…)
Death and ruin.
Death to the dealers of death.
Ruin to the bringers of ruin.
-War-song of the Beast-Bane (more…)
I’ve got a new book coming out this week, which means a stack of author copies on my desk and nowhere to put them. So it’s contest time once again. Specifically, ‘The Furious Contest of Gork (or maybe Mork)’. (more…)