Age of Sigmar

New Interviews

I’ve been remiss about mentioning a few recent Black Library-specific interviews.

First up is a two part interview with Michael Dodd, over at Track of Words.

Josh Reynolds Talks Humour, Horror and the Age of Reynolds

Then there’s a two part audio interview with Kenny Lull of the Combat Phase Podcast. The first part of the interview starts at the 53 minute mark.

And last but not least, an interview with Tyler Mengel, of Mengel Miniatures.

Age of Reynolds: An Interview with Josh Reynolds

And if you’d like to see me in person, I’ll be at the Black Library Weekender this weekend. If you’re around, come say hello. I’ll be signing books on Saturday and Sunday, and on…various panels.

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The Hexwood War

My newest Age of Sigmar novella, “Hammerhal”, is now available from Black Library in the new anthology, Hammerhal & Other Stories. It finds Gardus Steel Soul and his silver-armoured Hallowed Knights at war once more, this time against the sinister machinations of the servants of Tzeentch. (more…)

Hounds of Pleasure

Tzekmek, Great Changer of the Barrowflock, shrilled curses as a pervasive, sugar-sweet scent permeated the air of the fens. With the guardians of the dead in disarray, and the Wickenmotte in flames, the magics of the marsh barrows had been theirs for the taking.

But even as the Tzaangor warflock had moved to plunder the ancient ruins, their celebrations were interrupted by the skirl of strange pipes and joyful, inhuman shrieks. The air had taken on an oily sheen the shaman recognised all too well…the veil was drawn thin, and something had issued forth from the realms beyond sensation. 

Now, gaunt, glistening shapes loped through the mists and hunched trees, their abominable laughter tainting the very air. Daemons, but not those loyal to the Feathered Lords. Rather, these served the Great Schemer’s lost sibling, Slaanesh. And with the way so generously cleared of opposition by the Tzaangor, they had come to claim the magics of the barrows for themselves.

Perhaps they thought the charnel grounds held some secret which would return their lost god to them. Perhaps they were simply scavengers. Either way, they could not be allowed to plunder Tzekmek’s hard-won spoils of war.

Not without a fight.  (more…)