First the interesting news. So this hasn’t been the smoothest book launch I’ve experienced. . . Everyone’s up on the drama that led me to tank the pre-orders and release the book a day ahead of schedule, but it’s turned out there are other errors that didn’t get caught by the last … More Update Available! Also, Time Talk and Spoiler-Alert.
So, I actually made it to GenCon, just on time for its 50th Anniversary. I’ve just known about this ultimate gamer convention since I was twelve and playing original Advanced D&D. What can I say about it? I almost didn’t go, even with an RPG title of my own to show, since many backers have … More GenCon Report
So we’re in the last week of the Kickstarter, and closing on the milestone which will unlock the sweet hardback printing of the Wearing the Cape Special Edition. For everyone who has been waiting for this, the ebook and paperback stretch goals have already been unlocked; whatever happens the book is getting a professional edit, … More A Good Month
So this is it. The end of another year. And I’ve got to admit, I can’t remember one when we have been more divided as a community (I’m speaking of my American readers here). The 2016 Election was the most rancorous election cycle in living memory. The two major parties and their electorates increasingly view … More Imagine. Please.
So, Team-Ups and Crossovers has been out a week. What’s in a week? About 1,000 sales, that’s what. TUAC has hit #1 in one of its Amazon Categories at least twice, and would have hit #1 in the Superhero Novel category were the space not completely crowded out by vampire erotica. In general I’ve been … More And We’re Rolling.
Typhoon, Velveteen, Astra, and The Mighty Halo. Not quite the finished cover-art, but close… So I’m two months late. I’ve learned two things this year; 1.) I don’t multi-task at all well, and 2.) writing short stories is as hard as writing novels. Well you live and you learn, especially when you have no choice … More Team Ups and Crossovers
I love the look on GL’s face. Seeing the launch of this new Green Lantern arc has got me thinking of epic scale–what I like to call “epicosity”–and consequences in superhero worlds. Because, let’s face it, if we’re talking about flocks of ringbearers and not one but two worlds ruled by Clark’s Law (Apokolypse and … More Epicosity and Consequences.