Inspiration and Perspective
Much like a fish unaware of the water in which it swims, I posit you are adrift in an ocean of ideas at any given moment. It all depends on how you choose to look at things, how you contextualize them. Look at things through a macabre lens and those scissors resting on the edge of the night table take on a different aspect than they might otherwise. What you have to do is exercise your imagination. What are the extremes you can take a concept, how far are you willing to go. Once you know the outer boundaries of […]
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Be sure to catch FIVE FREE AUDIOBOOKS by Arc Dream. Maybe consider building some good karma by checking out Dennis Detwiller’s Patreon page? And a quiet moment for The Game’s the Thing. I was a frequent guest and the quest for it to come back has hit a twist. Ron and Veronica chose having a happy home life over frantically wedging in a fantastic podcast into their busy lives. I, for one, applaud this bravery, and am happy to see he’s returned to blogging (at about the same time yours truly did). Check out his wordstuffs at Gamer: The Blogging. Find something […]
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Life is wonderful. Isn’t it? It has its ponderous moments. Its chaos. Especially in this digital age. There are heights and depths and all sorts of other bits of madnesses for us to uncover, discover, be blindsided by, and survive. And there are the creative impulses and entropic pulls that keep things altogether interesting (whether we want them to be or not). The crew and I have been quietly writing and brainstorming and mulling and gnashing teeth and all the other things you may (or may not) expect us to be doing. Yet, I’ve not been writing the Razorwise Reports […]Bang! Bang! One Shot #3 is out!
Craving more Agents of Oblivion action? You know you are! Check out the latest mission by Michael Ysker now available from our shop, and at RPGNow. Go get your hands on some fresh pixels while supplies last!Enroll in Monster Academy!!!
Matt Forbeck is a friend and one cool cat. He’s humble, gracious, and an all around great guy. That he’s talented is icing on the cake. I’ve dug his earlier works, such as Carpathia and Amortals, yet I’m particularly intrigued by his latest Kickstarter project, Monster Academy, so wanted to give it a special shout out. You see, he’s slanting his latest trilogy towards the YA audience, but not just the YA audience. Savvy? I recall one or two authors who’ve managed some success with this in the past. Let’s see what Matt has to say about this: Monster Academy is […]