Two more wilderness community game setting articles for Palladium Books are being featured in The Rifter!
The first is Gohjjunk, a small town in the Pecos Badlands described in Rifter #76. This is up for sale now, so check it out – I’ll be over here staring at the cover art by Nicholas Bradshaw and drooling.
Coming soon is Nowhere, an oasis city of Techno-Wizards in those same badlands. I’m very excited to see this one in Rifter #77, currently scheduled for early March.
I’m still contributing to the Huffington Post and have an article coming in March with High Level Gaming. There’ve been other projects moved to the backburner, which is unfortunate, but I’ll post here if anything more exciting comes up, I promise. Definitely more Rifts stuff coming out in future issues of the Rifter and it’s all pretty awesome material, I can’t wait to see it in print.
My ostrich-like work ethic means that I frequently have my head buried in the sand when it comes to updating anything but the word counts on my projects.
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This article can also be found on the Huffington Post here.
Palladium Books will be featuring an article of mine, “Rifts® Karimyo, Pecos Empire” in their upcoming issue of the Rifter! It describes a small community within the Mad Max-style wasteland of the post-apocalyptic southwestern US in the age of Rifts. Here’s a link to the pre-order page; keep your eyes peeled for its release!
More updates to come, but as ever I am very busy with various projects at the moment. When I have something to report, I guarantee that I’ll post it here before anywhere else!
I’ve had a great time working with Trese Brothers Games thus far, and sat down with them (so to speak – I was sitting down) for a brief interview. You can find the link to that here, complete with links to our 2 eBooks. The full transcript of the interview is also included below. Enjoy! Continue reading
I wanted to put up something a little different after all the recent sci-fi, so I went over to Reddit’s writing prompt subreddit and found this little doozy:
“A hitchhiker murderer picks up a murderous hitchhiker.”
One thing I love about these flash fiction prompts is how quickly they can flow out of you. I put this together in very little time, but with a strong and simple concept like the one above there wasn’t a lot of agonizing over where to go next. It’s a lot of fun, and if you want to do your own there’s no reason it has to be as long as this one.
Here’s my entry – and here’s a link to the Reddit thread so you can upvote my comment!
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Won’t be long now!
Trese Brothers Games is releasing my new eBook Subjective Vengeance as early as tomorrow! I’ll be posting as soon as it’s up, but for now here is the product description that will accompany the eBook on iBooks, Google Play, and Amazon. If everything goes according to plan (and we know how often that happens) then it’ll be up bright and early on Saturday.
Stay tuned for more!
I’m proud to announce that the second eBook in my series for Trese Brothers Games will be out soon (meaning March) and available across Amazon, Google Books, and iBooks!
The book is titled Subjective Vengeance, and takes place in the rich Star Traders universe. Check out the game, it’s a blast. There’s also a free version, but if you take as many Google surveys as I do, you probably have a few bucks knocking around in your account. Well worth it.
Keep your eyes open for the release, with updates available here over the next couple of weeks. I’ll post the official synopsis once Trese Brothers has it up on their site!