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For people who write medieval fantasy, play medieval rpgs, and the people who read or play those worlds. For me, the medieval world is 1066 to 1509, b...
 

Virtual Panel of Writers

Last night I had the pleasure to take part in a panel of superhero writers discussing antiheroes and fallen heroes. Enjoy!

Review, Shall We?

Life moves more slowly in the era of Quarantine, but stuff is still happening. On a personal level, Benita and I have been working on our house, planting trees, and catching up on projects. The medieval library is almost done, the stairs are almost done, and it’s time to fix up the garage and […]

New Interview with Me–Writing, Art, & More

Twenty Questions With Scott Story You can find the interview here, on B.W. Morris website. Enjoy!

Fantasy World Building I

This is a new series of blog posts that I’m going to write about world building for my coming books, although the same information would also help gamers. It’s a little different for gamers because the end goal is a different storytelling medium, but it’s in the same ballpark.

The setting I’m detailing is […]

Lesson From Arrow II

I’ve written about the elements I enjoyed about the CW show Arrow, lessons that I took away as a writer. Now it’s probably worth writing about what made me lose interest.

I mentioned in the last post that I get bored with shows and books easily. I’m not what you would call a completist at […]

More Writerly Observations

Now that the show Arrow is over, a retrospective would be nice. That is not what this is. I really enjoyed the show, although I have not seen the last season and a half, nor have I seen the latest crossover “Crises of Infinite Earths.” I may watch them at some point, but maybe […]

Observations & Lessons

I’m reading G.R.R. Martin’s A Game of Thrones, the first book in his massive fantasy epic. I know I’m a decade behind the curve on this, but I enjoyed the first season of the show, so I thought I would make the plunge. I’ve never read any of Martin’s other works, so this was […]

Cool Reviews, Fun Stuff!

Hello, all you fine examples of human development.

I’ve got three lovely reviews for the advance copies of Story Studios Presents Changing of the Guard.

Kevin T. Phillips 5.0 out of 5 stars

Fast-paced and visceral, this action-packed story even tugs at the heartstrings

Make no mistake, this is a superhero story. The author […]