Medieval World Building
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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...
 

Updates Galore:

Hi, Reader People!

Last week I wrote a long post about simulation theory and digitizing and downloading people, but I had the good sense not to post it because it probably would bore most people to tears. Most people are not even aware of the coming singularity (however you define it). Maybe I’ll post […]

Old Fashioned Miscellaneous Musings

Hello, Internet, my old friend, I’ve come to …

Um, yeah. Okay. I couldn’t help it.

I’ve got a lot on my plate, but I couldn’t be happier about it. If you are curious enough to find out about what is going on in our lives, here is a post from Benita on […]

Covers, Cover Bands, Cover Ups

The Changing of the Guard cover is now finished and lettered.

Name of the Shadow is still a work in progress, but it’s getting closer to taking its final form. The is the unlettered cover of Local Hero Press’s new book Plague by Adrienne Dellwo […]

Story Studios–Publishing trope-twisting genre mashups since 2004

Hello, Greeting, Hola, Etc.

The title of this post, the “Story Studios…” one, is our new tag line, aka elevator pitch. I believe it pretty much describes what we’ve always produced here. The studio, and its history and mission statement, will get it’s own page soon.

My drawing board, where I draw and ink […]

Keywords, Fringe, Media, and Guided View

Hello, Most Excellent Readers!

I’m taking advantage of one of my days off today, and getting a bunch of things finished or (in some cases) begun.

 

Johnny Saturn: Intelligent Redesign

On this graphic novel, I’ve finished the Guided View Kindle edition, and I’ve already uploaded to Drivethrucomics this morning. I’ve got ths edition […]

Stuff, Stuff, Stuffy Stufforama

Hello, Hello! (Imagine I’m saying it like Steven Fry on QI did)

Me, Benita, and Bob Hickey from 2013

Stuff (not in order):

I just ran my keywords for “City of the Broken Gate” on a keyword analyzer known as Kindle Samurai, and I discovered that the search terms I had entered on […]