In case you haven’t noticed, Xallion doesn’t look like this in RoC. I just love this picture of my Orc Warrior in World of Warcraft that shares his name.
New character, new party member? You decide. This one I introduce the smith at the Happy Happy Blacksmith.
Rage of the Cursed, Part 5 — The Smith
The city of Terragrecio thrived like a living being. Merchants called to passerbys,…
I’m not sure more awesome can fit in one place. Artist: GREG CAPULLO
For the longest time, I assumed the difference between Science Fiction and Fantasy was simple. Sci-Fi has spaceships. Fantasy had dragons. While this has the potential to be true, it’s more about what those two things mean.
As I get more experience with writing, I realize the most important difference between the two genres…
The more things change.
Sorry for the delay, editing took longer than usual this week, but here’s a new RoC! But Xallion is alone now. What happened to his band of companions?
Rage of the Cursed, Part 5 — The Thief
Five years later.
Xallion sniffed at the forest air, taking in the musky odor of the common dread boar. Mating season.
He shouldered his bow and pushed on, finding his center…
I’ve never considered myself a hard to please person. I stay reasonable and open minded when I consider things close to my heart. However there is a simple line that must be drawn, a minimum requirement to taking on a project that is not your own: Respect.
You’re not kidding anybody.
Consider for a moment, all reboots/remakes are effectively ‘Fan Fictions’. The message is clear:
Superheroes and Voodoo what a winning hand.
As some of you may know, I wrote in NaNoWriMo last year. I got a chance to clean up the manuscript and I’ve posted it in full at Authonomy.com. I plan to write again this year and I’ll be doing an entire novel following Russel Belkin, A.K.A. Micron, this November. So in order to get people excited for Macro Corp: A MATTER OF TIME, here’s chapter 1…
Not recommended for computer desks.
Typically I don’t really have issues with disliking my written work. Last week I worked on a chapter of Kingless Country, looked it over and realized: I hated it with a passion. I couldn’t be any happier.
These days I feel better when I dislike a chapter. It tells me I’ve identified something in in I don’t like. On the flip side if I write something…
More Roman, my contemporary romance. One and Two and Three and Four and Five and Six and Seven are here. There’s some strong language in this, mostly potty mouth stuff, but by now people should expect a pg-13 vibe on MoD — Enjoy
A Manager’s Responsibility
Roman, Part 8
A year ago if you had asked me if I’d ever think I’d be a band manager, I’d tell you to stop smoking. Having it laid out…
The Galaxy might be safe, but your trash can is fucked.
I thought this sort of movie went extinct in the 80s. You know the type, the movies that made you cheer at the screen. I’m talking about movies like “Willow” or “Indiana Jones”.
I went into Guardians of the Galaxy with high hopes, a little higher than my usual cautious optimism. The characters were completely foreign to me outside of…
The Ambrosia herself.
Yay, explosions! I’m going to see the Guardians of the Galaxy this weekend so I figure I’d celebrate with some action. Hope you enjoy Nell Draadich and Brando Blaugrunder’s magician’s duel. It’s a Sage vs. Wizard showdown.
Part 20 – Showdown
The chill of cool air nibbled at Nell’s arms. Moisture swirled around her, peppered with flecks of snow. This isn’t good.
Worst. Article. Ever.
Everyone has movies or books they go into loaded with hype. There are also movies I expect I will hate unconditionally. I avoid those to keep from turning into the Comic Book guy on the Simpsons. I’m not talking about movies like that in this post. Instead I’ll talk about the movies I sit on the fence wondering which way it will go. Will it tumble into the abyss of…