Monthly Archives: July 2015

On the Con

In case you didn’t know, I’m at Gen Con. You can see my schedule here. As you might have noticed, it’s a very, very busy schedule. If you happen to be in the area, come and see me to say … Continue reading

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Five Canadian Craft Brews

Sunday was barbeque day with our family friends. They have two daughters as well. When the families get together, the girls disappear and the parents enjoy some conversation. It’s become a tradition to bring different beers every time we do … Continue reading

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Accidental Survivors: Starting – The Campaigninging

A new podcast episode has been released into the wild. In this one, Chris and I chat about my Gen Con plans (my Gen Con calendar is here, and you can see me at the Indie RPG Matchmaker and Historical … Continue reading

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Jupiter Ascending

So my wife and I watched Jupiter Ascending last night. I wanted to check it out because it looked like a pretty sprawling space opera. My wife kind of knew of it, but to say she was interested in watching … Continue reading

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Gen Con Social

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Fiction Friday: The Boltcutter – The Estate

The Boltcutter – the Estate Alor lived in a walled estate, like all the former rebel commanders. Most of the homes in the city had short walls, about chest high, to demarcate their extent. Many such places shared walls. The … Continue reading

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The Boltcutter Ebook

The final chapter of “the Boltcutter” will be available at Sword’s Edge, on Friday 17 Jul at 1900 EST. Right now, the full story is available as an ebook from Amazon, and you can find it here. The story will … Continue reading

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The Bunraku Effect

There is a neat little movie called Bunraku that tells a story in a kind of fantasy realm of modern suits and crossed blades with not a firearm in sight. During the opening, we are told this is a post-apocalyptic tale, and guns … Continue reading

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Hell On Wheels

After my disappointment with Strange Empire, Accidental Chris told me to try Hell on Wheels, which is available on Canadian Netflix. I had watched the first episode and wasn’t intrigued, but Chris told me it got better. It certainly does. … Continue reading

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No-Fiction Friday: But I’m Writing

In getting back in to regular fiction writing, I’ve given myself permission to write to no purpose. This is going to create a lot more starts without finishes, but I’m okay with that. Since my sale to Black Gate back … Continue reading

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