I’ve been a bad, bad boy. I’ve let Sword’s Edge grow very, very quiet. July and August were quite the months for me. Prepping for Gen Con, then getting “Crossing the Millers” out the door, and finally—this month—finishing a re-write and update of my soon to be released RPG of Viking mayhem titled Kiss My Axe: Thirteen Warriors and an Angel of Death, kept me very, very busy.
But Gen Con is done. “Crossing the Millers: A Sword Noir Adventure” is available for sale. Last night I delivered the completed manuscript for Kiss My Axe to Rob Wakefield for layout.
It’s all done.
That doesn’t mean I have nothing more in the hopper. “Suffer the Witch: A Viking Adventure” is scheduled for an update, as it will be the product that follows up Kiss My Axe. But I have time. And the adventure is short.
I have hopes to get Sword’s Edge moving again. It’s never been particularly busy, but I’m going to try to cast Raise Dead on this mofo.
First up: I have a dilemma with a modern military campaign I’ve been planning.
Stay tuned. And welcome back.
You can find “Crossing the Millers: A Sword Noir Adventure” here.
You can find more information on Kiss My Axe: Thirteen Warriors and an Angel of Death here.
I have been busy, it’s just been over at the Sword’s Edge Publishing website.