Feb
21
2020
0

Some Notes on an Alternate Conception of Hell for In Nomine.

I’ve had this blessed thing half-finished and lost to human sight for years. And then I had the files back, and it’s gonna get sent out for the amusement of an indifferent world, and I don’t care I’m posting it anyway. In Nomine was always my RPG jam.

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Feb
20
2020
6

The “Gonna hear about this a lot” BEFOREIGNERS HBO trailer.

I belong to the SCA; of course I’m going to hear about this.

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Feb
20
2020
0

02/20/2020 Snippet, ANSTEORRA RANGERS.

I can’t believe that the damned thing is finally in the can.

Patreon!

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Feb
20
2020
0

Tweet of the Day, I’m In This Tweet And I Don’t Li… No, Never Mind, We’re Good edition.

I forget sometimes that at the moment I am in fact transitioning from ‘game author’ / ‘unemployed’ to ‘novelist.’

Via @storybrewers.

Feb
20
2020
0

A new installment of The Bold Marauder is up on Patreon (free!)

Patreon!

Well, free until I hit 200 bucks a month. Then it’s a weekly serial behind the paywall. So if you like Pulp SF serials, get in on it now while you still can!

The Bold Marauder, Chapter 5, Part 1

Feb
20
2020
0

02/20/2020 Book Report.

Four more chapters! I think I’m going to power through and hack out the rest by the end of the week. Meanwhile, the hunt for useful video equipment continues. It’s probably still all here, but it’s been scattered across the house over the past four years. Go figure…

Patreon!

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Feb
19
2020
0

Not the most productive day…

…in the end. Date night, and all that. But I’m kind of ahead on stuff anyway, so I shall take heart and not worry about it.

Moe Lane

PS: I gotta say that publishing a book is surprisingly stressful. Especially since there’s nothing really to be stressed about. I can generate enough cash to pay all the bills associated with the book; so what’s the problem, really?

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Feb
19
2020
3

DOC SAVAGE TV series planned.

Welp, this should be interesting.

The Man of Bronze is headed to the small screen. Sony Pictures Television and Neal H. Moritz’s Sony-based Original Film have partnered with CondĂ© Nast Entertainment to develop a scripted television series based on the Doc Savage pulp fiction franchise from the Street & Smith library. The project is part of the new three-year deal Original Film signed with the TV studio last summer.

The scripted series will chronicle his adventures, featuring rampaging dinosaurs, secret societies led by dastardly villains, fantastic gadgets and weapons, death-dealing traps, hair-raising escapes, and plots to rule the earth.

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