The people of Cygil have more to worry about than orcs and goblins. What came after was pure Madness. It threatens to overrun the Realm and consume everything and everyone. It cannot be reasoned with. It cannot be bargained with. It may not even be able to be fought. Advertisements
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I’ve been quiet here for a while. As I’ve said before, I only talk when there is something worth saying. However, I also know that periodic updates are good. So here is one! Descent Into Madness is nearing the halfway point of first-round edits. I’m telling you, this is probably my favorite book in The … Continue reading Progress!
This happy little guy is an orc From The Forgotten Years. His likes include: fighting, axes, and burning down elven villages. His dislikes include: not fighting, and just about anything else that isn’t an orc. (Thanks to Ashton Artform for yet another great piece of artwork!)
Two blog posts in the span of one week! You’d think I was taking this whole writing thing seriously! I figured I’d pop in briefly to say that I have finished writing Descent Into Madness! However, before you pop the champagne and make a terrible mess that I’m going to have to clean up (and … Continue reading Let the Editing Begin
The mastermind behind a network of spies, thieves, and assassins, The Blacksmoke always has a plan in mind, usually motivated by his own desires. He considers Elston to be his city, but is generous enough to let others pretend to rule it. He [redacted] At one time, [redacted] [redacted] (artwork by Ford Ashton of Ashton Artform)
DISCLAIMER: This is not about writing, and it is probably going to be lengthy, but I think you will still enjoy it and you might even find some inspiration from it. Also, I essentially wrote it in my head WHILE running a marathon with an injured leg. Also, there’s a liberal amount of profanity, here. … Continue reading Pigs Have Wings, And They Taste Like Obstinance