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WOLF NOTES: An Uncommon Interview – Christopher L. Bennett

Welcome to WOLF NOTES, where interview questions stray from the rest of the pack. It’s nice to know the usual stuff like where an author gets their inspiration and why they write, but sometimes we need a little fun in our lives. 1,808 more words

A. L. Kaplan

Crowdsourcing Mornings: The World’s First Healthy Eating Doll and Fun Picture Book

This is Crowdsourcing Mornings! This post takes place every weekday morning and highlights one crowdsourcing project I liked from Kickstarter, Indiegogo, or other crowdsourcing websites. 294 more words

Crowdsourcing

[Death By Review] Delve into the Dark Fantasy of Awaken RPG

I am a big fan of dark fantasy genre RPG games, stories, and whatever media you can provide. I love the macabre and gothic storytelling, Vampire the Masquerade was one of my first introductions into an RPG setting that really brought out the dark fantasy allure out of me. 1,508 more words

DM Advice

WILD CYBERS: Second stretch goal met! "Abductive Reasoning" is unlocked!

We did it! The Epic Science Fiction Adventures campaign has just surpassed its $1500 stretch goal, which means that all Kickstarter backers at $5 and above will get an electronic copy (DRM-free) of my short story “Abductive Reasoning” along with… 185 more words

My Fiction

One Last Job

One Last Job is an asymmetric card game for two players designed by Brian Cronin and A. Cabrera. Asymmetric simply means both players play the game in different ways. 1,013 more words

Board Games

Kickstarters

Just a reminder: both Timeshift and Drabbledark have ongoing Kickstarters, and they could use your help. It’s all about paying the authors more — and what could be better than that? :)

Writing

The Wild Stars are Coming...

Faster-than-light scouts are arriving at distant suns to discover that they have been “replaced” by white dwarfs… Where have the stars vanished to?!

Terraformers find a world that shows signs of previous human colonization: who were those people and where did they go?! 72 more words