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  • Reading Rainbow Emperor reviews The Broken Man by Hawkings Austin. Top-tier world building, characters and great setup, held back by everyone’s least favorite rooster-headed philosophers and one instance of not-murder.
  • Signal Boost:

    October 10, 2018 0
    For all her life, Caina has run from the memory of her cruel mother. But her mother was merely the weakest member of a family of powerful and ruthless sorcerers. Now Caina has the Ring [...]
  • This eclectic, wide-ranging collection of some of Di Filippo’s newest stories—plus one newly excavated gem from nearly thirty years past—illustrates the enormous territory encompassed by modern fantastical fiction in general, and this writer’s realm in [...]
  • Mythic Orbit Blog Tour

    October 10, 2018 0
    How ‘bout Dem Bears?   In Mythic Orbits Vol. 2’s “Seeking What’s Lost,” game designer J’nia Washington has written a grizzly bear character for a contest put on by RPG company Horizon Systems. To get [...]
  • The Mad Missourian, Ben Wheeler returns! A tome of terror and nightmare beyond your reckoning! IT IS THE NECRONOMICON AESTHETICA . Bound in the twisted and flayed flesh of critics and penned with the blood-tear [...]
  • Welcome to the Mythic Orbits Blog Tour! About Mythic Orbits You might be wondering what in the world “Mythic Orbits ” refers to. I’m not sure if it will help reassure you to tell you [...]

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  • Reading Rainbow Emperor reviews The Broken Man by Hawkings Austin. Top-tier world building, characters and great setup, held back by everyone’s least favorite rooster-headed philosophers and one instance of not-murder.
  • Review by Christopher G. Nuttall     During the three-year wait between Goblet of Fire and Order of the Phoenix, I read a lot of Harry Potter fan-fiction. Some of it was good, some of [...]
  • People have told me don’t do this, don’t do that for my entire artistic career. I get warned constantly about my memes being too spicy, or my journalism being too on target, or being at [...]
  • Time for a new twist on the Combat Frame data posts I’ve been making in the run up to XSeed’s launch. Now that Ashion 101, the third artist in my international team of publishing experts, has [...]
  • Three years after I cited Aftermath as the canary in Star Wars’ coal mine, the author of the poorly written SJW message fic in question, soiboi poster child Chuck Wendig, has been informed his services are [...]
  • I was recently interviewed by G. D. Talbot about my writing in the past, present, and future. Have you or will you be willing to collaborate with other authors in the future? Even though I [...]

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