Monthly Archives: August 2016

Voice Acting

So last week I auditioned for a voice acting gig. No, seriously. I should explain. For years I’ve been running table top RPGs for my circle of friends. As a compulsive world-builder and aspiring writer that I am, I’m usually the … Continue reading

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News 8/26/16

So I’ve got a bit of a good news bad news scenario folks. For the time being, the official update schedule for short stories is going to be pushed back to every two weeks. There are several reasons for this. … Continue reading

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Operation Caesar’s Folly (part XVII)

Dissatisfactory grunting was quickly becoming Issac’s favorite expression. It possessed a boundless utility, implying any number of things, positive or negative, without having to put forth any thought whatsoever. Simply fantastic as far as Issac was concerned. “How did you … Continue reading

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Seven Knights

The Mechanism was broken. In the final battle on the high plateau, the seven surviving knights of Order of Illuminators overtook the Guard of the Clockwork Gate, rent those gates asunder, and entered into the very inner sanctum of the … Continue reading

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Robin’s River

There was a river in Robin’s backyard. There hadn’t been one the day before, but that morning, when she woke up, there was a river. It had rained all night. Hard, pounding rain, up until she’d fallen asleep. Lightning too. … Continue reading

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