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A weekly compilation of collected microfictions composed by yours truly. If your time is short, these are shorter!Continue Reading →
This painting by Daniel R. Horne premiered as the cover of Dragon Magazine issue 126, which arrived in my mailbox in October of 1987. Thereafter, it would reappear in several other TSR products and advertisements. My thirteen-year-old reaction? “Wow!” Back in the day, Dragon had a excellent track record for Halloween (and April’s Fools) themed... Continue Reading →
A weekly compilation of collected microfictions composed by yours truly. If your time is short, these are shorter! The child hugged her uncle as he surrendered to the changes saving him. Pulling away, she found a girl her own age in his clothes. #1lineWed Dunkle was chubby and Caucasian, Li a thick Chinese girl. The... Continue Reading →
The late Keith Parkinson (1958 – 2005) is a well known name among the many talented fantasy and sci-fi artists of the 1980s and 90s. He did work for Dungeons & Dragons products and many other role-playing games in addition to a prestigious career as a book cover illustrator. This gem was used as the... Continue Reading →
There has been a chain-request going around the internet for months now asking people to list ten books that have stayed with them in some way. They do not have to be great works of literature to be on the list, just books that have affected them in some way. While I wait for more... Continue Reading →