My latest book, the Book of the Tarrasque is out now at Drive Thru RPG! http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/203923/The-Book-of-the-Tarrasque?term=tarrasque&test_epoch=0 Are You Ready For The World Ender? The Tarrasque, the unkillable challenge of Dungeons and Dragons. Do you have what it takes to fight the monster? Do you have what it takes to run […]
Shapeways did a review of Hero Forge’s current status and linked to a review I did of Hero Forge over on Gnome Stew. Look whose stately 3D model they chose to feature in their first image. Kilts make everything better.
My latest book – Focal Point – is now available for purchase through Drive Thru RPG and Engine Publishing, as well as at your FLGS and Studio 2 Publishing. I was one of three authors (Phil Vecchione and Walt Ciechanowski being the others), and we put Focal Point together as […]
Just under a week ago I got back from an eventful and fun Gencon 2015. While I was there I wore multiple hats, and kilts, while working tech support for the MCG booth, meeting with the line developers for various writing projects I’m working on, and catching up with friends […]
I posted on facebook a few days ago about a bunch of projects I’ve completed recently in my life as a web designer. Things I’ve created that have been keeping me busy these last few months, and thus really bad about keeping up with communicating with people. – http://koboldpress.com (Site […]
A while back a client, by which I mean every client I’ve ever had with a woocommerce store on their site, asked me if they can search through their orders to find all orders that contain a certain item. As my introduction to Woocommerce was a little over a year […]
Well, I’ve done it. Finally got off of my lazy, kilted back-side and redid my website. I went through a process to get here, trying out one theme, then trying another and dismissing it once I got content up. Sometimes, the arduous process is important. It helps you hone down […]
Hey Silvervine Fans,
Quick update to let you know that Rick Shantery and I will be running Silvervine at Enter The Imaginarium down in Louisville, Kentucky on September 19th to 21st.
The schedule will be jam packed with Silvervine and there will be plenty of pickup games going on there as well. Additionally, I’ll be on some panels about gaming and dishing out some awesome advice to help you with your games. Here is the relevant info:
Due to some strange circumstances and interesting conversations with Ken Spencer, I got put into the Blood Red Mars supplement for the Rocket Age game. As in me, actual me and not something of my design. My only requirement was that I be kilted, so John Arcadian, Space Explorer In […]
I’ve moved twice in the last year, and before I settle down for a while I’ll probably move twice more in the next year. I’ve also got a fair amount of books – gaming books, graphic novels, old textbooks, novels, and even a bunch of boardgames of various sizes. These things are all a frigging pain to move around. I’ve got some bookcases, and I’ve built more than my fair share of cinder block bookshelves, but I have always wanted something more modular that I can just grab and move when my space changes or I decide to rearrange my office. Something that I could section different types of books into so that I could expand or reduce sections as my book collections shift over the years.