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Bad Dreams and Broken Hearts — A Review

Originally posted on The Eldritch Paths:
Misha Burnett is quickly becoming one of my favorite indie authors. BDaBH is urban fantasy done right, in my opinion, and the urban fantasy we deserve. Props to Misha Burnett for bringing it to…

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Another Trip Into The Mind-Bending Greatness That Is Cha’alt

Originally posted on The Mixed GM:
Cha’alt continues to be a blast. The Black Pyramid continues to be a wild funhouse of a dungeon, each room is something unique and different. If you want to run your players through an…

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One By One, The Cha’alt Sessions Steal My Sanity

Originally posted on The Mixed GM:
Whenever I go into the Sunday night Cha’alt session, I have given up on trying to predict what the players will do. 70% of the session is just me saying, “What? WHAT?!?!” This book,…

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2019 in Review

This past year I published the following stories: UPDATED: I forgot one.  In Duel Visions (February 14th): “The Summer Of Love” 6,400 word short story and “The Blacklight Ballet” 7,600 word novelette (the other three stories, “Black Dog”, “The Silk … Continue reading

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From All Of Us To All Of You A Very Merry Christmas

Duel Visions is on sale from now until New Years day. 2019 saw the publication of two projects that I am very proud of. I pitched Duel Visions to Cirsova at the end of 2018. It was an experiment.  Two … Continue reading

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Cirsova 2020 Lineup

Originally posted on Cirsova:
2020 is going to be huge Spring Return of the Dark Brotherhood, by Adrian Cole Alpdruck!, by Michael Reyes The Golden Pearl, by Jim Breyfogle Lest Darkness Wreck the Stars, by Robert Zoltan Pour Down Like…

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Bad Dreams and Broken Hearts: The Case Files of Erik Rugar by Misha Burnett

Originally posted on Davetopia:
Burnett fuses the possibility of weird fiction with the solidity of crime noir to create a collection that is both a gritty detective story and a baroque urban fantasy. Dracoheim is a human city, but abuts…

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