The Story So Far
- Raiding the Giant’s Horde
- Lord Grimm Of Nivose
- How the ctrl-Left drove me away from American liberalism
- Crossing the sea of dreams
- Cirsova Pre-Orders for 2017
- Getting Around
- New Cirsova Cover Reveal
- New Blog up on Castalia House
- What is “Appendix N” and why should you care?
- What do your dreams do when you are awake?
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I have never owned a Dungeon Masters Guide.
Cirsova magazine now has my short story from Issue #1 up on the website. Source: A Hill of Stars, By Misha Burnett
Recently I ran across this column: “I Lost $6,500 on My Last Book Launch”. Reading both the article and the comments, I was struck once again by how different people use the phrase “self-publishing” to mean different things. What it … Continue reading
Today I went to the St. Charles ComicCon. St. Charles is part of the St. Louis, Missouri metropolitan area, a fairly affluent city probably best known as the home of Francis Dolarhyde from Thomas Harris’ Red Dragon. The event was held … Continue reading
My review of Jack Chalker’s And The Devil Will Drag You Under.
Last summer I published Gingerbread Wolves, the fourth novel in my series The Book Of Lost Doors. After multiple false starts on a fifth novel I realized that it was the final book in that series. I have, quite simply, … Continue reading
This past weekend I went to a science fiction convention. The title of the post isn’t entirely accurate–I was physically present in the hotel where the convention was held. However, despite the stated reason for the convention’s existence, I did … Continue reading