Sunday, June 23, 2013

A Knight in the Silk Purse: Final Week of the Kickstarter Campaign

Don't take my word for it. Take a look at these raves, and click over to the Kickstarter (currently linked on the right) to fund the sequel to this beautifully illustrated anthology.

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Gen Con 2013 Writers' Symposium Schedule

Here's my Writers' Symposium schedule for Gen Con 2013. I'll add additional events as they're confirmed, but you can expect to see me signing at the Paizo and Privateer exhibits. 

The rest of the time you can probably find me schmoozing or trying out games in the Exhibit Hall, or else hanging out at the Omni lounge, assuming the good bartender is on duty.

08:00                                       Writing 101 (Room 1)
13:00                                       Ancient & Medieval Combat (Room 2)

12:00                                       Government & the Rule of Law (Room 2)
14:00                                       Pitches, Proposals, and Promises (Room 1)

08:00                                       Sharing Worlds (M) (Room 1)
12:00                                       Reading (M) (Room 3)
16:00                                       Hard Fantasy (Room 1)

09:00                                       VIP Panel: Plot Mastery (Room 3)
10:00                                       VIP Panel: Selling Your Novel (Room 3)

15:00                                       Pathfinder Tales Panel

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

A Knight in the Silk Purse

I could tell you how Scott Taylor enticed me to join his star-studded anthology of intriguing fantasy stories and gorgeous artwork, but all you really need is to look at this Kickstarter page.

Art by Janet Aulisio, Jeff Laubenstein, and Todd Lockwood.

Stories by Elaine Cunningham, Julie Czerneda, Lynn Flewelling, Dave Gross, Todd Lockwood, Robert Mancebo, Juliet McKenna, Howard Tayler, R. Scott Taylor, Michael Tousignant, Dan Wells, and Martha Wells.

Go now! Give this project a good first shove this weekend, and let's see how many successive volumes we can line up. And, as always, please spread the word.