Thoughts about writing my books versus publishing them

Hello, readers! Yes, I know what day it is. I will honor April Fools’ by refusing to give a damn, and posting something serious on April Fools’ anyway. So… no use dancing around this. I’ve been kind of a shitty person about trying to get people to buy my books in the past. At least, […]

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New Lore: Outer Devils and Urungeiste

Hello, readers! You’ll be able to locate these pages at any time from the Twin Spirals Setting Bible, but for now I wanted to make sure I called your attention to the goods: I’ve added a couple of articles (originally written on Twitter because I enjoy how the format inspires me to change my approach […]

oh Lady Lambent– a poem

bear me to glorybare me to sinbear me to firebereave me of kin show me the ripplesof stones yet unthrownshow me the madnesswhere I can’t atoneshow me the pyreshow me the horrorshow me the lustand dread, my restorer guide me by radianceon hellfire nightsveil me by umbrafrom heaven’s cruel lightdevilry’s virtueand sainthood’s profaneand devilry’s maliceand […]

Unlit Branches — A Poem

All the unlit branches of many a treeboiled up from the oceans under old Galileeand all the inverse towersof all the haughty kingswere broken on the backsof the ancient angels’ ringsThe songs of revelation soared up high past all the starspast the zenithpast the nadirpast the broken gates ajar Ripples reached the non-ears of the […]

Collected Tales of Machrae Diir #2

Hello, readers! Here’s the second collection of short stories originally published under my secret special Twitter account at Ashenvein Gate. I did say that if I did any further writing during the holiday season, you would not find out about it until the New Year, yes? As for the first post of the day, which […]

Sword of the Outsider Now Available on Kindle

So, I’m not going to sugarcoat this: this is pretty humbling for an author who, a couple of years ago, took a strong moral stance against selling through Amazon. But, well… that was before the pandemic. Do I think the company’s improved meaningfully? Well, no. It’s just that, as far as I can tell, I’m […]