Monthly Archives: September 2014

Nightmares and Dreams

ShareTweet William moved up to the preschool class last week, which still feels kind of weird to say. While he is very clearly enjoying it tremendously, it is also obvious to us that it has been a more stressful change … Continue reading

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Almosting

ShareTweet Awhile back on the Onyx Path blog Rich told fans that projects were “almosting,” by which he meant he had tons exciting news to share…in a week or two. A bunch of cool supplements were almost ready to be … Continue reading

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Natural Philosophy and Fireside

ShareTweet I don’t have any writing-related stuff that I can talk about this week, so how about a bit about what I’ve been reading? I finished Neal Stephenson’s Quicksilver, the first book of his Baroque Cycle. This was my second … Continue reading

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Technothugs, Misogyny, and #GamerGate

ShareTweet Many years ago now, the Internet brought a terrible tabletop RPG to my attention. It was a complete mess of a fantasy game. I can’t in good conscience call it a fantasy heartbreaker because there was absolutely nothing to … Continue reading

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Post-Apocalyptic Space Opera

ShareTweet We finished watching the second season of Defiance last night. Tons of spoilers ahead. I’m not even going to try to beat around the bush about them this time. I must say this show has really grown since its … Continue reading

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