Monthly Archives: August - 2013
Yes, right away I’m going to start by offering a link. This Kickstarter is just about 2/3 of the way to its final goal, and it’s something that’s pretty damn cool.
The summary is basically this: Authors with twisted minds and fun stories want to share those stories. This is your chance to help make it happen.
Richard Pett is (or at least should be) well known for his work on Pathfinder’s more ghoulishly twisted adventures, and I’ve had the opportunity to read his fiction. It’s good. In fact, it’s damn good. So damn good that I wrote a blurb for it:
If you’re familiar with the work of Richard Pett, then you know that he’s a master of the macabre and a painter of unearthly horrors. “Crooked” follows in the vein (and I use that word advisedly) of his other efforts, and it’s a stunningly cool book. If you’re not familiar with his work, you should be… and “Crooked” is a great place to start.
Then there’s a dark fantasy anthology featuring authors such as Jennifer Brozek, James L. Sutter, Elaine Cunningham, Erin Hoffman, Shanna Germain, Cat Rambo, Jeffrey Scott Petersen, Christie Yant, Lillian Cohen-Moore, Torah Cottrill, Erik Scott de Bie, Andrew Romine, Ed Greenwood, Amber E. Scott, Jaym Gates, Nathan Crowder, Julia Ellingboe, Minerva Zimmerman, and Dave Gross! (I totally copied those names from the Kickstarter page)
Seriously, what more could you want? Pledge three bucks and you get some stories free, right away.
I’m totally in. You should be too.