Swashbuckling sorcery is the name of the game! Well, actually, 7th Sea is the name, and the next sourcebook, the Crescent Empire, features a chapter entitled the “8th Sea,” written by yours truly. Most of the 7th Sea is set in Theah, inspired by Europe, while the Crescent Empire expands the 7th Sea to encompass exciting new territories. Learn about heroes, intrigue, ancient beasts, and more in the largest expansion yet. Enjoy the hard cover (see below) or pick up a pdf of the sourcebook along with the rest of the 7th Sea titles over at DrivethruRPG. See you there! 😉
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Bucket list item, checked off! I’ve always wanted to write something in French, but was a bit hampered by the fact my French is far from fluent. Enter comics to save the day! A call for heroic fantasy submissions from quarterly anthology Ganesha made my dream possible. In Ganesha #17, my story joins a host of other French fantasy stories involving everything from elves and wizards to Asian-inspired fantasy.
My story, “Petit Héros,” follows the adventure of an apprentice tanner on an errand in a fantasy version of medieval Paris. Martin van der Schuijt and Femke Schaars lent their art to the tale. If you’re interested and ready for a collection of other French stories, you can order the comic or subscribe to Ganesha at 92bulles.fr, or pick up a copy at one of the participating stores in France.
If you’re feeling a little low in the fantasy department, fuel up with the Red Bandit, my short story published today from Hell Creek Sanitarium. A librarian’s quiet night in the state library turns upside down when a man takes her captive, intent on stealing a magical tome, even if he has to burn down the entire library along with her. If you enjoy fantasy, action, romance, and a lot of books, check it out at Drivethrufiction or Paizo. Kindle and other versions will be available “soon.”
However, if you’re more of a fan of general speculative fiction, why not sponsor me or one of the writers for the Clarion West Write-a-thon. Using PayPal, you can give as little or as much as you wish, and the money goes toward Clarion West, a non-profit dedicated to furthering speculative fiction.
Are you doing the write-a-thon this year? Feel free to share your link, too!