Look at this gorgeous poster! I am so excited to be writing for Ravenloft, and in such esteemed company. I can’t wait to share this epic series of adventures with you!
I’m excited to announce that Dungeons and Dragons Adventurers League has invited me back to write another roleplaying adventure. I’ll be penning Part 11 of 12, coming to the Dungeon Masters Guild in January 2022.
What’s this all about? Click to discover some mysterious hints on the official D&D Blog.
I can’t tell you much at this point, but here are some things I can confirm about my adventure:
- It will have pages.
- It will be available at the Dungeon Masters Guild (where you can currently find my adventure Forge of Fangs).
- It may contain maps and/or sidebars, and/or stat blocks.
- It is currently SHROUDED IN SECRECY.
I think that’s all I can safely reveal! But more info will appear here as secrets emerge from the mists. Stay tuned!
I’m thrilled to announce that I’m now the Submissions Manager for THE OVERCAST, a podcast featuring “breathtaking speculative fiction from the Pacific Northwest and Beyond.” I’m leading a team of submissions readers to assist founder J.S. Arquin in discovering great stories to share with all of you.
Stop by and check it out at
And learn how to support The Overcast at https://www.patreon.com/overcast.
A beautiful new review of HEARTS ARE JERKS today from writer Deborah J. Ross!
In an unexpected plot twist, I’m now a licensed Life and Health Insurance Agent in the state of California. I’m doing this to help people, but please don’t think I’m giving up on writing and editing; on the contrary, I’m helping people while helping to fund future anthologies!
Writing-wise, I have a couple of short stories out on submission. I think one of them has passed the first-reader stage. I’m also still working on the rewrite of OF THE ESSENCE, which ended up on pause because *gestures vaguely at everything*.
Meanwhile, HEARTS ARE JERKS is starting to garner attention and some great Amazon reviews, though it could always use some more. It’s hard to believe it’s still the year in which that book came out. A lot has happened between February and now.
Gaming with Sigil Spotlight is on hold, but I’ll announce it here when it resumes. All the existing episodes are available on the “Sigil Spotlight” channel on YouTube.
Hope you’re all keeping safe and busy out there!
Edit: This game is now up on YouTube and you can watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xkVWLCK88a4
Tune in to the Sigil Entertainment Twitch Channel (https://www.twitch.tv/sigil_entertainment) this THURSDAY (May 28, 2020) at 7PM Eastern / 4PM Pacific. We’ll be playing CLOCKWORK RUN, a D&D 5e adventure I wrote specifically for Sigil Spotlight.
(Readers of GEARS OF FAITH might recognize a few characters and settings.)
Eugene Marshall of Arcanist Press will DM, and I’ll be playing. I hope to see you there! If you miss it, it’ll be up on Sigil Entertainment’s YouTube channel, just click this link!
I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be appearing in weekly streaming tabletop roleplaying games on Twitch. Introducing Sigil Spotlight — a program that spotlights TTRPG content creators, playing each others’ creations, brought to you by a collaboration between Sigil Entertainment and Arcanist Press.
My stream will air Thursdays at 7pm Eastern, 4pm Pacific, on the Sigil Entertainment Twitch Stream. Join us on Thursday, April 16 for some D&D 5th Edition, meet some great, creative game creators, and have some fun! We’ve got a lot of exciting adventures coming up.
If you can’t join us live, the games will be archived at this link: Sigil Entertainment’s YouTube Channel.
Paizo.com is having a big sale right now, and GEARS OF FAITH is included. If you’ve been wanting to check out this book, you can currently get the $14.99 paperback for just $3.75!
“Keren is a sworn knight of Iomedae, proper and disciplined in every way. Her partner, Zae, is the opposite—a curious gnome priestess of the clockwork goddess, who loves nothing more than the chaos of her makeshift hospitals. When a powerful evil artifact is stolen from a crusader stronghold, both knight and gnome are sent to the great city of Absalom and immediately drawn into the clandestine search for the stolen Bloodstone. Sure, they may not be the most powerful or experienced members of their organizations, but that’s the whole point—with legendary champions and undead graveknights battling in their race to recover the stone, who’ll notice one young knight and a gnome healer? All they have to do is stay alive long enough to outsmart a thief capable of evading both gods and heroes. No big deal, right?
From author Gabrielle Harbowy comes a novel of love, faith, and undead espionage, set in the award-winning world of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.”
My book is finally here, and it is beautiful. I’ve been waiting a long time for this, and I know some of you have, too!
There is a lack of polyamory-positive books for teens on the shelves today, and HEARTS ARE JERKS addresses that.
Sixteen-year-old Alicía Diaz’s parents have been in a stable, nurturing polyamorous relationship all her life, so and dating both a boy and a girl in high school doesn’t seem like a big deal to her.
When Allie crashes the car during an impromptu driving lesson, there’ll be no more driving for her until it’s paid in full. Her love life crashes next: she finds out her girlfriend is moving away, and that she told her new boyfriend before telling Allie.
She’s determined to handle it all on her own, but then other kids start harassing her to the point of threatening her summer job – the one she really needs to pay off her accident. Allie doesn’t know how she’s going to make everything work. But she knows she has to stay true to herself.
Available soon on Amazon in paperback and ebook. Also coming soon to other retailers.
Those of you who have been waiting a long time for HEARTS ARE JERKS won’t have to wait much longer. I returned first proofs to my layout genius today, and we’re working on back cover copy now.
The cover reveal will happen soon, here first. Then it’ll be available on Amazon in print and ebook, and it’ll spread from there. As soon as it’s ready, we’ll get the Goodreads page set up, too.