I’m very pleased to announce that I’ve accepted a position as Managing Editor at Archvillain Games!
The tl;dr of it is that AVG, which makes impressive 3d tabletop miniatures, also creates 5e-compatible modules based around their minis. The modules led to worldbuilding. The worldbuilding led to a partnership with Ed Greenwood, and that led to plans for novels and a setting guide. I’ll be editing and managing the fiction side of the business, going forward. I’m excited to share this world with you, to run some adventures in it for you, and to bring you the richness of its history and peoples.
My D&D Adventurers League Ravenloft adventure has been released with its official title, which means I can now share its official title. Presenting… “Calling Upon the Dead,” in which
“a séance among friends new and old leads the investigation somewhere deeper and darker than ever before. Conjuring the restless spirits of slain adventurers, you rely on them to guide you to the next piece of the puzzle.”
I started my career as an editor at Dragon Moon Press, and I’m thrilled to be returning there as an author. It means a lot to me, to be reprinting my first novel (formerly HELLMAW: OF THE ESSENCE) with my first publisher.
Gwen Gades of Dragon Moon Press designed this gorgeous new cover, and Tamsyn Muir’s blurb has me over the moon!
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.
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.