Category Archives: Pathfinder

Channa Ti

A couple of weeks ago I posted about black characters in heroic fantasy–not only their scarcity, but how these characters are depicted on the covers of fantasy novels. Art for graphic novels, RPG, video games, and card games seems to … Continue reading

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Pathfinder Tales in French translation

I learned this morning that Winter Witch, a Pathfinder Tales novel written with Dave Gross, is available in French translation. Here’s a link to the info page on the Black Book Editions website.  So far they have the first three … Continue reading

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A property of light

Heart of Stone, by C.E. Murphy, is a well written, entertaining urban fantasy novel with a gorgeous cover.  The protagonist is depicted on this cover, but I was several chapters in before I realized she was black. (By the way, … Continue reading

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In Faerie Light

Zombie Sky Press is producing a 6-part RPG adventure (Pathfinder compatible) called The Faerie Ring that invites players to explore the dark side of the fey. This, in my opinion, is a Very Good Thing. During the Victorian era fairies came … Continue reading

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New book info page: Winter Witch

Gathering links for Winter Witch was a quick and easy process, thanks to the excellent Paizo Publishing website.  Links provided on Paizo’s page for this novel make it easy to purchase the paperback and ebook, read a sample chapter, and … Continue reading

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Geek.Kon

I’ll be in Madison, Wisconsin this weekend as a guest of Geek.Kon.  Here’s my schedule: FRIDAY: 1:00pm-2:00pm – Writing for Shared Worlds 2:00pm-3:00pm – Creating Enduring Characters 5:00pm-5:30pm – Opening Ceremonies 8:00pm-10:00pm – Gaming with the Guests Event SATURDAY: 11:00am-12:00pm … Continue reading

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