The Left’s War on Right-Wing Indie Creators Escalates… Again

Well, it’s happened once again. A right-wing author deplatformed due to the actions of the Left, in a clear attempt to hurt his career. This isn’t the first such occurrence for Jon Del Arroz, the #1 bestselling leading Hispanic voice in science fiction, but it deserves no less attention. (Full disclosure, I am friends withContinue reading “The Left’s War on Right-Wing Indie Creators Escalates… Again”

Let’s Talk Girls Und Panzer: Episode 3

And we’re back! Apologies for it being later than planned; I again underestimated how much extra time taking all the necessary screenshots would require lol. Episode 3 is another busy one, our final episode of setup before we start getting what everyone wants: One tank battle after another. Episode 3 “Fighting A Match!” picks upContinue reading “Let’s Talk Girls Und Panzer: Episode 3”

Support Indie Fantasy Films, Too!

I mostly talk about books here, for obvious reasons, but there is also an decent indie sci-fi and fantasy film scene. Over the years, I’ve helped support a few via crowdfund, mostly by Arrowstorm Entertainment, who succeeded enough to get a CW fantasy show, The Outpost, which just got renewed for a third season. Today, however,Continue reading “Support Indie Fantasy Films, Too!”

Let’s Talk Girls Und Panzer: Episode 2

Now let’s get into episode 2: “Getting in the Tank!” Upon rewatching, I was reminded of just how much they managed to pack into this episode; it felt longer than 24 minutes, but in a good way. Once again, Girls Und Panzer demonstrates how to make good use of limited time. This episode picks upContinue reading “Let’s Talk Girls Und Panzer: Episode 2”

Character Development is Overrated

What is this heresy, you might be asking? Everyone always says character development is so important in stories! Well, it’s not quite so simple as that. I’ve thought a bit about this for a while now, but after seeing 1917 this week and watching a few reviews of it, I decided to actually write this. See,Continue reading “Character Development is Overrated”

New Year, New Ways To Support Great Indie Fiction

So, thanks to the success of the An Ancient Stirring kickstarter almost two weeks ago, this year has gotten off to a great start for me. However, there is still a ways to go for me to reach my goal of being able to work on my writing full time. Toward that end, I have no openedContinue reading “New Year, New Ways To Support Great Indie Fiction”

Let’s Talk Girls Und Panzer: Intro & Episode 1

So, let’s talk about a little anime series that’s occupied a good deal of my attention for the last two months or so—and if you follow me on twitter, you’d likely have seen any one of a number of my posts about it: Girls Und Panzer. The latest entry in my anime renaissance, I came uponContinue reading “Let’s Talk Girls Und Panzer: Intro & Episode 1”

2020 Beckons!

Happy New Year, everyone! Hope you enjoyed any celebrations you attended, and I hope the new year–and decade–has gotten off to a great start! So last week, I released my sum-up of my 2019, focusing on writing related stuff but touching on other personal developments as well. Now, about a week into the new year–andContinue reading “2020 Beckons!”

2019 In review

Well it’s just about time to flip the calendar, as it were, to 2020, so let’s do a quick recap of my 2019. I think I can fairly safely say that it was, if not my best year ever, it was certainly my most productive. Way back in the end of January, I release A ShiftingContinue reading “2019 In review”

An Ancient Stirring Live on Kickstarter!

I am pleased to announce that the campaign for Galaxy Ascendant book 6, An Ancient Stirring, is now live on Kickstarter! As is obvious, this is a campaign to cover the production costs (art, editing, etc) for the book. Additionally, this time I have something else you can help fund, namely a series of specialContinue reading “An Ancient Stirring Live on Kickstarter!”