Quick update!

Hello! It’s been some months of inactivity here, but I am planning to start posting again soon. No doubt we’re all in strange circumstances, but things are finally settling into some kind of routine.

I’m currently running one tabletop game and playing in two others that are streamed weekly (links and times at the bottom), and streaming otherwise, so my time and energy for writing has been minimal, but I have multiple stories waiting for polish so expect something in the next few weeks!

I hope you’re all doing well and that you’ve found some semblance of stability.

(If streams aren’t your thing, no worries!)

[Streaming schedule]

Tabletop RPGs, Tuesday – Water (a Subnautica-themed survival game. Player; 7 PM MST, 9 PM EST); Saturday – The Void Cavalcade (a Stars Without Number game set in an era of exploration, aliens and strange happenings, with me as GM; 1 PM MST, 3 PM EST); Animus Absentis (a Dark Matter-inspired scifi campaign. Player; 7 PM MST, 9 PM EST). All of these shows are produced and hosted on the Blackfeather Guild’s channel.

Other Streaming: Wednesday & Thursday, ~10-4; Videogames and Worldbuilding. Both are on my Twitch channel.

A Study of Contrasts

I figured i’d start this post at the middle, and spare the future reader my history. Suffice it to say, I write to get ideas out, and this is my tool to facilitate it further. I’ll be posting short stories, typically one-and-a-half to three pages long, and essentially self-contained. I may post some of my longer form works-in-progress from time to time, and even some non-writing content once this is stable.

Most of this is talking to an empty room, except the dialogue will be forever after available to be played back at any time, by any one who enters it. I’ll keep most posts strictly to stories and other projects i’m working on, with occasional sharing of other people’s blogs I find motivating and interesting.

So, in effect, the same as any other blog. Enjoy!

As it is currently just past midnight, I will be uploading one story tonight, then one at least once a week (I reserve the right to post more).