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What The Sun Sees

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Lit RPG — New Genre, New Ideas

Public Post! The idea foun­tain nev­er stops run­ning. Sometimes it’s a trick­le, oth­ers it’s a full-blast fire hose, but it’s always drop­ping thoughts into my lap and I have to set them aside or I’d nev­er fin­ish any­thing! Recently, the genre of Lit RPG (lit­er­a­ture role play­ing games) has tak­en off and I’ve been read­ing some new work.…

As Life Goes

Public Post! We’ve just dec­o­rat­ed for Halloween here in the Veldura house. We have glow­ing cat eyes in the office win­dow, a spi­der­web door­way, a haunt­ed train on the bar (and the Hogwarts Lego train, too). There are signs out front that say Trick Or Treat and Welcome Foolish Mortals. We also have a haunt­ed wreath on the…

Art Update

Public Post! Finally some news you art-tier mem­bers are going to be thrilled to hear! I have start­ed to make reg­u­lar, sched­uled art time a pri­or­i­ty in my week, which means both new art to show you and the pos­si­bil­i­ty of prints or oth­er merch.  I have a great desk­top and touch­screen mon­i­tor (A Cintiq by Wacom). Two…

Demons 002

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Patreon Fees And You

TL;DR: Patron is price-goug­ing you and keep­ing the cash. I’m against this, obvi­ous­ly. Read my 2nd update below for details.Welp, this came out of nowhere. You may have heard by now, but in case you haven’t, Patreon is alter­ing how they charge the trans­ac­tion fees for patrons (you) and cre­ators (me) in order to pro­vide…

Wild Untouched (Tidewater #4)

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Vacation Report and Mental Health Update

Happy turkey day to all of you who cel­e­brate! I spent mine with fam­i­ly in Loreto, Mexico. You may have seen me talk about my par­ents on Twitter now and then. They live on a wood­en sail boat called a tyan­na and they cir­cle the Sea of Cortez (that’s between Mexico and Baja) through­out the year, fol­low­ing the…

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