A couple of nights back, Katy drew my attention to an excellent meme on her social media timeline that really struck a chord with me. It was pretty rad, because it simply proved out that great inspiration can come from anywhere, provided you’re willing to latch onto it. Now, I won’t spoil the meme because… Continue reading Inspiration via meme
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So, there’s no point in tip-toeing around it. Best to make like a band-aid, and pull it off quickly. The PIPS RPG project is shelved in perpetuity. Now, I know how this looks. I’m not tone-deaf to the timing. This looks like yet another ambitious thing on my part that went by the wayside. And,… Continue reading PIPS is gone, but not dead.
The experiment continues, and last night I let the audience have more free rein over the tale’s creation, including the genre. As always, they were hilarious, and it was my honor to funnel their ideas into the narrative. Here’s what they came up with for the structure: Genre: Post Apocalyptic Fantasy/Sci-Fi w/ a touch of… Continue reading Xero Should Be Writing Episode 2!
So! As some of you may not know, I began a grand experiment last night. This was spurred on by a friend who had recently had the opportunity to speak with a community manager for Twitch, and who had in turn told me about the fact that there simply isn’t a strong writing presence on… Continue reading Xero Should Be Writing episode 1!
Black Chords is a bi-weekly Noir/Horror serial, set in an alternate 1940’s Los Angeles. Case file 1: Stranger Times Los Angeles is many unkind things, but that’s only if you’ve got functioning eyes in your skull. If you’re a doe-eyed townie off the bus, or just plain stupid, you don’t have them. Believe me. All… Continue reading Black Chords – Issue 1