This will be the last blog post made from Casa de Geek, which is the name for our abode in Houston Texas. Yes, we name our living spaces. Our last was a branch of Fort Awesome. We’ve also considered calling this place Barad-dûr just due to the heat. What? My wife and I are geeks.… Continue reading Goodbye Bayou City, Hello Rockies
Between prepping for the move and knocking out commission work, the blog has been on an unintentional hiatus. Mea culpa. But, I really would like it to start housing primo reads for you all again soon. So, here’s some articles you can expect from me on the blog in the next few weeks, and… Continue reading Revving up the blog machine again…
Hey all! Just taking a moment from the schedule of commissions to fund the move to bring your attention to a very special project going on that’s being created by a dear friend. I’ve watched the MagnifiqueNOIR project as it’s developed over the past year or so, and it’s honestly been amazing. It’s a tale that… Continue reading MagnifiqueNOIR
So, per the announcement last night, and now that I’ve heard back from enough of my Patreon supporters, I’m pleased to officially break the news: I am now in indie game development! No joke, no prank. This does mean an end to The AoE, as well as the writing Twitch stream, but you can still… Continue reading Big announcement!!!
Hey all! Just a quickie here to keep you all abreast of what’s going down. First off, I want to say thanks to all of you who read and chimed in on yesterday’s article. It was a deeply personal one, so I’m touched that it had any impact on folks out there. Thanks! ❤ Today,… Continue reading News update
Hi. I’m Xero. See below. Pleasure to meet ya. I think it’s time we had a little chat, because it’s been a long road from there to now. One year and change, in point of fact, since I began a regimen of medication and mindfulness to help me get a handle on both my anxiety… Continue reading The Road Thus Far
Full confession: I get really excited about creative project ideas. I do so particularly when they are associated with things I’ve toyed with making for years. In short, I get a kind of tunnel vision when the green light flashes, and I throw myself at the work without looking at the periphery. That’s bit me in… Continue reading Black Chords Canceled