This week’s Notable and Quotable comes from our gaming group. For those that don’t know, we have a weekly pen & paper RPG that we host which can be the source of some interesting comments. Below are just a few;
“On a scale of ship to warehouse, how flammable is it?” (there had been a number of attempted, and failed, arsons up to this point.)
“I like that idea! It’s not a good idea. But I like it!”
And finally, from one player character orc to another, “I know you want to question them, but can I eat them first?”
I hope this week’s newsletter finds you all well. Big news, Fires that Forge (Book I of the Lords of Order and Chaos Series) was a HUGE hit last week as it hit #1 in Amazon’s Fantasy Sword and Sorcery Category, Dark Fantasy Category, and Dragons & Mythical Creatures Category! It would not have been possible without your support! Thank you all! If you’re looking for a starter into the Bloodlines Reforged Saga, Fires that Forge and/or Roland’s Path are the starting blocks. The complete first trilogies of both are available on Amazon and can be found here; Heirs of Vanity and Lords of Order & Chaos. Please consider leaving us a review on Amazon. Thanks!
I also need to let you know about Write Like Hell, an anthology. Twelve tales of monstrous beings, twelve different approaches. Write Like Hell: Kaiju is an anthology of stories focused on terrifying creatures, and the humans who must face them. From Viking sagas, to sci-fi thrillers, you’ll find a host of imaginative and compelling fiction within these pages.
This week’s bundle is the Magic May Giveaway! You’ll find a whole host of FREE fantasy tales available for download there.
On the home front, we’re going to begin creating a few videos of me reading segments of Roland’s Path and Fires that Forge which can be found on our Facebook page here; Facebook Bloodlines. I’ve also begun work in earnest on Stalking Shadows, Book IV of the Lords of Order and Chaos Series. We also have three confirmed sets of kittens born to our barn cats. They are difficult to spot, and even more difficult to snap a picture of.
Here’s hoping you’re all surviving the Big Q and adjusting to the huge changes we’re all facing right now. Let me know how you’re doing. Feel free to drop me a line at email@example.com with word of how you’re doing, questions about our tales, or comments about the story.
Until next time, ‘Crush your Enemies!’