I’ve got an AMA going with fellow ReMade Authors @firstname.lastname@example.org and @Gwenda@twitter.com! Stop by and chat? :D https://www.reddit.com/r/books/comments/7hr39x/we_write_the_serialized_science_fiction_story/?st=JATVZQJ3&sh=eacf9adb
I discuss my favorite under-read fantasy books of the 2010s (fourth and final post in my "Readers of the Lost Arc" series on Lady Business blog):
Oreo the Dog is in surgery and I am fretting. There's not really any particular reason to fret, but here we are. Keeping fingers crossed he comes back to us on the mend so he can have a happier long rest of his life.
Some expanded thoughts about the RPG Blades in the Dark. http://michaelrunderwood.com/2017/12/05/wherin-i-heap-love-upon-blades-in-the-dark/
Today on my blog, some thoughts on UBI, Work, Purpose, and the Worth of Human Life http://michaelrunderwood.com/2017/12/04/ubi-work-purpose-and-the-worth-of-human-life/
Saving the world, one dog at a time https://www.kameronhurley.com/saving-world-one-dog-time/ https://mastodon.social/media/lh3QVHrtIs9weAvjm2g
Wrote up some thoughts about my last few weeks on Mastodon! And now I'm tooting about it! http://gregpak.com/mastodon-monday-some-thoughts-on-the-new-social-network/
Magik leaping epically over the X-Men to attack with her sword is a panel created specifically delight me.
Weekend boost for my blog post about the action economy in tactical #games (including #D&D #XCom) http://michaelrunderwood.com/2017/11/13/giant-spiders-the-action-economy-and-your-game/
Light Punisher Ep. 1 spoilers
Meg and I watched the first episode of #ThePunisher last night.
I enjoyed it more than I expected, though it's hard for me to see heavily armed angry white men as anything other than a hate-informed mass shooting waiting to happen these days.
We've officially joined the Mastodon union. So who are we?
We're at http://www.skiffyandfanty.com!
Drip = Kickstarter's answer to Patreon: https://d.rip/
I've been expecting this ever since Kickstarter bought Drip 1.0 a while back.
Given that I see a lot of #artists here, I hope to see this UI eventually move toward displaying that art in a big, bold way. (Was one of the few nice things about Ello, and is nice about Twitter now and Tumblr.) The Internet is made of both text and images, so to see both displayed BIG BIG BIG AND LARGE would be nice.
I created Genrenauts as a way of exploring my thoughts about genre conventions and why we tell stories the way we do.
It's like Leverage meets Planetary, and you might enjoy it. Try it out for free here: