Sunday, September 20, 2009

WindBlown Reviewed

The first review (that I know of) for WindBlown, at Paranormal Romance Reviews: Windblown is unlike any other book I have ever read...

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Thanks, Melissa. You might be happy to know you'll get your wish. I've got more in store for these three.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Copper Age Magic - September 12

Copper Age

What is this, you ask? It's my friend Bryn's new venture. Along with her partner in comicdom, Tom Brown, she's launching a new world full of wonder and tenticles, and they'll be talking and blogging and all about it all weekend. Click on the poster to the left and go see what it's all about.

Copper Age is a creative enterprise focused on comics but also producing art, stories, music, video, and pretty much anything else that seems like a good idea at the time. The Copper Age, historically speaking, came before the Iron Age we now live in. Copper is not as good a metal for killing people as iron, but you can make nice body decorations out of it. So that’s Copper Age - Awen touched, tree hugging, in love with folklore and mythology, and far too fond of tentacles to be healthy. launches with The Blind Fisherman – a tale which started life as a series of pictures and later had words attached to it. It’s a small story arc, and not quite traditional comic form. There are sea monsters, demented occultists, and other strangeness. After this comes Personal Demons – which is more like a conventional comic and begins with the witch Annamarie Nightshade visiting a gothic house, and finding something entirely unexpected.

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