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The genesis of a book cover – Blaise Maximillian: Emancipation REVEAL!


Due to attending local sci-fi events, I got talking to the wonderful and talented Marc Ducrow. I helped him out with some contacts and we kept talking over Facebook (such a wonderful tool). Then, when I was looking for a cover artist for Blaise Maximillian: Emancipation¬†I asked him if he’d be able to take my … Continue reading

The Jade Suit of Death – by Josh Reynolds


Charles St. Cyprian is a royally appointed wizard, with an acerbic apprentice who prefers percussive conflict management to Charle’s more oral version. Together they find themselves battling demons, a lost Chinese antiquity, and their fellow man. Set in the 1920s, this is a rip-roaring jape of an adventure where fags, tea, bullets, kukhris and magic … Continue reading

Viking Venison Recipe


This looks amazing and is the work of an archeological chef who wants to bring Viking cuisine back to life. Granted, they didn’t have potatoes then, but I’m betting that this would be amazing with roasted potatoes. VENISON WITH MEAD AND MUSHROOMS One venison filet Four slices of mature ham or good bacon 250g butter … Continue reading

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