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Writing for the Black Library – Think you’ve got what it takes?


Writing for the Black Library is a dream for many fans of the Games Workshop universes set in Warhammer Fantasy and Warhammer 40k. Its fans are legion and dedicated, and the universes are packed with ideas that have people salivating as they line up to buy the next Sarah Cawkwell, David Guymer or Dan Abnett book. Some … Continue reading

Females finally get their chance to fight on the front line with the Imperial Guard


Women have traditionally been handled poorly when it comes to portraying them as warriors. No matter the artist, the game, the TV programme there is a problem and the problem is, that they all have tits. Not demure boobs, big strapping tits. Even when they’re wearing armour. That, or they have amazingly toned stomachs bared … Continue reading

The problem with writing short stories …


is that every time I write one, I come up with the potential for a new world. I love worlds, this world and all the other worlds that people make up. I loved Shadowrun because it was such an amazing world. Cyberpunk & fantasy merged into a world that is ruled by Corporations, with some very … Continue reading

Fighting Fantasy – The 30th Anniversary; An interview with Jonathan Green


For those of you not familiar with Jonathan Green, he is an author who has an extensive catalog, and who is an expert on Christmas no less. Even more interesting is that if you type his name into google, as the search suggestions are coming up ‘Jonathan Green Execution’ is one of the suggestions. As … Continue reading

Valkyrie Quebec One Niner – Down to earth


The first thing that Mail heard was muted screaming and cries for help. He shook his head and cried out as a headache exploded in his skull with all the fury of the Emperors Wrath. ‘Fugging bastard hell’ he reached up and cradled his head with both hands. Carefully he flipped his darkened visor down … Continue reading

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