A friend of Jenny and myself has expressed some concern that some rather serious negative entity attention might become directed at her or her home. Based on a few of the more eerie testimonials she’s shared it’s a concern that likely warranted, and so Jenny and I hit the local occult shop (Turning Wheel) and put together a little care package for her…
So today (and it being a New Moon and all) I sent out to my editor the finished first draft script for my story “Iceland’s Last Yule/First Christmas”… which ended up taking the Yule Lad folklore, and using it as a vehicle to be one big love letter to Viking culture, Icelandic history and sagas, Norse mythology, comparative religion, dark fantasy, and of course all things magick.
I’m very pleased to announce (at long last) my graphic novel Serial Artist is finally now also available on the ComiXology platform. Sink or swim, love it or hate it, in this venue Serial Artist can finally be “cast in amber” and set on the shelf for all time.
The idea behind this scenario was to use the Adventure Hook show as a platform for a sort of predictive programming… and through the lens of an RPG campaign world that was comprised of all of the most bizarre conspiracy theories ever claimed… manage to demonstrate how all of them still logically connect.
This week I was also pleased to be invited to GM a game at the RPG Baltimore gaming convention being held next weekend. I’ve been teasing Jenny about running a session for her concerning her character’s initiation into the Cult of the Spire, and so the one-shot I’m putting together will play through that very scenario, but with the help of other thinking players driving it (which will feel way more authentic for what that stuff is all about).
We’ll actually see two New Moons before this month is out, and today even boasted a solar eclipse (albeit in South America). This month of darkness promises the chance to hit the reset button on everything… which isn’t necessarily a good thing… but perhaps a necessary one.
I have weathered what I must, have trudged ever onward through the storms in my path, and this week I began to notice some clear signs of relief. Which naturally is aRead More…