Cannibal cavemen. Demon-possessed bears. Outrageous wizard duels. Hobos on magical flying horses. It’s the end of the world all over again, and the stakes have never been higher. Thomas Grey and friends have been through hell, have seen and done amazing things, but nothing could have prepared them for their latest and greatest (worstest?) misadventure. … Continue reading Sacred Engines – Coming Soon
The Central Valley Sentinel One sleepy valley town can rest more soundly with its citizens finally able to return home after the tragic military testing blunder that reduced much of it to rubble. No new comments were made or explanations given, but the base’s commanding officer did reiterate their regret, concern, and sympathies for … Continue reading Sacred Engines – Chapter One
Lately I've been entertaining the idea of a fully colorized digital deluxe edition of the Grey Days trilogy, once Sacred Engines is complete. With that in mind, I took some colors to the amazing pieces done for Darkweird by Geo and Meagan.
Darkweird is here. The Weirdpocalypse has happened. But if you're here, you probably already knew that. So what comes next in the tragicomic supernatural misadventures of Thomas and friends? Where will the road into the strange unknown lead them? Luckily for you folks playing along at home, those answers will be readily available in the … Continue reading The Inevitable Conclusion
It's been one week since Darkweird finally entered the world. To be honest, it feels like it's been a whole heck of a lot longer. Vast epochs of time. I won't even bother to link to it here. If it's something you're interested in, it's not too hard to find if you know how to … Continue reading The Bleeding Heart of Oblivion
I've mentioned before, probably a few times, how important art is to me and especially how important it is in my writing. My first book, Red Sky Blues, contains art by the singularly talented Will Kirkby. The pieces he did for it really bring the book to life. I'm consistently stunned and amazed by the … Continue reading The Art of the Weirdpocalypse